Students can expect huge changes in campus dining by the start of the fall semester. Penland Food Court will undergo a full-scale renovation, said Brett Perlowski, the director of dining services at Baylor. The interior will be completely gutted and 14,000 square-foot will be added to the exterior of the building for the new dining area, and dining at Penland will be completely different, he said.
Focused, passionate and loving. When asked to describe herself in three words, she used these adjectives. And every single one of them is right on target.
Few places on Earth are quite like this one. You walk into a lively atmosphere and are greeted with smiles from all around. You will notice the cleanliness and high-quality maintenance that has been performed. And oh, that smell. The sweet smell of deliciousness roaming through the air that lovingly finds its way into your nostrils as you contemplate which heavenly goodness off the menu your body shall consume this time.
Baylor will host its first on-campus plastic foam-free event at 5:30 p.m. on Friday at the Brothers Under Christ Island Party.
Brothers Under Christ Fraternity is bringing a wave of highly acclaimed Christian artists to Fountain Mall for this year’s Island Party, a community-wide free concert event featuring Rush of Fools, Jimmy Needham, The Advice and The Reliques. Activities will start at 5:30. to 10:30 p.m on Friday.
Returning students may notice a little more Baylor green around campus as they arrive for classes this August, with the final aesthetic touches of Baylor 2012 coming to reality.
Senior classes have been giving back to Baylor in the form of senior class gifts for years. This year, students will have the chance to eat at some of their favorite restaurants and contribute to a fully-fledged scholarship for students.
Student body senate passed several bills and revisions in yesterday’s meeting, several of which financed events held by various student organizations.
The words spring break bring to mind different things for different people. For two Baylor students, this spring break meant a return visit to the earthquake- and tsunami-ravaged areas of Chile.