Posts From Baylor Lariat
The Student Senate unanimously voted to make alterations in the electoral code to clarify unclear wording at its meeting Thursday.
Thousands of worshipers are expected to fill McLane Stadium for the Gathering, a historic Palm Sunday worship service, at 5 p.m. Sunday.
After being cut from the CFL, Eddie Lackey connected with staff at D1 Sports training facility in Abilene. In helping individuals reach their goals, he found his passion.
NEW YORK — An apparent gas explosion leveled an apartment building, largely destroyed another and launched rubble and shards of glass across streets in the heart of Manhattan’s trendy East Village on Thursday, injuring a dozen people. Smoke could be seen and smelled for miles.
The two-seed Baylor Lady Bears are just two games away from the Final Four of the NCAA tournament in Tampa Bay, Fla. in two weeks. What stands in their way is the daunting regional tournament at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla.
Clark Hunt has plenty of things going on in his life, including multiple businesses, money to juggle and a family of his own.
According to some of the latest polls by Gallup, immigration is one of the most divisive topics in American domestic policy. Almost every week, national leaders, especially those from Texas and Arizona, offer solutions they think will help end the national crisis.
It is contained in a remarkable letter to the editor of the Shreveport Times regarding a 65-year-old black man named Glenn Ford whom Stroud tried for murder in 1984. When the all-white jury sentenced Ford to death, Stroud and his team went out drinking to celebrate. Meantime, Ford went to Louisiana’s notorious Angola prison.