Thank you, StuGov leaders
Student government has been quite “popular” recently with the case of McCahill, Hardy v. Kinghorn. I’ll be the first to admit there were mistakes in the interpretation of the governing documents from the Senate Executive Council, but how can the court in good conscience issue such a verdict when their entire operation is in conflict?
I am a bit surprised by the outrage on social media after the Student Court’s decision in McCahill, Hardy v. Kinghorn. In my opinion, the court’s 22-page analysis showed a high level of judicial knowledge and careful weighing of the evidence. The court ruled on specific violations of the Constitution and Senate bylaws
The Lariat has impressed me since I started law school here in the fall. The articles are generally thoughtful, pertinent and fair. However, I find the recent article about Baylor declining to investigate the local SAE chapter outright offensive.
My first experience in the brand new McLane Stadium was not the home opener as tickets were gone before I
One time I had a dream that coffee and ice cream would one day walk hand in hand. One day I woke up, read the Baylor Lariat and slapped a cow sideways while yelling yeehaw when I saw it was coming into reality.
Although Baylor has dipped its toe into many wonderful outlets that promote environmental sustainability, such as recycling bins for plastic and paper, there has become a lack of trash receptacles on campus.
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
It sounds like a great plan – so-called “free” community college will make education cheaper, create jobs, and stimulate the economy!