With finals week approaching students will be hitting the books, but this semester they will be able to cozy up next to some furry friends. A nonprofit organization called Angel Paws will bring therapy dogs from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday through Friday to Moody Memorial Library basement.
The Baylor outdoor recreation department will use the great outdoors as its classroom this summer. The previous two years the department has made trips to North Carolina to study outdoor recreation and leisure theory and practices, but this year they are taking it to the next level. They will journey from the rugged peaks of West Texas to the southern Rocky Mountains in Colorado, reaching elevations of over 14,000 feet.
For some, martial arts is a valuable means of self-defense. For Baylor professor Gary Richardson, martial arts has been a lifesaver.
The Baylor chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity will hold their third annual Race One 5K at 8 a.m. Saturday at Jubilee Park with a fun run following at 8:45 a.m.
There isn’t any grass on the field at McLane Stadium, and few seats have been placed in the stands, yet project managers said they are sure in four months Baylor football will have its new home.
Hundreds of jobs are now available to the community for McLane Stadium, which opens in August. Baylor has formed new relationships with companies in the management of the new stadium, and a number of those companies will be hiring hundreds of new workers.
For the next two months, the world famous Vienna Boys’ Choir will tour Japan, stunning audiences as boys ages 10 to 14 perform pieces some adult vocalists could never dream of mastering.
Family, friends and students of Dr. Daniel Greene, former senior lecturer of history, will come together today to grieve his sudden passing.
The National Panhellenic Board of Directors adopted Unanimous Agreement X, a piece of legislation that prohibits the attendance of National Panhellenic Council sorority women at men’s rush events, in November 2011. However, Baylor Panhellenic Council had yet to enforce the policy — until now.
Naomi Dews’ life as a student at Baylor took an unexpected turn after her father passed in 2010 because of diabetic complications. The following year, she joined Community HealthCorps, a national service organization whose mission is to make health care more accessible to underprivileged people.