The menu at Penland’s dining hall features sustainable, locally sourced foods today and the chance for students to participate in National Food Day by taking a green pledge.
Baylor Police Department is planning to hire a new Title IX coordinator this semester to aid the university with its federally required duties.
Baylor’s Model United Nations program is reaching out to high school students across the country to build both the program and the university.
Generations Adoptions has served the Waco community for 10 years, connecting children in need with families, and Saturday a gala will raise awareness to its cause.
Dr. Cheolho Sim, assistant professor of biology, has a laboratory that is as dark, hot and humid as a rainforest. He keeps various species of mosquitoes there and works on ways to prevent them from spreading tropical diseases.
Baylor students gathered Wednesday evening to celebrate Hispanic culture at the 27th annual Hispanic Heritage Month Banquet. The banquet featured Emmy Award-winning ABC News co-anchor John Quiñones as the keynote speaker.
Over 100 law schools will be in attendance today for Baylor’s first appearance in the Southwest Association of PreLaw Advisors caravan. The fair will offer opportunities for students to meet with advisers and ask questions about admittance and law programs at accredited schools from around the nation.
One Baylor professor examined political inequality in the contiguous states of America and has offered a possible solution to achieving equal representation for all.
Scholars and musicians from across the nation are gathering today to begin a weekend-long conference over music, faith and history at the 2014 Pruit Symposium.
An American arrested and held for nearly six months in North Korea for leaving a Bible at a nightclub returned home to Ohio on Wednesday to tears of joy and hugs from his wife and surprised children.