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TV show host comes to BU, talks heritage

    TV show host comes to BU, talks heritage

To celebrate the end of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Baylor Hispanic Student Association and Baylor’s Department of Multicultural Affairs are bringing “What Would You Do” host John Quiñones to Baylor’s campus to speak about his role as a Hispanic newscaster.

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New lab will help disabled

    New lab will help disabled

A new motion-capture laboratory being set up at Baylor will soon help bio-mechanists treat walking disabilities and develop devices to monitor the body status of patients.

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    Freshmen squeeze into housing wherever possible

Freshmen squeeze into housing wherever possible

With a record breaking class, more than 3,600 college-bound students chose to call Baylor University home this fall, but there wasn’t exactly enough room for all of them.

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    Ebola forces nursing students to move

Ebola forces nursing students to move

In light of recent Ebola virus scares, Baylor nursing students enrolled in the Louise Herrington School of Nursing transferred from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas to nearby hospitals to complete clinicals.

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    Offensive team name spurs forum

Offensive team name spurs forum

In response to an intramural flag football team naming itself Ferguson PD, the Division of Student Life will host a Discerning Dialogue Forum to raise student awareness and sensitivity to current events.

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