From Ukraine to Waco: Dr. Serigy Kudelia
From Ukraine to Waco, a Baylor professor spreads his story and expertise on the Ukrainian-Russian War.
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The Busiest, Craziest Time To Be A College Student
Baylor Homecoming has been in my life since I can remember. Having alumni parents, I have been raised to bleed
The Good News
Spirit has been meeting soul in supernatural ways since 1988 at Baylor through the Heavenly Voices choir of gospel-singing students
Baylor in the Year 2000
Editor’s Note: For now over 75 years, Baylor Line has been publishing vivid storytelling from across the Baylor Family. I
Still Standing Tall & Proud
“At some point in their Baylor journeys, practically all of our students have taken a class in Tidwell, which houses
“Bittersweet doesn’t even come close”: Seniors Respond To Cancelled Commencement
Three months ago (or, wait, was that just a few week?), Baylor made a decision that changed the academic lives
Navigating the New Normal: How One Department Is Adapting to Online Instruction
“Well…now what?” In the midst of Baylor’s transition to online classes for the remainder of the semester, many students and
Baylor Cancels Classes As Coronavirus Fears Grow
We are now entering uncharted territory for Baylor. On March 11, 2020, Baylor University students, faculty, staff, and community at
Coffee, customers, and family: Baylor’s best baristas
“Jakey? Jackie? What does this say?” Rosie asked. “Jakey? No, it’s Jackie,” Belinda said with a laugh. “Jackie!” Rosie called
Some things never change — does Sing?
All University Sing is a Baylor tradition that alumni and students both are familiar with, but are the Sing productions
Businesses in the Making: Baylor’s 1846 Incubator Program
As a full-time student, balancing schoolwork, social life and extracurriculars is hard enough. But creating, owning and growing a company
Not every day’s your birthday
[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjGnvjqpQvo[/embedyt] Video by Olivia Bragg It’s not every day that two American black bears have a university-wide birthday party.
Christmas Camels: A walk through Baylor’s Christmas on 5th
Photos and video by Olivia Bragg [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qqd0qOmTp34[/embedyt] [envira-gallery id=”10156″] Besides Christmas on 5th finally falling on the 5th of
House Games: An inside look at Baylor’s Quidditch team
Yes, Quidditch, the sport from the book and movie series Harry Potter. Club sports provide a route for athletic students
Where’s Waldo: Baylor Halloween Edition
Photos by Olivia Bragg and Andi Risk It’s not often that you find Waldo and Nemo in the same place.
The Forgotten Community of Sandtown
Today, you’ll find Interstate 35, the Texas Ranger Museum, the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, Baylor Law School, Baylor’s Mayborn Museum