Live life based on passion, not college major

As Ferris Bueller said, “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Staff writer Megan Henry reassures students who are still undecided about what they want to do with their lives.

Theater production inspires organ donation

Staff writer Megan Henry tells the story of how Baker's latest theater production inspired her to be an organ donor.

Fight for $15 threatens my college degree

Editor Taylor Shuck talks about how the Fight for $15 campaign, although a good idea in theory, is a threat to students with college degrees.

Students, thespians should take advantage of KC Renaissance Festival

Assistant Editor Mykaela Cross encourages more drama lovers and Renaissance fans to apply for jobs with the Kansas City Renaissance Festival.

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Union updates rejuvenate campus

The Baker Orange Editorial Board discusses the new coffee shop and other student union improvements and their effect on the campus environment.

Universities lack sexual assault punishment

Editor Taylor Shuck talks about the University of Kansas and its use of the term "non-consensual sex" in a rape case.

The pros and cons of online shopping

Sophomore Jenna Warmund discusses the good and evils of online shopping.

Apple not without worms

Assistant Editor Mykaela Cross debates whether or not Apple's new devices are worth the hype.

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Hookup culture: the end of college dating

Editor Taylor Shuck talks about the hookup culture and how it has affected dating in college.

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Is it just another dumb trend?

The latest viral trend is the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, in which people pour a bucket of ice water over their heads or donate to find a cure for ALS. Assistant Editor Sarah Baker talks about the new trend and the different outcomes it has produced.