With students looking for an easier way to travel, mopeds are becoming increasingly popular on campus. The growing trend demonstrates the alternative methods that students are taking in order to get to class, the gym or to and from a friend’s residence.
Life as a senior in college can be great. Classes are flying by and a sense of entitlement can be felt knowing life as an underclassman is over. However, what starts as seniors standing tall and ready at the beginning of the year can quickly turn into apprehension and nervousness as a significant event approaches: graduation.
Alice Starr is the wife of Baylor President and Chancellor, Ken Starr. Mrs. Starr has been involved in several charities and nonprofits. The Starrs have lived all over the country. They have three children and six grandchildren.
Entrepreneurs find innovative solutions to on-campus issues
Baylor has its own version of the Barden Bellas from “Pitch Perfect” called VirtuOSO.
There was something different about the 62nd legislative session of student government, but Rockwall senior Forrest Davis couldn’t pinpoint exactly what it was.
It was 10:40 a.m., five minutes before the lunch hour started. Students were lining up at the entrance of Penland Crossroads dining hall. John Mercer, in his black hat, black chef uniform and black frame glasses, was giving final reminders to his staff.
“Tomorrow is the game day,” he said with a serious face. “We need to make sure that we do continuous service.”
Dr. Heidi Marcum’s two starkly different worlds keep her peaceful and give her a sense of purpose.
Eight years ago in Richmond, a Habitat for Humanity chapter was erecting the frame of a structure soon to be someone’s house. It was Framing Day, as Habitat volunteers call it. Now, Richmond junior Allison Carrington is the president of Baylor Habitat for Humanity and still remembers the day of her first experience as a volunteer.
At the start of the semester, each dorm room was a generic, empty space with nothing to set it apart from the rest. The only thing to distinguish one from another was a name taped to the door. On the inside were just naked mattresses and empty dressers waiting to be claimed by new occupants.