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    Going green for God

Going green for God

Environmentalism is oftentimes thought of as a social or political issue, but environmentalism reveals itself as an issue of faith when Christians analyze biblical text and apply the idea of stewardship to the earth.

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Halloween gives churches unique opportunity

With the excitement and preparation surrounding Halloween, church groups and Christians alike have a decision to make about participating in the holiday festivities. Several churches in the Waco community see the occasion as an opportunity to evangelize and serve local communities.

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    Figuring out Halloween through Christian lenses

Figuring out Halloween through Christian lenses

While some churches today take issue with children dressing as ghouls and goblins for Halloween, many churches are accepting of the holiday.

Halloween as modern Americans observe it is an American creation that has roots in something called the All Saints Day festival from Europe, said Dr. Rosalie Beck, associate professor of religion.

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    Lecturing philosopher reconciles science, religion

Lecturing philosopher reconciles science, religion

One of the country’s most prominent philosophers claimed Thursday it is science and naturalism — not science and religion — that conflict with one another in front of a packed room of Baylor students and faculty.

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Red Men Museum and Library offers glimpse into fraternity culture

The Red Men Museum and Library, a simple, red brick building, is not Waco’s most iconic attraction.

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    Woman converts to witchcraft in search of answers

Woman converts to witchcraft in search of answers

From her Harley Davidson T-shirt, dark lipstick and eyeshadow against her pale complexion, red streaks in her black hair and pentagram hung around her neck, one might think Xaos Giovanni to be a Goth at first glance — but the truth is more complex.

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    Missionary family flings green and gold afar

Missionary family flings green and gold afar

The day after her graduation from Baylor in May 1971, Annie Singer* walked out of Miller Chapel hand-in-hand with her new groom to the tune of “Now Thank We All Our God.”

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    Tuition, research rise since Baylor 2012’s launch

Tuition, research rise since Baylor 2012’s launch

In the 10 years since the university adopted an ambitious new vision outlined in the “Baylor 2012” initiative, the university’s new capital investments in research and residential facilities have coincided with consistent annual increases in the cost of a Baylor education.

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    For some, Baylor seems the natural choice

For some, Baylor seems the natural choice

Many school traditions start freshman year at Baylor, such as Line Camp, Welcome Week, learning the stories of the Immortal Ten and running the Baylor Line with a line jersey and slime cap. Some traditions, however, start long before students even think about applying to college. Some Baylor students are born into Baylor families.

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    Seminar to teach students missions photography skills

Seminar to teach students missions photography skills

Baylor students can learn how to share their mission trip stories and the stories of those they meet through photography at a workshop next week.

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