Photo Feature: Natasha Baker
Several senior journalism majors were assigned to spend some one-on-one time with a UD faculty or staff member to capture a profile feature. Check out other photo feature stories here.
Photos by Zoë Hill | News Editor
Baker walked into her new office on her first day teaching at the University of Dayton to find a pin of Frenchman Joseph Ducreux laying in the middle of her desk.
She has no idea who left the pin that reads “Disregard government, acquire liberty,” but she has held on to it for years.
Hanging in frames above her desk are six of Baker’s greatest achievements: her three diplomas and her three children. She’s a Sinclair graduate and a two-time UD graduate.
Baker has a crude coffee mug for every day of the week, but the story of the blue one comes with a story about an exhausting employee retreat in the middle of the woods.
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