Three nights of treats and spooky Halloween frights await those who choose to enter the haunted house on Fountain Mall.
A call for education in cultural competency at Baylor arose at a panel discussion Tuesday evening on campus.
To celebrate the end of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Baylor Hispanic Student Association and Baylor’s Department of Multicultural Affairs are bringing “What Would You Do” host John Quiñones to Baylor’s campus to speak about his role as a Hispanic newscaster.
A new motion-capture laboratory being set up at Baylor will soon help bio-mechanists treat walking disabilities and develop devices to monitor the body status of patients.
With a record breaking class, more than 3,600 college-bound students chose to call Baylor University home this fall, but there wasn’t exactly enough room for all of them.
In response to an intramural flag football team naming itself Ferguson PD, the Division of Student Life will host a Discerning Dialogue Forum to raise student awareness and sensitivity to current events.
Chemists at Baylor received a $90,000 grant to support research on drugs that kill cancer cells but leave healthy cells unhurt.
Chick-fil-A, the newest addition to the rapidly expanding fast food Mecca nestled between Fifth Street and Seventh Street across the highway from Baylor, opened today.
Baylor’s Campus Diversity Committee is once again supporting unity through differences with its $10,000 Diversity Enhancement Grant.
The Brazos River will welcome a new option for the game day experience via the Waco River Charter, a boating experience for large parties.