Junior Sara Bell discusses strides female athletes made in 2012 and suggests action for further improvements.
Chestnuts are roasting on open fires, and Jack Frost is nipping at people’s noses. But when did Christmas change from a Christian holiday to a capitalist holiday?
Junior Tera Lyons shares what she is excited about for her semester at Harlaxton College.
The Baker Orange Editorial Board suggests the Baldwin City campus to be made more handicap friendly.
Editor Chris Duderstadt discusses how Black Friday festivities have affected Thanksgiving.
A variety of terms in our English language have become slang, commonly used to degrade someone or something in society, and while words may not break bones like sticks and stones, they can certainly still hurt.
Senior Meagan Thomas reminds others of the respect and appreciation due to the men and women in the United States military.
Sophomore Kayla Infanti discusses how there has been an increase in popularity in zombie apocalyptic television shows and movies as the date of Dec. 21, the day the Mayans predicted for the world to end, approaches.
With nearly 50 percent of the enrollment of the Baldwin City campus consisting of student-athletes, teams need to show support for each other rather than focusing strictly on themselves.
Junior Jenna Stanbrough talks about the insensitivity of untrue social media postings during Hurricane Sandy.