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    Mulkey’s coaching style brings intensity, success to Baylor women’s basketball

Mulkey’s coaching style brings intensity, success to Baylor women’s basketball

Perhaps the most successful coach in Baylor history, regardless of sport, Mulkey was set to lead a young Lady Bears squad to their seventh Sweet 16 in as many years.

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Third fire of the day occurs in Waco

  Third fire of the day occurs in Waco

A two-story Waco home collapsed after fire engulfed it around 3 p.m. Wednesday in the 500 block of 11 St. Fire officials were quick to respond to the incident, neighbors to the home said.

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Commission alters previous decision on campaigning

  Commission alters previous decision on campaigning

The student body’s Electoral Commission announced Wednesday that non-campaign workers are allowed to use their personal social media accounts in order to campaign for candidates in the general student body elections.

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Editorial: Conflicts of interest riddle court’s ruling at expense of Internal Vice President

  Editorial: Conflicts of interest riddle court’s ruling at expense of Internal Vice President

On March 18, the Student Court made a decision on the McCahill, Hardy v. Kinghorn case. The decision, however, raises more questions than answers.

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Viewpoint: Fangirls will be fangirls

  Viewpoint: Fangirls will be fangirls

Teenyboppers and fangirls (maybe some boys, too) everywhere are mourning the loss of one of the world’s greatest heroes: Zayn Malik.

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Tractor-trailer plows into Texas interstate bridge

    Tractor-trailer plows into Texas interstate bridge

Associated Press SALADO — Authorities say a tractor-trailer has crashed into an overpass under construction along a major interstate in Central Texas, killing one person and halting traffic in both

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Baylor Marina opens; Outdoor Adventure to resume offering trips

    Baylor Marina opens; Outdoor Adventure to resume offering trips

Spring has sprung, which means the Baylor Marina is open and Outdoor Adventure Programs director Cody Schrank is encouraging students to take advantage of all the program has to offer.

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Justice week talks sex trafficking, aid

  Justice week talks sex trafficking, aid

Guest speaker Dennis Mark shared stories of how he started saving women from sex trafficking and rehabilitating victims Tuesday night.

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Proposal for singular loan site could benefit students

  Proposal for singular loan site could benefit students

Paying back student loans can be the makings of a nightmare for many higher education seekers, but the newest Obama legislation will attempt to ease some of the pressures.

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Arts and Entertainment


Baylor University students featured in art exhibit

    Baylor University students featured in art exhibit

Baylor University’s Department of Art will celebrate the best in student creations at an annual art exhibition tonight.

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‘Top Gear’ drops Clarkson

    ‘Top Gear’ drops Clarkson

The BBC will not renew the contract of Jeremy Clarkson, the scrappy host of BBC’s “Top Gear” car show, after an alleged and widely publicized fracas with a producer on the show.

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Sports


Baylor ready to move past OKC

    Baylor ready to move past OKC

After breezing past the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, Baylor women’s basketball heads to Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla. The last time Baylor played on this stage at this venue, disaster struck. This regional tournament is a shot at redemption.

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Baylor University women’s tennis blows past Rice 4-0

    Baylor University women’s tennis blows past Rice 4-0

Baylor women’s tennis continued its winning ways at home and rolled over No. 42 Rice 4-0 at the Hurd Tennis Center Wednesday afternoon.

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Tennis tops TCU

  Tennis tops TCU

Baylor and TCU brought another form of the school rivalry to Waco this weekend as the sixth ranked Bears women’s tennis team fought off an early deficit to take down the No. 21-ranked Horned Frogs 4-1 Sunday afternoon at the Hurd Tennis Center.

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Baylor baseball breaks funk, wins series over WVU

  Baylor baseball breaks funk, wins series over WVU

Baylor baseball has been on a bit of a rough stretch over the last few weeks. The Bears picked up just one win in the 12 games leading up to their Big 12 home opener against West Virginia this weekend at Baylor Ballpark.

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Opinion


Viewpoint: Contemporary vs. traditional, It doesn’t matter

    Viewpoint: Contemporary vs. traditional, It doesn’t matter

Church activities had always been a part of my life, so that didn’t change. As my faith grew, I started recognizing and understanding how churches work. I understood that the people are what make a church possible.

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The Bottom Line: Retirement, What’s your plan?

    The Bottom Line: Retirement, What’s your plan?

New reports from USA Today suggest that long-term care for senior citizens is becoming increasingly expensive and effectively working to increase the costs of healthcare for the elderly.

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