Horror films aren't so horrifying

Editor of News and Entertainment Mykaela Cross discusses which experience is scarier: horror movies or video games.

Hayen: Hollywood skews view on love

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, staff writer Heidi Jo Hayen explores the disconnect between on-screen romance portrayed in romantic comedies and real love, without the glitz and glam.

Zombies and Sea Monster: An Evening with Margaret Atwood

Staff writer Steven Stendebach reflects on his experience at an author's lecture. Margaret Atwood wrote "The Handmaid's Tale," which Stendebach read in his Introduction to Literature course at Baker.

Interterm strains students, professors

Editor of News and Entertainment Mykaela Cross discusses the problems with interterm and the new credit hour regulations.

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Housing restrictions stifle social growth

The Baker Orange Editorial Board examines the university's on-campus living policy and discusses its impact on students' social growth.

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'The Interview' reflects American ideals

Staff Writer Spencer Brown believes Sony's newest release, "The Interview," is more than just a comedy.

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Harlaxton provides lessons in British culture


Assistant editor Sarah Baker, who is in Grantham, England for the semester, discusses her first impressions of Harlaxton Manor and its culture.

Politicians forget about the bigger picture

Editor Taylor Shuck recounts her experience at President Obama's speech at the University of Kansas on Thursday.

Polar Plunge for a heartwarming cause

Luke Miltz, a Baker University student, encourages students to participate in the Polar Plunge, a nationwide fundraiser for the Special Olympics.

Henry: Canines as stress relievers

Staff Writer Megan Henry urges Baker to consider more furry stress-relieving options.