Ms. Frizzle’s curly red updo and over-the-top wardrobe are enough to make any Baylor student nostalgic. The “Magic School Bus” icon has made her way from the TV screen to campus, thanks to a new exhibit at the Mayborn Museum.
Spring breakers staying in Waco can travel not across the state, but through time and experience rituals of a past time at the Mayborn Museum.
The Gov. Bill and Vara Daniel Historic Village is holding daily activities from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday for their Spring in the Village event. The village, which is based on a 1890s community on the Brazos River, will hold activities that mirror early Texas settler life.
The Gov. Bill and Vara Daniel Historic Village will reopen to the public May 12 after two years of renovations, according to university sources.
The Red Men Museum and Library, a simple, red brick building, is not Waco’s most iconic attraction.
Students interested in serving the Waco community can do so by volunteering at the Physics Circus in the Mayborn Museum Complex until Friday.
Deck the quadrangle with songs of Holly (Tucker); ’tis the season to take a carriage ride and be jolly. Don we now our 5th Street apparel; troll the Baylor language department’s carol. Fa la la la la, la la la la.
Baylor Libraries has committed to purchase VGo, a remotely controlled robot that will be used for virtual tours of Armstrong Browning Library Baylor hopes the tool will help enhance learning for students in grades K-12. Use of a VGo robot was demonstrated Thursday by Baylor Libraries staff at the Greater Waco Community Education Alliance Summit at the Waco Convention Center.
The director of media relations at the White House during President Ronald Reagan’s term, Merrie Spaeth, will speak on the importance of communication skills this Thursday on campus and at the Mayborn Museum.
Students can catch a free screening of “Blue Like Jazz the Movie” and chat with the author of the book that inspired the movie afterward at 9 p.m. March 15 in the Mayborn Museum Complex’s Sony Theater.