Baylor’s Title IX representative Ian McRary held a campuswide fraternity chat on sexual assault prevention Thursday in Kayser Auditorium.
This fall, student ambassadors will help 200 students from around the world adapt to Baylor.
Texas transportation officials have unveiled a bold plan to reconfigure a major interstate through downtown Houston that would place lanes below ground level, alleviate congestion and give the city a dramatic face lift.
The U.S. Senate unanimously passed legislation to provide help for victims of human trafficking on Wednesday, after a long process that aided in protracting the nomination of U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who was confirmed today.
Sophomore sprinter Trayvon Bromell is on top of the collegiate track and field world. No one seems to be able to stop him.
The Student Court held a hearing Wednesday night to determine the constitutionality of a bill passed by student government limiting its members’ freedom to contact the press. The verdict will be released in a few days
Texas veterans and their children would see their higher education benefits sliced significantly under a plan heading to the Senate floor.
As a scholar in health care economics, Dr. James Henderson weighs in on the Supreme Court’s decision deciding if subsidies are legal for federal and state exchanges.
A Baylor student was injured in a hit-and-run accident at approximately 10 p.m. on University Parks Drive in front of the Baylor Sciences Building, Waco Police Department authorities said.
The Senate unanimously passed legislation Wednesday to help the victims of human trafficking, ending a tortuous partisan standoff over abortion that also delayed confirmation of President Barack Obama’s attorney general nominee.