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.
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
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.
Campus Living and Learning is looking to provide a new housing software for students to select their own roommates and possibly change rooms if they are not satisfied.
Kelly Gibbs, featured on the TLC show “Extreme Couponing,” will be speaking at 3:30 and 7 p.m. today at the Bellmead Civic Center and 3:30 and 7 p.m. Thursday at The Barn in Hewitt about taking advantage of coupons.
The Baylor Mock Trial Team won fifth place in its division and had three All-American award winners in the National Championship Tournament last weekend at the Hamilton County Courthouse in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The fences outlining the construction of the future fountain site are up on Fifth Street, one of the most highly-trafficked areas on campus, and students will need to find routes around them for the rest of the semester.
Most people would not be surprised to hear that UV ray exposure can lead to skin cancer, and skin cancer accounts for nearly half of United States cancers, according to the American Cancer Society. So why is tanning still so popular? Dr. Jay Yoo, assistant professor of family and consumer sciences, answers this question in his research of social psychological aspects of appearance.