Many Italians are watching the U.S. presidential race with great interest. Staff writer Lauren Freking, who is studying in Italy this semester, shares some of their viewpoints.
Sometimes, words just aren’t enough. Staff writer Bailey Conklin discusses the evolution of emoji literacy.
Staff writer Caringtyn Julian is tired of overused web humor, especially the viral video "Damn, Daniel."
The editorial staff discusses Bernie Sanders' free college plan.
Thanks to Mattel's new line of Barbies, the dolls now come in four sizes: petite, tall, curvy and original. Staff writer Abi Roorda wonders whether Barbie’s body is really the issue.
Sports Illustrated has been receiving nationwide attention from the release of its annual swimsuit issue. Ashley Graham, the magazine's first plus-size cover girl, weighs 166 pounds and is a size 14. She is becoming one of the media’s newest body image advocates.
Lexi Loya shares her reaction to a recent performance by the strange Dating Doctor, Ryan Clauson.
Sophomore Bailey Conklin discusses whether e-books or physical books are better for studying.
Assistant Photo Editor Lexi Loya discusses the controversy over a recent CDC infographic suggesting that if women drink too much, they may become pregnant.
Staff Writer Caringtyn Julian looks into how social media plays a role in the lives of Baker students and how it is rare to be completely off the grid.