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Slacktivism: Are you really making a difference on Facebook?

Columnist Lauren Freking informs some Facebook users that they are living in a dream world.

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Mental health: a silent illness

Staff writer Brenna Thompson believes mental health is something we need to address as a campus. Let's talk about it.

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Get Involved: You'll thank yourself later

Staff Writer Abie Roorda thinks that students should get involved on campus despite the hardships college can bring.

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Candidates mostly waste our time with negative political ads

Columnist Lauren Freking discusses the effects of recent negative political ads on voters.

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Taking pride in school color(s)?

Baker University, one of only two schools in the nation to have orange – and only orange – as its recognized school color, right? Maybe. Looking on Wikipedia today will give you a slightly different answer, stating that Baker’s school colors are “Orange & Navy Blue.” So where does the truth lie?

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The Whistleblower and the Watchdog: Why Snowden deserves a pardon

As the situation currently stands, if Edward Snowden attempts to re-enter the country, he could be charged and convicted under the U.S. Espionage Act of 1917. Editor Sarah Baker discusses why she believes Snowden should be granted a pardon.

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Free college for all is a bad idea

Columnist Lauren Freking says free college education for all Americans sounds like a good idea, but it may have unintended consequences.

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Stressed students are singing the midterm blues

Columnist Lauren Freking says October is a beautiful time of the year, but it is also a time where many students start to get the midterm blues.

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Editorial: We want you ... to vote!

The Baker Orange Editorial Board wants everyone to vote this election season in one of the most crucial and dramatic presidential elections yet. For most college students, this will be their first presidential election, so it is all that much more critical for them to vote.

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Do safe spaces and trigger warnings belong in college?

Assistant Photo Editor Lexi Loya gives her perspective on the growing popularity of safe spaces and trigger warnings on college campuses.