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Baylor Alumni Association statement regarding legal action

The Baylor Alumni Association, its current president, and its immediate past president were sued Tuesday, July 2, in Waco federal court by a single member of the 17,000-member association who is a resident of Illinois.

The lawsuit, which also names Baylor University as a defendant, seeks in the immediate term to prohibit Baylor University from removing the Hughes-Dillard Alumni Center, an action requested by the university in connection with the construction of the new on-campus Baylor Stadium.

A temporary restraining order was issued by the court, and a hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, July 10.

The BAA will present its defense in court.

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