Tobacco companies are creating and marketing electronic cigarettes with claims that the products are therapeutic and safe, but this is unsubstantiated.
In a letter to the editor, Frank Dorsey, a retired member of the Great Plains Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, urges the Senate Intelligence Committee to release its study on torture.
News Editor Jenna Stanbrough discusses Salvation Army's Online Red Kettle program and how easy it is to encourage people to donate for the holidays.
The Baker Orange Editorial Board discusses the problems with delayed adulthood and explains how students can utilize college to gain independence.
Freshman Jessica Lane thinks back to her mother's battle with breast cancer.
Launched Oct. 1, the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as ObamaCare, is projected to provide the almost 44 million uninsured American’s with health care coverage.
Entertainment Editor Taylor Shuck addresses why the removal of the Wildcat Café is an inconvenience for some students.
The Baker Orange Editorial Board discusses how students can find ways to work out in the student fitness center without having to wait for a machine to open.
Sophomore Megan Henry encourages students to try new experiences during their collegiate years.
Freshman Jessica Lane advises students on how to successfully budget their money.