From the moment of his birth, John Seymour Belew was destined to devote much of his life to Baylor. He was a war veteran, chemistry scholar, senior administrator, internationalist, civic leader, patron of the arts, and, most of all, a dedicated friend and family member. Thank you, John, for 102 years of life, love, and service.
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Dr. John Belew, former provost of Baylor University, has passed away at the age of 102 after a life of service his country, community, and alma mater.
A year ago the unthinkable happened: losing a brother, friend and husband and father at the place of comfort: a church. Dr. John Cheng (BA ‘91) died a hero when he tackled a gunman who entered Laguna Woods, California’s Irvine Taiwanese Presbyterian Church in May 2022.
“Campbell was synonymous with football in Texas. He’ll be missed by many.” Dave Campbell was the Shakespeare of sportswriters, a
It is with great sadness we mourn the loss of a larger-than-life leader: Wayne Tucker (‘85), Baylor Line Foundation’s Incoming
Hero, mentor, friend — Dr. Robert C. Cloud (MS ‘66, Ed.D. ‘69) was all three of these to me. His influence,
“We were all spoiled by her greatness”: Memories of Barbara “Babs” Baugh from the Baylor Line Family
“Her loving heart and wonderful sense of humor were truly a gift to us all.” This is how Laura Hallmon
The Baylor icon and wife to Dave Campbell died January 5 after several years of declining health. Reba Campbell occupies
Walker Leigh Knight, the Baylor-educated writer and editor whose epic poem The Peacemaker includes the once widely quoted phrase “Peace,