This year almost 100 student and community organizations will participate in the Baylor Homecoming Parade.
Arts and Entertainment
Puppies, food trucks and live music are taking over Fifth Street this weekend for a campus-wide Homecoming celebration.
By Madison Miller & Julia Eckardt Reporters After a seven-year hiatus, Waco band ColorBox released its first EP titled “Meet ColorBox” this fall. The four-man group includes Sam Henderson and Brett Christenson, lecturers at Baylor, Stephen Bolech, an audiovisual digitization specialist at Baylor, and Clayton Faulkner, a Lutheran pastor in
The Baylor community doesn’t have to travel to Paris to get an authentic crepe anymore. Baylor Bears can simply visit Bullard junior Madeline Perkins’ food truck, Holy Crepe.
Taylor Swift’s style is continually new, independent and, yet, completely predictable.
Racial tensions in America have increased in the past year, making headlines in a major way that has caused some to wonder how to approach the topic. “Dear White People” has taken the guesswork out of the equation and done it for us all.
A famous Latvian aviator who joined a Nazi killing squad during World War II is being brought to life in a musical that has outraged Jews in the Baltic country and beyond.
A video recording the comments a woman hears as she walks around the nation’s biggest city is a testament to the pervasiveness of street harassment women face, its creators said Wednesday.
Johnny Winter’s wife says listening to her late husband’s newest album is bittersweet because it’s one of his best works but was released after his death.
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams have lost the first round in their battle with Marvin Gaye’s family in an ongoing debate over whether their 2013 megahit “Blurred Lines” infringed on Gaye’s 1977 song “Got to Give It up.”