Panelists discussed religious freedom and how the Waco community can help those affected by religious persecution on Thursday at the Global Religious Freedom Summit in the Kayser Auditorium of the Hankamer School of Business.
After a lengthy search, Dr. Michael K. McLendon will be returning back to his alma mater as the new dean for Baylor’s School of Education.
Student Senate unanimously passed a bill at Thursday’s meeting that recommended visitation hours for all residence halls across campus be the same.
Former U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf joined President and Chancellor Ken Starr in a conversation about the Islamic State and religious freedom Wednesday night, as part of the “On Topic with President Ken Starr” series.
By Hannah Neumann Staff Writer In the case of McCahill, Hardy v. Kinghorn, the Baylor Student Court ruled in favor
According to the latest statistics compiled by the university, the incoming fall freshman class is the most selective in Baylor history, as current numbers put the current acceptance rate at approximately 44 percent.
Students who have had a minority roommate are more likely to have positive perceptions of minority groups, according to data gathered from the U.S. Air Force Academy and analyzed by Dr. Jim West, professor of economics.
It’s a question that almost every student will ask themselves when they graduate — how I am going to pay for student loans?
By Amanda Hayes Reporter Anyone who has used their camera phone can thank innovator Larry Thorpe in part for making
By Reubin Turner City Editor President and Chancellor Ken Starr will sit down this week with former U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf to discuss religious freedom issues nationally and abroad. Wolf