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    Starr names Still new dean of seminary

Starr names Still new dean of seminary

President and Chancellor Ken Starr announced the appointment of Dr. Todd D. Still as Dean of George W. Truett Theological Seminary on Wednesday Feb. 25. Still will begin his term as dean June 1.

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    ALS Challenge freezes top officials

ALS Challenge freezes top officials

The ice bucket may stop with Obama, but Baylor President and Chancellor Ken Starr accepted the challenge to help support Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.

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Baylor establishes College of Health and Human Sciences

The Baylor Board of Regents voted today to establish the College of Health and Human Sciences. The meeting also included the election of new regents, the approval of new goals for Pro Futuris and presentations of appreciation by the Baylor Faculty Senate.

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    Acclaimed journalist visits campus: Williams, Starr cover topics from politics to Mandela

Acclaimed journalist visits campus: Williams, Starr cover topics from politics to Mandela

In the midst of ever mounting public frustration with the federal government, Fox News commentator Juan Williams, a man with over 20 years of experience as a journalist covering America’s political scene, featured as the guest speaker in Baylor’s “On Topic with Ken Starr” Thursday evening in Waco Hall.

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First Amendment rights only for people, not corporations

A day before oral arguments in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. were heard at the Supreme Court, USA Today and The Baylor Lariat published an op-ed penned by our President and Chancellor, Ken Starr.

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    Pres. Starr talks birth control in Capitol City before court hearing

Pres. Starr talks birth control in Capitol City before court hearing

Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. challenged the U.S. Department for Health and Human Service’s mandate that all employers provide employees contraceptives in accordance with the Affordable Care Act at the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday.

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    Starr: Greens’ religious objection to HHS mandate valid

Starr: Greens’ religious objection to HHS mandate valid

During the first year of his two-term Presidency, Bill Clinton waxed eloquent when signing the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law. The President forcefully warned of judicially-created dangers to Americans’ religious freedom. A lawyer himself, President Clinton addressed the nation not only in legal and constitutional terms but spoke more broadly into American culture.

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    University sets records, raises funds for college’s future plans

University sets records, raises funds for college’s future plans

Baylor has long been an institution characterized by success and record setting, and its fundraising initiatives are no exception.

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OSHA reviews death of worker

By Paula Ann Solis Staff Writer Occupational Safety and Health Administration has began investigating the death of Jose Dario Suarez, 55, who died Tuesday night after machinery at the McLane Stadium construction site dragged him 16 feet into the Brazos River, said Lori Fogleman, Baylor’s assistant vice president for media

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    Starr meets pope, talks  faith

Starr meets pope, talks faith

President Ken Starr and Tom Farr of Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs met the pope with about 60 scholars and journalists participating in a two-day conference on Christianity and freedom in Rome last month.

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