Hymns for Hunger, a musical duo made up of artists Cindy Morgan and Andrew Greer, will perform at 8:30 p.m. Oct. 1 at Baylor’s Roxy Grove Hall because of efforts by both Student Activities and the Venue and Events Marketing class led by Dr. Charles Fifield, senior lecturer of marketing.
Shepard’s Heart Food Pantry is offering the Waco community a chance to compete in the first Hungry Games Adventure Race to support hunger relief in Waco.
According to a national report by the Current Population Survey, student voter participation is on the decline, but two Baylor professors see a future where students are both informed about and active in the political process.
Federal and state authorities arrested 21 members of the Aryan Brotherhood on Thursday in Waco in connection with a methamphetamine distribution operation.
Two Baylor Army ROTC cadets have more in common than the uniforms they wear. For the first time in Baylor’s history, two siblings are contracted together, set on a career path toward military service.
Science, technology, engineering, and math focused employers will visit campus today to recruit students for careers and internships today.
While the Great Recession led many into financial strife, research by a Baylor professor shows some adults united through the tumultuous time to lessen their strain.
Baylor’s new partnership with American University will offer students an intensive program for a wider array of studies across 12 areas of study.
Most Baylor students are not strangers to high tuition costs and working long hours to keep up with their fees.
Apple unveiled its long-anticipated smartwatch Tuesday, introducing a device that transplants the features of an iPhone onto a smaller screen that’s never more than an arm’s length away.