Editor Sarah Baker upcycles an old picture frame into a decorative tray.
The common reading book for fall 2017 Salon classes will be “Deep Economy: The Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future” by Bill McKibben.
Staff Writer Tyler Cawley explains how to make scrambled eggs like a pro.
The cast and crew of Baker University’s spring musical production have been busy rehearsing the witty antics of "Ernest in Love" for the Rice Auditorium stage. Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and at 2 p.m. on Sunday.
The Holt-Russell Gallery is currently hosting the Santa Fe Real exhibit, which features work from three realist painters. The exhibit will run through March 24.
Assistant Editor Brenna Thompson dives into the world of guilty pleasures. How many hobbies and habits have become such an integral part of students' routines that they can’t imagine life without them?
Staff writer Abie Roorda reviews the sequel "Fifty Shades Darker," which tells the ongoing love story of Anastasia and Christian.
Need a quick and easy food dish for a party? Assistant Editor Mykaela Cross has a fun-fetti recipe for you.
The Salt Mine at 301 Ames Street is a small haven where students and townspeople unite to consume alcohol, play pool and act as disc jockeys for the night.