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Design questions surround Boeing's 737 Max

Design questions surround Boeing’s 737 Max

Story by Sarah Day, News Editor April 17, 2019

A rather high number of planes have crashed or experienced issues this year from the Boeing 737 fleet — two in the last six months. Because this number is so alarming, many airlines worldwide have...

Latest college cost: Bribes

Latest college cost: Bribes

Story by Maya Hodison, Staff Writer April 10, 2019

Being wealthy, famous and having connections can score people opportunities that others may have to work incredibly hard on their own to attain. The University of Southern California (USC), the University...

Day of Giving faces mixed reviews

Day of Giving faces mixed reviews

Story by Editorial Staff April 10, 2019

As students, we all pay to go to Baker in one way or another, whether that be through time, talent or money. On April 4, Baker had their second annual Day of Giving. During the Day of Giving, the Office...

An old picture looms in front of the street Osborne Chapel sat on years ago today in Sproxton, England. This highlights the change the village has seen since the complete removal of Clarice L. Osborne Memorial Chapel to Baldwin City, KS in 1995.

The first and second life of Osborne Chapel

Story by Elizabeth Hanson, Contributing Writer March 19, 2019

I rolled out of bed on a foggy spring morning at Harlaxton College located right outside Grantham, England. I decided the night prior to go visit the small village of Sproxton where Clarice L. Osborne...

Adjustment to Baker’s testing policy

Adjustment to Baker’s testing policy

Story by Isabel Ashley, Staff Writer March 18, 2019

I vividly remember the first test I took my freshman year at St. Olaf College. Before class began, my peers and I were buzzing with nervous energy, spewing chemistry facts at each other as if we would...

Students lack participation on campus

Students lack participation on campus

Story by Editorial Staff March 18, 2019

It is no secret that Baker University students are involved in numerous activities both on and off of campus. Lately, our editorial board noticed students are generally not willing to add anything else...

The University Chapel holds services every Thursday at 11 a.m.

United Methodist Church holds vote: LGBTQ+ not able to be ordained or married

Story by Jenna Black, Editor in Chief March 18, 2019

The United Methodist Church (UMC) gathered on Feb. 26 to discuss the denomination’s stance on LGBTQ+ clergy and same-sex marriage. The delegates at the General Conference voted 438-384 to reinforce the...

Will's Oscars round up

Will’s Oscars round up

Story by Will Hanson, Assistant A&E Editor February 25, 2019

The 91st Oscar Nominations came out Jan. 22 with many snubs and surprises. The best picture nominees included “Black Panther, BlacKkKlansman, Bohemian Rhapsody, The Favourite, Green Book, Roma, A Star...

Gillette should put action behind toxic masculinity advertisement

Gillette should put action behind toxic masculinity advertisement

Story by Sarah Day, News Editor February 19, 2019

Gillette’s newest advertisement centered around the concept of toxic masculinity — the ways in which the Patriarchy is harmful to men. Toxic masculinity explains certain ideas as damaging to the male...

Students brought out every coat, hat and pair of gloves they could find in order to keep warm throughout the polar vortex that hit the Midwest.

Tips for surviving a relentless winter

Story by Editoral Staff February 15, 2019

Students bundled up in their thickest winter jackets in order to repel the polar vortex elements this month. Temperatures in Baldwin City dropped to -3 degrees Fahrenheit on Jan. 30. The wind was not forgiving...

Cost of healthcare is no longer a secret

Cost of healthcare is no longer a secret

Story by Sarah Day, News Editor February 15, 2019

Under a new health law included in the Affordable Care Act, hospitals are required to provide prices for various procedures to patients online as of Jan 1, 2019. This is in hopes that customers feel a...

Students stir an online uproar at protest

Students stir an online uproar at protest

Story by Maya Hodison, Staff Writer February 15, 2019

Free speech and the ability to protest are rights students have on and off campus. When confrontation arises, the manner in which students handle themselves can paint the institution they attend in a certain...

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