Baylor found unprecedented success in the 2014 RecycleMania competition. After seven weeks of competition, the results are in, and Baylor outranked even its own record.
A new miniature running trail, called the Cub Trail, will be added to campus this summer, which will create a half-mile loop around the rugby fields near the Baylor Sciences Building.
Students still looking for employment or internships during the summer while taking classes can look for opportunities at the Work in Waco Job Fair.
In support of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Baylor’s Beta Tau chapter of Delta Delta Delta plans to host its second annual Delta Duck Races from 5 to 7 p.m. today at the Baylor Marina.
The face of transportation in Waco may be changing. The city has hired firms CDM Smith Inc. and RJ Rivera Associates to conduct a study of transportation downtown and to provide an analysis and recommendations for the city. The direction of streets, make-up of sidewalks and routes of buses may be updated in the coming decade.
At first glance, Pastor Eric Howell of Dayspring Baptist Church in Waco faces a tough crowd every Sunday morning. Scattered throughout the congregation are a number of expert philosophers and theologians from Baylor that keep Howell on his toes. On top of that, Howell has committed what is possibly the one unforgivable sin on Baylor turf — he is an Aggie.
When 12-year-old Jason Andrews walked into the Chi Omega room in the Stacey Riddle Forum at 2 p.m. last Sunday side by side with LaPlace, La., sophomore Rico Gathers, forward for the Baylor men’s basketball team, he did so to the cheers of over 100 members of the sorority.
After a competitive campaign season for student body elections, Arlington junior Dominic Edwards was elected student body president. He received 1,617 votes, 502 more votes than his opponent San Antonio sophomore Chase Hardy.
The founders of Campus Bike, a company created to support more environmentally sustainable campuses, plan on changing the way students use on-campus transportation by bringing bike-sharing to Baylor’s campus.
Waco police reported no arrests or citations in connection with Diadeloso celebrations yesterday.