Dr. Cheolho Sim, assistant professor of biology, has a laboratory that is as dark, hot and humid as a rainforest. He keeps various species of mosquitoes there and works on ways to prevent them from spreading tropical diseases.
- Lab Abuzz: BU scientists aim to make vaccine for mosquito-transmitted diseases
- Lariat Letter: I’m a Jew. I’m a Christian. Between them, I find harmony.
- Twisty lives up to name in ‘Horror Story’
- BU falls to West Virginia 3-1
- Humane Society to receive makeover
- Recent poll projects win for GOP in upcoming election
Baylor students gathered Wednesday evening to celebrate Hispanic culture at the 27th annual Hispanic Heritage Month Banquet. The banquet featured Emmy Award-winning ABC News co-anchor John Quiñones as the keynote speaker.
Over 100 law schools will be in attendance today for Baylor’s first appearance in the Southwest Association of PreLaw Advisors caravan. The fair will offer opportunities for students to meet with advisers and ask questions about admittance and law programs at accredited schools from around the nation.
One Baylor professor examined political inequality in the contiguous states of America and has offered a possible solution to achieving equal representation for all.
Scholars and musicians from across the nation are gathering today to begin a weekend-long conference over music, faith and history at the 2014 Pruit Symposium.
Baylor volleyball dropped a disappointing 3-1 loss to West Virginia Wednesday night inside the Ferrell Center 20-25, 21-25, 25-22, 19-25 to extend its six-game winless streak in conference play.
- Big 12 soccer: West Virginia alone on top, Baylor not out yet
- Baylor volleyball drops sixth straight conference match, falls to West Virginia 3-1
- Volleyball hosts West Virginia
- Be wary of video review
- Pistorius setenced to five years
- Soccer beats Oklahoma in Norman
- Equestrian beats No. 2 OSU
- Football falls to WVU
When “American Horror Story” creator Ryan Murphy first contacted actor John Carroll Lynch about a possible role on the fourth season of his gleefully deranged hit, he was upfront about his aims for a new character, a silent, grinning killer straight out of a child’s nightmare.
- Different strokes for different oaks: Two artists meld paintings, sculptures with inspirations from nature
- World renowned fashion designer de la Renta dies at 82 in Conn. home
- Fall Fun: Student Foundation festival to raise scholarship money
- ‘Fury’ thrives on violence, depravity, sexism
- Theater department obtains 3-D printer
- Pinbusters: Watercolor Coffee Mugs
- New book reveals designer’s inspiration through photos
- Nobel prize winners