In a decade where people feel the need to upload pictures of their coffee, outfits and themselves, it has become easy to fall into a pattern of judgment.
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With as much attention as the issue has been receiving lately, the U.S.’s decisions concerning the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria and its many threats to national security has the nation wondering what the near future is going to look like.
“Good teacher, he really seems to care … about what I have no idea.”
Baylor was recently ranked number 71 among more than 250 schools in the U.S., and that can be a great indicator of what our university can provide for its students.
With the growing disparity in college football nowadays, it’s easy to get the idea that there might be a bit of bias in regards to the major rankings. To see an example of this, look no further than the recent polls just released.
We’ve all been guilty of scrolling through Instagram, uploading our own pictures and liking other people’s pictures and seeing who likes our own. But how much is too much?
I believe in writing letters.
Cherish your pet and make sure it is always taken care of. That may seem like an obvious statement to some. However, just about every day I discover a new reason to believe that a lot of people take their animals for granted.
Endless mobs of people cross in front of my car as I wait to turn. It hasn’t been that long, I know it hasn’t, but it feels like years in car time. When you’re on Baylor’s campus, you no longer follow the rules of the road. You follow the rules of the walkers. And bikers. Just anyone who isn’t driving.
The National Football League is the most profitable sports league in the world, and possibly one of the most powerful institutions in the United States. Unfortunately, the league has a black mark when it comes to one of the most basic tenants of society: protecting women.