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.
A man who escaped prison in his native Mexico while serving a murder sentence was executed in Texas on Wednesday for fatally beating a former Baylor University history professor and attacking his wife more than 16 years ago.
What happens when you combine southern tradition, moderately priced clothing and a flair for business? You get The Southern Gentleman, a clothing company owned and operated by Dallas junior Jackson Vaughn and Nashville, Tenn., sophomore Scott Dalton.
Love of God. Love of learning. Love of neighbor. This motto, for which the Honors Residential College is founded on, has transcended mere speech and moved a group of honors students to action within the East Waco community.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s March 7 media statement called the decision to eliminate pledging from its fraternity experience “historic.”
Student Government candidates state their platforms
Late-night meetings, fiery debates and resolution writing are just a few of the demanding tasks required of the members of Baylor’s Model United Nations team. The class and club, which has been a part of Baylor since 1989, meets each Monday to focus on global issues.
Students, faculty and local residents are coming together to walk about it, not just talk about it, at an event raising awareness for eating disorders.
Former Baylor football player, Tevin Sherard Elliott, 22, was denied his plea for a retrial Monday and will continue to serve a 20-year prison sentence for two counts of sexual assault, according to a court official.