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    Farmers market event squashed without proper health permits

Farmers market event squashed without proper health permits

Baylor students looking forward to fresh, local grocery shopping on campus will have to wait a semester. The upcoming farmers market event scheduled for Friday has been canceled from complications with obtaining the proper permits for participating vendors.

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    Baylor Vice president to join school in Georgia

Baylor Vice president to join school in Georgia

This summer, Baylor will say goodbye to an important member of the green and gold family. Dr. Karla Leeper, vice president of board and executive affairs and chief compliance officer at Baylor, will leave Baylor and join Georgia Regents University in Augusta, Ga., as the chief of staff to the president. Leeper will assume her role on June 15.

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    No. 14 softball defeats UTSA 7-1 on road to win series

No. 14 softball defeats UTSA 7-1 on road to win series

A day after losing two games to No. 16 Louisiana in a double-header, No. 14 Baylor looked to regain their mojo offensively in a midweek game against UTSA in San Antonio. The Bears were able to do just that in a 7-1 victory over the in-state rivals on Wednesday night.

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    Tolson battles back from surgery to bolster Bears

Tolson battles back from surgery to bolster Bears

Baylor baseball’s pitching staff has not missed a beat this season. The kind of consistency and success they have had can be credited to a few starting pitchers in other instances, but the Bears have got the job done in their own way.

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    Shakespeare’s Globe taking ‘Hamlet’ to over 200 nations

Shakespeare’s Globe taking ‘Hamlet’ to over 200 nations

Four centuries after his death, William Shakespeare is probably Britain’s best-known export, his words and characters famous around the world.

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    Students merge yoga, faith in business model

Students merge yoga, faith in business model

Two Baylor students have started their own athletic wear business, bringing together a love of yoga and athletic fashion.

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    Alpha Phi Omega  sponsors blood bank  ‘Gallon Challenge’

Alpha Phi Omega sponsors blood bank ‘Gallon Challenge’

You don’t have to be Superman or Batman to save a life, just a student or staff member that is willing to take but a minute out of your time while walking through campus.

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    West fertilizer explosion could have been prevented, officials say

West fertilizer explosion could have been prevented, officials say

Officials from the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board said Texas can learn a thing or two in light of the tragedy in West.

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    Baylor says goodbye to religion professor

Baylor says goodbye to religion professor

Members of the Baylor community mourn the loss of religion department retiree Dr. Daniel B. McGee — a father, an educator and a man of faith.

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    Editorial: Cryogenic practices need policy

Editorial: Cryogenic practices need policy

With the recent “Captain America” movie, cryogenics and the practice of freezing human bodies until medical science can revive corpses is brought into question. How close is the world to freezing bodies until a cure for death can be found? The answer is not far at all. In fact, the first body was cryogenically frozen in liquid nitrogen in 1967.

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Bear Briefs

The Wells Project will have an interest meeting at 8…

Poppers, Lockers, and Breakers, a campus hip-hop dance organization, will…

The Association of Black Students will host Grab the Mic…

The Baylor Men’s Choir will perform at all three chapel…

The Multicultural Student Leadership Summit will be held from 9…

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