Letter to the editor: BU needs diversity in curriculum

In a letter to the editor, former Baker University student Mike Ford challenges Baker University to provide diversity in its academic curriculum.

Community should focus on change to prevent prejudice

Managing editor Taylor Shuck reflects on the recent shooting at the Jewish Community Center in Overland Park.

College women: start husband hunting now

Staff writer Victoria Bostic agrees with the Princeton Mom philosophy that women should find a future spouse while they are in college.

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Sporting KC strengthens soccer's popularity

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As the 2014 World Cup approaches, this is the perfect time for Kansas City and the United States to be fully invested into soccer. Based on Sporting KC's 18-year history, don't be surprised if someday soccer is the most popular sport in Kansas City.

English majors provide marketable skills

Freshman Mykaela Cross discusses the stereotypes surrounding English majors and the current job market.

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Unpaid internships cross ethical lines

The Baker Orange editorial board delves into the world of unpaid internships and its effects on graduates' futures.

BU shows growth in Hispanic population

KNBU-TV and KNBU-FM station manager Xiomara Nunez describes Baker's strides in promoting a more diverse campus.

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Orange photographer shoots March Madness

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Baker Orange photographer Chad Phillips had the opportunity to photograph the second and thirds rounds of the 2014 NCAA Tournament in St. Louis during spring break.

Colleges should offer life skills courses

Design Editor Kayla Infanti relates her recent experience in a car accident to life after college.

Students shouldn't rely on passive philosophy

Managing editor Taylor Shuck believes a go-with-the-flow philosophy does not always work.