Although he has a passion for music, Garland junior Ceon Rumphs actually never intended to become a drum major. But this year, after three years at Baylor, he became the Golden Wave Marching Band’s first African-American drum major.
No. 20 Baylor men’s basketball returns home to the Ferrell Center as the No. 19 Texas Longhorns come into town for another top 20 matchup on Saturday.
The No. 1 Baylor Bears started off the spring equestrian season with a dominant 13-3 win over No. 10 New Mexico State on Thursday at the Willis Family Equestrian Center.
Though some people may dance in their kitchens, most don’t think of faucets as instruments – unless you are Glenn Kotche.
One of the most popular topics for false news is politics. It’s almost impossible to scroll down a timeline without seeing someone post an article saying President Barack Obama is a secret Muslim, or Ted Cruz wants to deport you.
You probably saw this photo floating around in your newsfeed.
The university’s Office of Sustainability helped break another record in university sustainability, a trend that has continued since 2006.
After six years of suiting up in a Baylor uniform, former pitcher Whitney Canion, now known as Whitney Reichenstein, will not be on the field this season.
A new restaurant called the Mix Café, located at 1700 S. Fifth St., has teamed up with the Baylor Entrepreneurship Program and is hiring students.
Although 1,793 miles separate Dallas senior Rayyan Islam from Silicon Valley, the hub of millennial entrepreneurs, Islam has no reservations that he is exactly where he needs to be.