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Editorial: Print is not dead yet

The Baker Orange Editorial Board voices their love for and the importance of print media in a world of fast digital news.

Despite the controversy, I'll stand by my faith

Columnist Lauren Freking shares her thoughts on the recent allegations against Catholic Priest Chris Rossman.

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Living in a two ... um, one ... um, no gas station town

Editor Sarah Baker has been a resident of Baldwin City all her life. Echoing the sentiments of the community, she gives her opinion on the city being demoted to only one gas station.

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Politically correct? Facebook is labeling you based on your friends

Columnist Lauren Freking discusses the prevalence of labels among social media, especially Facebook, and how those labels can be changing how you see information.

Are monthly subscription boxes worth it?

Editor Sarah Baker chose to unbox the world of monthly subscription boxes by trying out four different services and see which ones are worth it on a college student's budget.

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Liberal arts colleges give students an advantage

Columnist Lauren Freking pleads the case for liberal arts colleges by discussing how some offer once-in-a-lifetime experiences you can't find anywhere else.

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Editorial: It's who, not what, you know

The Baker Orange Editorial Board discusses how when it comes to finding a job before, or during college, you cannot depend on what you know alone; who you know is just as important.

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Yes, I'm in a sorority and I work in fast food

As a sorority woman, assistant news editor Whitney Silkey discusses her experience working in fast food and defying the sorority girl stereotype.

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#BLM: face-to-face with racism

Assistant Editor Dory Smith discusses her perspectives on race relations and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Kardashians keep it real

Staff writer Heidi Jo Hayen appreciates how real the Kardashians are and thinks they deserve more credit.