Denver, Colo., freshman Neville Schwinn does a head-first slide down a water slide at the Zeta Tau Alpha crush event “Watercrush” on Wednesday on Fountain Mall.
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Flower Mound freshman Jordan Sharp donates blood Tuesday on Fountain Mall. Carter Blood Care periodically hosts blood drives on the Baylor campus throughout each semester.
Shreveport, La., senior Dylan Greenleaf pulls the disc to the other team as The Woodlands junior Eric VerPloeg watches on during a pick up Ultimate frisbee game on Tuesday on the BSB fields.
Children gather around the Easter bunny at Kappa Kappa Gamma’s annual Easter Egg Hunt on Monday afternoon. Over 100 Baylor children and grandchildren attended the event to collect candy and chocolate goodies.
Pope Francis leaves after an audience with Gregoriana University students in the Paul VI hall at the Vatican, Thursday. During his speech, Francis called human trafficking “a crime against humanity” and has agreed to work with over a dozen countries to eliminate it.
“Ally the Alligator” looks on as Angela Everett, 40, hands out a cup of shrimp gumbo from the Boudain Shack restaurant at the 2014 Feast of Caring “Soup Cook Off” event, which benefited Caritas of Waco on Tuesday at the Waco Convention Center.
San Diego, Calif., senior Andre Jackson paddles out onto the river to enjoy a Tuesday afternoon at the Baylor Marina. Today, the Baylor Marina will host Dia Del Rio. The event will offer free hot dogs and drinks, as well as free tank tops to the first 250 people that paddle out to the bridge.
Guerrilla Troupe preformed on Thursday evening in the SUB Den to promote anti-stress practices to the Baylor community. Above, members are playing the “Ding Game” as they pretend to be in a dentist’s office.
A cat coffin with mummy, left, and an ibis coffin are displayed as part of the exhibit “Soulful Creatures: Animal Mummies in Ancient Egypt” at the Orange County’s Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, Calif. The exhibition is on the ancient mummification of animals in the Egyptian culture and religion.
Lightning strikes behind Pat Neff during the severe thunderstorm that rolled through Waco on Friday afternoon. The storm was part of a cluster of severe weather that spread over East Texas, even bringing ping pong ball-sized hail to some areas.