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tomy Ana dent a stu of Making the tough calls Antonio enjoys the competition of intramurals, especially the values they offer, such as wellness and sportsmanship. As a coordinator for Baker's popular intramurals program, Antonio isn't afraid to grab a whistle to make the tough calls on the basketball court as an official. Dream job Connected Besides maintaining his coursework, Antonio enjoys participating in various campus activities. He is the public relations executive for Mungano, an editor for the Baker Orange and intramural coordinator. As an officer for Mungano, Antonio is responsible for promoting cultural awareness and diversity events. The organization's popular annual activities include an alumni tailgate, summer student meet and greet and candelight vigil. photo by earl richardson Antonio has a dream job in mind: "I would love to be a sports analyst for ESPN." Being a key contributor to KNBU-FM The Edge, and an assistant sports editor at the Baker Orange, he has developed the essential skills to reach his ultimate goal. Antonio Adgers' older sister, JaNay, knew best. While returning home to Kansas City, Mo., she often told her brother about the benefits of attending Baker University. She thought her brother would shine receiving personal attention from faculty. "I was sold on Baker because of the positive experiences she had and the small class sizes," he says. Set to graduate in May, Antonio is on the sports communication track in the mass media major. He had several hands-on opportunities on the Baldwin City campus to work in online student media, known to create award-winning productions.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Baker Proud Spring 2015

Campus News
Alumni Faculty
Thirst for Knowledge
Mungano Momentum
Alumni Notes
Finding His Calling
Let Thy Praises Ring
Vietnam Documentary
Alumni Weekend
Prison Fellowship
Anatomy of a Student
100th Doctoral Graduate
Sports Highlights
Event Calendar

Baker Proud Spring 2015