The Baylor Religious Hour choir held a free concert Wednesday night at the SUB Bowl to bring the community together in worship and raise funds for its annual mission trip.
As local bands played and crowds gathered in front of the Waco Hippodrome on Saturday evening, Melissa Green and her team put final touches in place to give Wacoans exactly what many are asking for: the reopening of the historic downtown theater.
Baton Rouge, La., senior Ginger Douglas won the second annual Miss Green and Gold pageant on Saturday. Along with the title, she won a $1,500 scholarship and the opportunity to compete in the upcoming Miss Texas pageant.
Contestants will be participating in the second annual Miss Green and Gold pageant at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in Waco Hall.
The holiday season is starting with a bang as the Junior League of Waco’s ninth annual Deck The Halls event kicks off tonight.
An 85-foot Norway spruce that belonged to a central Pennsylvania family of “Christmas elves” will serve as Rockefeller Center’s Christmas tree this year.
Behind All-University Sing and Pigskin acts is one man who is instrumental to the event’s execution: musical arranger Jason Young. After 30 years, Young has seen so many acts that he’s convinced he knows the formula for an act that can win it all.
This year almost 100 student and community organizations will participate in the Baylor Homecoming Parade.
Taylor Swift’s style is continually new, independent and, yet, completely predictable.
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.