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Baylor students to teach kids in Thailand

    Baylor students to teach kids in Thailand

In a month, a group of Baylor University graduates will travel to Thailand to teach at the Chitralada Palace School.

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Editorial: StuGov has separation of powers issue

    Editorial: StuGov has separation of powers issue

At the foundation of the United States’ government is the system of checks and balances. It is laid out in the U.S. Constitution, a document in which the Baylor Student Body Constitution declares itself to be under. Under such a system, there is a separation of powers.

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‘Scorched’ champion talks heat of competition

    ‘Scorched’ champion talks heat of competition

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.

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Stearns leads Baylor past No. 5 Oklahoma in Norman

    Stearns leads Baylor past No. 5 Oklahoma in Norman

No. 17 Baylor softball played one of their most impressive games of the season Thursday night as it run-ruled No. 5 Oklahoma in six innings to take a big 8-0 shutout in Norman, Okla. It’s the first time the team has beaten a top five opponent on the road since topping Arizona State in Tempe, Ariz., in 2013.

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Pearson Brown elected student body president

  Pearson Brown elected student body president

Students voted Houston junior Pearson Brown student body president for the 2015-16 school year in a runoff election today. Brown defeated Frisco sophomore James Porter by a margin of 1,555 to 912 votes.

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School of Social Work dean set to step down

  School of Social Work dean set to step down

The School of Social Work announced on Wednesday that inaugural dean, Dr. Diana Garland, will step down to faculty, but faculty members said she will continue to lead stronger than ever for the remainder of the semester.

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Editorial: Baylor diversity efforts need to look different

  Editorial: Baylor diversity efforts need to look different

Baylor is a majority white school. Although the number of diverse students has increased over the years, there is still a lot of work to do when it comes to diversifying both the student body and the faculty.

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A new leaf: Farmers market to expand

  A new leaf: Farmers market to expand

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.

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McGuyre works team to be fast, focused and fearless

  McGuyre works team to be fast, focused and fearless

Since arriving in Waco as Baylor’s new volleyball coach in December, Ryan McGuyre has brought a new level of intensity and expectation to the program.

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Baylor tennis blows by No. 10 Texas in Austin

  Baylor tennis blows by No. 10 Texas in Austin

AUSTIN – The second-ranked Baylor Bears rolled over No. 10 Texas 4-1 at the Caswell Tennis Center in Austin Wednesday afternoon. With the win, the Bears have won nine straight over the Longhorns in Austin, the last loss coming on April 22, 1999.

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