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Friday, May 27, 2022

Black History Month

Illustration by Joshua Kim

Fashion show raises $600, showcases cultural diversity

By Christina Soto | Broadcast Reporter The African Student Association hosted “A Night In Africa” fashion show Sunday evening and raised $600 for its philanthropy,...

Daughter of Malcolm X speaks at Black Heritage Banquet

By Joy Moton | Staff Writer The Association of Black students and the department of multicultural affairs hosted the 30th annual Black Heritage Banquet Thursday...

NAACP hosts The Black Art Experience

By Christina Soto | Broadcast Reporter The Baylor NAACP will host The Black Art Experience at 7 p.m. on Feb. 28 in Barfield Drawing Room....

Astrophysicist inspires students to reach high

By Jack Parsley | Reporter Dr. Jedidah Isler, the first African-American woman to receive a PhD in astrophysics from Yale, shared the story of her...

‘Divine Nine’ to kick off NHPC week

By Joy Moton | Staff Writer The National Pan-Hellenic Council is hosting National Pan-Hellenic Council Week beginning Tuesday night with Greek 101, an event designed...

BU to host 2018 Conference on Black Student Government

By Christina Soto | Broadcast Reporter Every year, a university that is part of the Big 12 Council on Black Student Government hosts the Annual...

Baylor NAACP celebrates modern black history

By Joy Moton | Staff Writer Videos of African-American students at Baylor are circulating on Twitter because of a hashtag that Baylor NAACP set in...

Sorority to host artistic black history event

By Joy Moton | Staff Writer Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. will host Jazz n' Stanzas at 7 p.m. Friday in the Baines Room of...

Black student union makes history at Baylor

By Joy Moton | Staff Writer Exactly 50 years ago, Barbara Walker and Robert Lewis Gilbert became the first African American students to graduate from...

Natasha speaks on forgiveness with peers

By Christina Soto | Broadcast Reporter Students gathered in the North Russell classroom for a session called “Talk with Natasha." Lusaka, Zambia junior...

Celebrate diversity in the classroom

When we think back to some of our earliest and most influential role models, thoughts of kind-hearted teachers often come to mind. After all,...