“We love that our students love the libraries and we are working to provide the best resources and spaces available to promote and support student success,” wrote Dean Pattie Orr in response to the Lariat’s Friday editorial on 24-hour study spaces.
Native Wacoan Bilal Siddiq is a personal trainer, a Group X abs class instructor and a fitness model. On top of all these things, Siddiq still finds time for his degree in pre-med health science studies.
As a young adult born and raised in Italy, owner Mary Baris, who dreamt of exploring countries, came to America and soon-after opened a restaurant in New York. But since NYC was too crowded for her taste, she soon found her way to Waco.
Dr. Jonathan Tran, an associate professor of religion, and his family came to America in 1975 at the end of the Vietnam War when he was a toddler. They left Vietnam in the midst of death and war.
Starting with Baylor’s epic win over TCU in 2011, Pearcy, Ark., senior Dakota Ethridge, two-year captain and four-year member of Baylor’s yell leaders, has become a special part of Baylor history.
Two gunmen were killed Sunday in Texas after opening fire on a security officer outside a provocative contest for cartoon depictions of Prophet Muhammad, and a bomb squad was called in to search their vehicle as a precaution, authorities said.
Behind the counter of Lula Jane’s, whisking eggs into a meringue or slicing up a decadent layer cake, you’ll find a woman in flour-dusted overalls named Nancy Grayson.