The McLennan County representatives voted unanimously in favor of a new rural transit system Thursday evening at the McLennan County Courthouse.
With almost a month gone from 2015, students may be looking to restrengthen their New Year’s commitments to healthy eating.
Those wanting to do so can learn about healthy cooking options from 6 to 8 p.m. next Monday at the Creative Arts Building of the Extraco Events Center, where the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will present the 2015 Dinner Tonight Healthy Cooking School
By Rachael Leeland Staff Writer With the advent of a new year, students may be looking for ways to start the year off on a healthy note to keep up with their New Year’s resolutions. Those wanting to do so can learn about healthy cooking options from 6 to 8
President Barack Obama approved a bill to rename the Waco Veterans Affairs Medical Center after the first African-American to receive the Navy Cross, Waco resident Doris “Dorie” Miller on Dec. 19.
Over 200 people of all ages, colors and backgrounds gathered Monday at the Jubilee Theatre for Mission Waco’s production of “A Woman Called Truth: The Story of Sojourner Truth.” The production was a part of a day long celebration addressing racial history and tensions of Waco.
Though only two miles away from campus, few Baylor students have visited the street that once stood as Waco’s cultural and economic heart.
Those who have visited find Elm Street bears more resemblance to a ghost town than the bustling economic center it once was.
Now, over 60 years since the community was devastated by a tornado in 1953 that claimed hundreds of businesses, a specialized team of Baylor business students led by Dr. Marlene Reed, a senior lecturer, have set themselves to the task of revitalizing the community.
Over 200 people of all ages, colors and backgrounds gathered Monday at the Jubilee Theatre for Mission Waco’s production of “A Woman Called Truth: The Story of Sojourner Truth.” The production was a part of a daylong celebration addressing racial history and tensions of Waco.
Four Baylor students were named winners Thursday in a Fox Sports University program competition that will utilize their marketing research and data for the network.
Baylor social work doctoral candidate Melissa Ishio loves her classes. Like other students, she attends lectures, has group discussions and meets one-on-one with her professors. But unlike other students, Ishio has been taking them in Japan for the past year.
A new study published by two Baylor researchers reported that small and local businesses have a history of better employee satisfaction and commitment compared to bigger companies.