Now well into the new year, throngs of neon Nike tennis shoes still thump the Bear Trail’s packed pavement. The evening sun casts a sacred glow on the dozens of heads bobbing to various choices of music. The gym’s treadmills, too, are revolving doors for students running to uphold their
Making two years of community college free is an investment in the people of America and a necessary change heading toward the future economic climate.
By Maleesa Johnson Baylor students have developed a reputation for being somewhat resistant to changes on campus. Even with the addition of the glorious McLane Stadium, we found something to complain about. I know, because I was part of the online ticket resistance. Don’t get me started with the upheaval
President Barack Obama talked on several important topics last week in his annual State of the Union Address. In the address, he made it clear that issues that affect the middle class would be on the forefront of his agenda. While many on opposite sides of the aisle in Congress
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
With the overwhelming number of new experiences we must navigate and manage, the conviction that the decisions made in college determine the greater part of our lives can prove daunting.
Sometimes it is difficult to separate fact from fiction. This is especially true when it comes to movies that are supposedly “based on a true story.”
Despite the fact that Sing helps to bridge the gap between current students and alumni, students participating in Sing often find themselves having to choose between what they know is best for them, and what leaders of their respective organization think is best for them.
Online streaming systems will create a world without the need for movie theaters or movie distribution.
Journalism was neither a popular nor healthy career choice in 2014. Despite this, I’ve known journalism was my calling for a few years now. I know that I was born to write for newsprint.