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Dinner train replicates rail history

With entertainment options including a Saturday night murder mystery show or a relaxed Sunday melodrama, the Kansas Belle Dinner train offers riders the unusual chance of a glimpse into the luxurious 1940s rail travel.

Senior to perform with National Intercollegiate Band

John Robbs, a senior art history major, has been selected to perform with the 2015 National Small College/Community College Intercollegiate Band. The intercollegiate band will practice and perform March 25-28 at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.

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The Mine considered 'home' by many

The Mine, a local bar in Baldwin City, is home to many in the community. From locals to students, many frequent the down-home bar.

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BU senior's 'Root' to be published

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Senior Carly Berblinger's poem entitled "Root" has been accepted for publication by the Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle, an annual journal that publishes literary non-fiction, fiction and poetry.

You better be watching 'Better Call Saul'

Staff writer Steven Stendebach reviews AMC's new show 'Better Call Saul.'

Backlash on Oscars speech hurts social growth

Staff writer Kayla Kohn explains her take on the backlash on Patricia Arquette's speech at the Oscars.

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College Kitchen: Make your own pizza

Lexi Loya provides the steps to make a homemade pizza.

Movie Review: John Wick

Editor of News and Entertainment Mykaela Cross discusses the movie "John Wick" and how it stands out from other modern action films.

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Theater opens 'Working' musical

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The Baker Theater Department is opening "Working," the musical adaption of Studs Terkel’s nonfiction book of the same name, at 7:30 p.m. March 5 in Rice Auditorium.

Symphonic Winds to perform with Baldwin High School

Baker Symphonic Winds and the Baldwin High School Symphonic Winds are coming together for a joint performance. The two will be performing at 7 p.m. Feb. 25 at the Baldwin Performing Arts Center.