I thought your article, “Christians, show your love with actions”, published Nov. 14, 2014, brought up a very interesting point which could be developed further.
The Lariat’s recent editorial (“Invest in economy with free two-year community college,” Jan. 28) is centered around an attempt to peddle Obama’s community college plan as an economic stimulus. This plan to fund two years of community college for anyone who wants it will in fact hurt the economy, because
It sounds like a great plan – so-called “free” community college will make education cheaper, create jobs, and stimulate the economy!
What’s wrong Baylor nation? Why can’t we fill the Ferrell Center for our men and women’s home games? We have had one of the best overall basketball programs the past five years plus, and here we are once again with both teams ranked in the top 25 and yet we
When current Baylor students were asked what some of the most noticeable errors on campus that struck as most prominent were, among the topics presented was poor placement of our campus sprinklers. Although winter has been upon us, many have still noticed how our campus sprinklers tend to miss the
I wish to provide some perspective from a Baylor student with regard to the subject of the religion courses required at Baylor. As I’m sure you are aware, Baylor University requires every student to take and complete two religion courses in order to receive a diploma from the university. These,
At Baylor, all freshmen are required to live on campus. The requirement to live on campus encourages students to be involved with others in their dorm. The dorms at Baylor also have problems, like a lack of space and particularly lack of space to study.
Thanks so much to the Baylor Lariat editorial board for introducing the topic of service. I have the privilege of being the director of Baylor Missions, and it was good to see our program get a “shout out.”
Monday night, Baylor screened the documentary “I’m not a Racist…am I?” There was a considerable student turnout. The documentary was insightful and relatable for a large portion of the audience. However, the conversation afterward disappointed me, probably because I’m not a part of the audience who could relate.
In an Oct. 15 article titled “Children Are People Too,” Vanessa Rasanen of The Federalist writes, “Society has stripped our children of their natural worth, instead morphing them into commodities to be weighed, planned, and shaped to conform with what we think is most convenient for us and our timelines.” The author was speaking about abortion, but her point carries over into the discussion over whether Apple and Facebook (and other companies like them) should pay for their female workers to freeze their eggs.