Campus safety. That is precisely what the campus concealed carry bill I authored is about.
I first want to thank and congratulate the Student Senate for making a common sense and practical decision to allow CHL holders to carry on Baylor’s campus.
I just wanted to take the time and comment on how pleased I am with Baylor and mostly the professors I have this semester.
I’m writing to express my concern regarding the roads on campus. I see them as dated and hard to navigate through.
I understand that a quality education is expensive, but could Baylor University spare some of the enormous amounts of money they receive each year to update the facilities on campus?
As a junior Baylor student, hearing that the Penland Dining Hall was going to be completely redone, I was extremely nervous for the new changes.
Wifi is valuable to not only students but to everyone who needs to use the internet on or off campus.
As a student who studies late at night, I was introduced to the golf cart shuttle service provided here on campus.
Danny Huizinga’s Sept.10 guest column titled “Viewpoint: Freedom from religion groups not helping kids” belittles Orange County Public Schools’ (Fla.) decision to eliminate football chaplains at the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s request. I’m the foundation attorney who showed the school system that their chaplains were unconstitutional.
Regarding Megan Grindstaff’s April 15 column titled “Greek organizations should have pledges,” perhaps it is time to throw the baby out with the bath water.