Approximately one in eight women in the United States will contract breast cancer sometime in their lifetime, according to the National Cancer Institute.
Each week, Sports Illustrated selects one cheerleader in the nation to shine the spotlight on during college football season, and the latest pick was Baylor’s own League City sophomore Casey Dervay.
Over the past six weeks, 15 Baylor students have worked to design a project that has the potential to become part of the Baylor game day experience for years to come.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but a new club on campus is fighting to raise money year-round for the cause.
When the Clothes Brothers started their clothing company a year ago, they knew profit-maximization would not be their main objective.
Baylor’s Department of Wellness and the Alcohol Awareness Advisory Board are putting on the first “Rethink Your Drink” 5K to bring alcohol awareness to the Baylor community.
According to a book written by Joshua Hays, research fellow for Baylor’s Institute for Studies of Religion, Star Wars themes mimic those taught in Scripture.
Activists throughout history have used the power of music, news coverage and social networking to spread movements, and the tradition continues with demonstrators in Ferguson, Mo.
The Baylor Counseling Center is breaking down barriers that exist between concerned counselors and distressed students with two new programs.
Throw away emails with unexpected attachments or links, create long strong passwords and lock all devices. These are steps Information and Technology Services recommends to keep devices and personal data safe.