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Editorial: Students struggle to connect with interterm

Although diverse choices are offered with interterm classes, students still struggle to find the purpose of interterm.

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Looking for balance between college athletics and academics

Staff Writer Spencer Brown evaluates Baker's current balance, or lack thereof, between both athletes and scholars. Universities that pride themselves on their athletic success may indirectly be undervaluing academics at the same time. After all, students are scholars before they are athletes.

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Reinventing the millennial New Year's resolution

New Year’s resolutions tend to be easier said than done. As millennials that crave instant gratification, it is difficult to dig deep into the journey of reaching a goal.

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Jim Joyner's final farewell

Assistant Sports Editor Jim Joyner gives his final farewells and thanks after graduating from Baker in December.

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Could drones ever deliver Chipotle burritos to BU students?

Virginia Tech is a test site for drone delivery of an absolute essential to all college students: Chipotle burritos. Columnist Lauren Freking dreams of the day when Baker students will enjoy similar services.

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Editorial: looking through a local lens

Many students often forget that small, local businesses can help make our college experience more memorable, and despite what we may sometimes think, they’re always in danger of disappearing.

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#Blessed: being thankful for Baker

Columnist Lauren Freking encourages students to be thankful during their time at Baker.

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Editorial: Campus still needs a larger facility for big events

Baker University has received a $300,000 grant to help with renovations to Rice Auditorium. However, the school is still in need of a large meeting place.

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The 15-minute typewriter challenge

Multimedia Editor Dory Smith went old-school on a 1971 Hermes 3000 typewriter challenge, and the results are in.

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Slacktivism: Are you really making a difference on Facebook?

Columnist Lauren Freking informs some Facebook users that they are living in a dream world.