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    Despite weather, Bears takes down Kansas State

Despite weather, Bears takes down Kansas State

Top-seeded Baylor women’s tennis was ready. The team didn’t need any help from doubles action, and while the threat of rain forced singles matches to be played first, the Bears did not miss a beat.

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    What’s In Your Backpack?

What’s In Your Backpack?

Watch the Baylor students unzip their backpacks to show you what’s inside.

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04/24/2015: The Baylor Lariat

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    Title IX rep talks on sexual assault to frat members

Title IX rep talks on sexual assault to frat members

Baylor’s Title IX representative Ian McRary held a campuswide fraternity chat on sexual assault prevention Thursday in Kayser Auditorium.

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Baylor police blotter

Baylor police blotter

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    Hippodrome to host annual film festival

Hippodrome to host annual film festival

Etched into theatrical and film history, the Waco Hippodrome provides a blueprint for students to share their modern films on the same screen as historical icons, such as John Wayne and Elvis Presley.

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    Frat beach bash to benefit local ministry

Frat beach bash to benefit local ministry

The Delta Psi colony of Beta Theta Pi will host its first university wide philanthropy event since being reinstated on campus, from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the McLane Student Life Center’s sand courts.

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    Ambassadors set to help global students transition to Baylor

Ambassadors set to help global students transition to Baylor

This fall, student ambassadors will help 200 students from around the world adapt to Baylor.

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    Plan to fix Houston interstate congestion

Plan to fix Houston interstate congestion

Texas transportation officials have unveiled a bold plan to reconfigure a major interstate through downtown Houston that would place lanes below ground level, alleviate congestion and give the city a dramatic face lift.

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    Human trafficking legislation could offer aid to local victims

Human trafficking legislation could offer aid to local victims

The U.S. Senate unanimously passed legislation to provide help for victims of human trafficking on Wednesday, after a long process that aided in protracting the nomination of U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who was confirmed today.

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