Almost from the moment he arrived on campus in February of 2008, head coach Art Briles told the administration that he wanted a stadium. Baylor had not qualified for a bowl game since 1994 and finished winless in the Big 12 in 2007, but Briles thought a stadium would be necessary to take the next step toward becoming an elite football program.
The opening of McLane Stadium will bring with it several changes to the game day experience meant to increase fan safety, according to a press release by Baylor Athletics.
The effect of yet another record-breaking enrollment year for Baylor became evident a month before move-in day when upperclassmen were asked to make room for new students.
Rates of campus sex crimes are on a steady rise nationwide, according to the U.S. Department of Education.
After publishing their controversial spring issue of The Baylor Line titled “The Real Story,” the Baylor Alumni Association has filed a countersuit against Baylor University alleging the university failed to uphold an official contract between the two entities.
Counting calories in a meal will soon happen with a push of a button.
Downtown Waco is attracting new methods of transportation to help fans get to McLane Stadium on game day.
The recent closure of the Clarion Hotel on South 4th Street caused many to lose reservations just weeks before Move2BU week began and highlighted the benefits of seeking alternative housing options for visitors.
Baylor 2 Law, a new program being offered at Baylor Law School, is giving incoming pre-law students an opportunity to further their legal education and future careers.
Three percent of construction is all that remains before fans can enter the $266 million McLane Stadium to watch the Baylor Bears face off against Southern Methodist University.