Israeli Deputy Consul Daniel Agranov’s goal, while in office, is to help people understand, what he calls, “the real Israel.”
Graduates from seminaries aren’t prepared to help mentally ill congregants, according to a study by Dr. Matthew Stanford, professor of psychology and neuroscience.
A run down the banks of the Brazos just got a little longer thanks to the connection of the Brazos Riverwalk with Brazos Park East.
After a week of review, Student Senate voted passed a bill suggesting the university policy allow licensed concealed handgun carriers to have their weapons on campus.
Four Baylor professors will get the chance to give their last lectures ever this weekend- at least, the lectures they would want to give if they knew it would be their last.
Newly furnished and smelling of fresh popcorn, the recently established career cube in the lobby of Cashion Academic Center has made itself hard to miss.
Two years and 65 pounds later, Armine Qourzal, Baylor’s assistant director of counseling, is a happier, healthier man.
Baylor’s sustainability department installed five outdoor permanent recycling containers that students will be able to use to make better choices for the environment.
The special prosecutor who secured two felony abuse of power indictments against Gov. Rick Perry is facing his own legal problems after a decision by Texas’ highest criminal court to renew a contempt of court case against him.