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Season Review: Baylor tennis finishes monumental season with NCAA Final Four appearance

    Season Review: Baylor tennis finishes monumental season with NCAA Final Four appearance

A monumental season for the second-ranked Baylor Bears has finally come to an end with a 4-2 loss to three-seed Virginia in the 2015 NCAA semifinals on Monday afternoon. As much as the loss hurts for the Bears, the fact that it was on their home courts make it that much more bittersweet.

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Board of Regents votes to add entrepreneurship doctoral program

    Board of Regents votes to add entrepreneurship doctoral program

The Baylor University Board of Regents voted to approve a new Ph.D. program in entrepreneurship at its annual meeting today in Waco, effective in Fall 2016. The program will become only the seventh such doctoral program accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

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Baylor tennis, women’s tennis advance to Sweet 16

    Baylor tennis, women’s tennis advance to Sweet 16

Two-seed Baylor men’s tennis earned a spot in the NCAA Round of 16 for the 14th-straight year after sweeping both No. 29 LSU and unranked Bryant in the regional championships Friday and Saturday in Waco. Eight-seed Baylor women’s tennis edged Rice 4-2 after a grueling three-and-a-half-hour match.

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Dr. Jonathan Tran: Professor, Author, Refugee

    Dr. Jonathan Tran: Professor, Author, Refugee

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.

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Who’s next?: Downtown barber trimming for almost 50 years

  Who’s next?: Downtown barber trimming for almost 50 years

Settled quietly along historic Austin Avenue, a small shop is nestled in a tall business building with no fancy decorations besides a painted red and white pole and a name: Tito’s Downtown Barbershop.

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Le voyage á Baylor

  Le voyage á Baylor

Sophomore men’s tennis player Maxime Tchoutakian not only experiences the common college problems, but also a language barrier, different customs, and a culture shock since arriving in Waco in January.

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Cafe offers more than coffee to community

  Cafe offers more than coffee to  community

Ordinarily, a waitress does not receive $1,137 in tips in one day. That’s one reason World Cup Café waitress Latrice Caulfield stood bewildered and baffled by the size of the extraordinary tip customers left her on Christmas Eve.

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SCOTUS could redefine marriage in every state

  SCOTUS could redefine marriage in every state

Several debates across the country have ensued as the Supreme Court hears one of the most controversial Supreme Court cases in the history of the court. A group of cases collectively called Obergefell v. Hodges that questions whether same-sex marriage is a constitutional right, could potentially require all states to license same-sex marriages.

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Editorial: Baylor lacks 24-hour study spaces on campus

  Editorial: Baylor lacks 24-hour study spaces on campus

Last-minute panic hits. You need roughly one or two more hours to complete a project that you can only work

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Kick the finals blues with a little bit of fun

  Kick the finals blues with a little bit of fun

Finals week is one of the most taxing parts of the year, but that doesn’t mean the pressure of performing well on exams has to take control of students’ lives. Self-care, which involves maintaining one’s overall health, includes managing stress.

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