A new laboratory is being set up in the chemistry department to facilitate cancer drug research and spur economic development in Texas.
Three Baylor graduates following separate career paths and living in three different parts of the world have two things in common — a passion for the deaf community and an attribution to Baylor for their success.
Brad Wigtil, Baylor’s newly appointed chief of police, said he is taking his new post as an opportunity to improve communication within and around Baylor.
The Central Texas chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will hold its first Out of the Darkness Walk this weekend in Waco.
Student body president Dominic Edwards vetoed the Concealed Carry bill Thursday, and after a vote by Student Senate, the veto stands.
A toxicology scientist at Baylor is testing a new drug that may cure traumatic brain injuries for soldiers fighting on the battlefield.
Professors from Baylor’s journalism, public relations and new media department received awards for their efforts to increase diversity at a meeting Wednesday.
While people who speak multiple languages are often thought of as diverse, people who use American Sign Language are sometimes thought of as disabled, a perception the deaf community would like to change.
Hopes for the Brazos Riverwalk business sector’s growth have been put on hold as negotiations between Brazos Riverfront Development, Ltd., and the city of Waco have been suspended.
Students looking to take a bite out of their busy schedules can attend the fifth annual Spaghetti Not-So-Formal dinner today.