Taylor Shuck is a senior from Lawrence, majoring in Mass Media. After three years on the Orange staff, Taylor will be spending her final year with the Orange as the Editor. She is a parMentor for the university and recently finished an internship with Entercom as the promotions intern. She is interested in all aspects of media and multimedia and uses her Orange experiences to broaden her knowledge and to gain hands-on experience in the field.
Editor Taylor Shuck recounts her experience at President Obama's speech at the University of Kansas on Thursday.
President Barack Obama delivered a speech to a packed house at the University of Kansas on Thursday. His remarks centered around his belief in "middle-class economics."
In a city the size of Baldwin City, homelessness is more of a myth than a physical reality. But on Monday, one staff member is aiming to raise awareness of the issue with the Legendary Project.
Interterm is underway on the Baldwin City campus and students of all ages find different pros and cons attached with the opportunity, which is unique to Baker.
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The annual Maple Leaf Festival draws in bustling crowds from across the Midwest. Baldwin City, which usually boasts a modest population of 4.500, expands to find room for approximately 35,000 attendees.
Editor Taylor Shuck discusses the possibility of freezing reproductive eggs and what it means for women's rights.
For the first time since 2010, a formal sexual misconduct case has been opened at Baker University. A criminal investigation is underway as well.
Last year, Faculty Senate decided to allow variable credit hours for interterm courses so students could choose which classes they wanted to take partly based on the hours required. But with recent credit-hour requirements designated by the Higher Learning Commission, interterm is changing in the way it functions for both students and faculty.
The official launch of RG Fiber was held outside Mabee Hall, with many Kansas leaders and dignitaries in attendance. RG Fiber was designed by a digital agency called the Reflective Group in an attempt to bring high speed internet to small town America.
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.