This year, members of the Lariat hosted, filmed and screened a cooking competition called “Scorched.” The competition pit four students from various backgrounds against one another, eliminating – or “scorching” – one contestant at a time until just one remained.
Homegrown rhubarb, freshly baked granola and cold-pressed juice can be found at the Waco Downtown Farmers Market and, starting April 21, the market will expand to Tuesday nights at the same location as the Saturday event.
Tuesday marks Baylor’s annual holiday and everyone’s favorite excuse to wear tank tops: Diadeloso.
Campus will be shaken up tonight with the help of Student Productions, Zeta Phi Beta and some stepping students.
Malia Obama is not your average 16-year-old: Her driving lessons were provided by the U.S. Secret Service.
Each spring when the azaleas bloom, attorney Atticus Finch, daughter Scout and other characters from “To Kill a Mockingbird” come to life on the courthouse lawn in the Alabama hometown of author Harper Lee, who will release a sequel to her classic novel in July.
Art on Elm, a free event hosted by NeighborWorks Waco, will include more than 35 artists, 100 pieces of art, food trucks and five bands on Elm Avenue.
LOS ANGELES — You can bring your beach towels and floral headbands, but forget that selfie stick if you’re planning to go to the Coachella or Lollapalooza music festivals.
Baylor University’s Department of Art will celebrate the best in student creations at an annual art exhibition tonight.
Baylor’s chapter of the International Justice Mission is reinvigorating the purpose of free trade and socially responsible shopping through an accessible venue for students.