Baylor Department of Student Activities and Baylor Athletics have plans set to handle parking for the oldest homecoming in the country.
The ayes had it. On Oct. 8, 1914, Baylor students made it known that they were interested in governing themselves with a clear majority by a straw poll. In the same year Baylor became the Bears, students began to represent themselves as a body.
Texas won’t be joining the handful of states announced to have controversial 21-day quarantines for citizens traveling back from West Africa.
Tonya Williams, a Dallas native who has lived in Waco for the past 18 years, attributes her success and well-being today to one of Waco’s oldest non-profit organizations.
With over 165,000 alumni worldwide, Baylor is amping up their social media performance for homecoming events, to ensure that those who cannot attend will be able to indulge in the experience.
At the halfway mark through Baylor football’s 2014 season, questions still linger on how good the Bears can be. In the past three weeks, the perception of the Bears’ standing in the conference and the country has changed substantially, rising and falling.
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- Retooled MBB hungry for victory
- Lady Bears look to forge new identity this season
- Tola Itiola learns fast, both on and off the court
- Baylor volleyball building confidence down closing stretch of 2014 season
- Soccer hopes to finish season strong
- Bears run for championship
- Volleyball tops Texas Tech 3-1
This year almost 100 student and community organizations will participate in the Baylor Homecoming Parade.
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