Bear Briefs: March 27-29

Writing Center to hire undergrads

The Writing Center in the Carroll Science Building will now hire undergraduate students. Previously, the Writing Center was staffed only by M.A. and Ph.D students from the English Department. Undergraduate students now have the opportunity to work as Peer Tutors. The Writing Center is hoping the change will enable it to expand its services and expertise, assist more students and diversify the staff body. Students from across campus come to the writing center for help with many types of writing (academic, technical, scientific, professional, civic, business, digital, etc.). To support all of these needs, high achieving students with a 3.5 GPA or higher are welcome to apply.

Human trafficking event raises awareness on campus

Sigma Phi Lambda is teaming up with nonprofit Unbound and hosting a Human Trafficking Awareness event from 7:30 – 9 p.m. Tuesday in 101 Cashion. Participants will hear from speakers and learn to see the signs of human trafficking and how to promote change in the community.

Baylor Libraries to host gospel concert

The Baylor Libraries and Heavenly Voices are hosting/sponsoring the third annual Voices and Vinyl concert at 1 p.m. on Tuesday in the foyer of Moody Memorial Library. The concert will feature Baylor’s Heavenly Voices Gospel Choir and include selections of black gospel music. The music was inspired by the Black Gospel Music Restoration project.