When new and returning students walked on to the Baker University campus this week, they were welcomed by a new U. Not only is the Harter Union refreshingly unrecognizable, but the university has a new look as well.
Junior Taylor Shuck explains why the PRISM surveillance program is evidence that the government, as an entity, has no limits.
Senior Meagan Thomas gives words of advice to underclassmen before graduating from Baker University.
Senior Chris Duderstadt reflects on his decision to go to college at Baker University and how his life has changed during his time as a Wildcat.
The Baker Orange Editorial Board discusses how it will be important for graduates to keep up to date with what is happening at BU since the university is also going through a transition period.
Senior Lauren Breithaupt reflects on her five months as a member of the BU track and field team and the talent, devotion and commitment required of student-athletes.
It has been a tragic week for the United States and a trying one for news organizations working to supply us with the latest updates. In an effort to report news as quickly as possible, some media outlets have put accuracy in the backseat, and it is now the public's job to do its own investigation for the truth.
The issue of enrollment has been hovering over administrators as they work toward a plan to bring the numbers on the upswing. Within these goals, there needs to be a focus on increasing diversity on campus, as well.
Staff writer Katie Thurbon answers a few final questions as her term of being the student senate president comes to a close.
Margaret Thatcher left her mark on Baker University through her presence at the rededication ceremony of Osborne Chapel in 1996, a chapel where her father had preached in Sproxton, England.