On the day dedicated to the U.S. Constitution, President and Chancellor Ken Starr chose to speak about religious freedom protected in the First Amendment.
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Baylor students and faculty gathered Wednesday evening to discuss racial tension in light of the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
Antioch Community Church is bringing back World Mandate for the 26th year, offering a weekend of worship, concerts and inspirational sessions.
Cars will soon be crushed on campus thanks to an upcoming monster truck rally at McLane Stadium on May 2, 2015.
To observe National Hispanic Heritage Month, student organizations at Baylor have joined together to organize events for the fourth consecutive year to spread awareness of Hispanic culture and celebrate its diversity.
Mission Waco is offering insight into the lives and experiences of homeless Wacoans through the ninth annual Walk for the Homeless.
Hymns for Hunger, a musical duo made up of artists Cindy Morgan and Andrew Greer, will perform at 8:30 p.m. Oct. 1 at Baylor’s Roxy Grove Hall because of efforts by both Student Activities and the Venue and Events Marketing class led by Dr. Charles Fifield, senior lecturer of marketing.
Two Baylor Army ROTC cadets have more in common than the uniforms they wear. For the first time in Baylor’s history, two siblings are contracted together, set on a career path toward military service.
Science, technology, engineering, and math focused employers will visit campus today to recruit students for careers and internships today.
Despite mixed reactions toward the implementation of minuses in the grading system, it has not affected GPAs, said Dr. Wesley Null, vice provost for undergraduate education.