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Baylor is back: Bears win seventh straight against Kansas State
When a team is slumping, everyone wonders, “When can they finally get back to normal?” Unfortunately for Bruce Weber, Baylor answered that question with a monstrous second half to knock off the Wildcats 75-60 on Wednesday.
Baylor professor gains national leadership role serving teachers
Dr. Rachelle Meyer Rogers (Ed.D. ’05), clinical associate professor in Baylor’s School of Education, will assume the role of president for the Association of Teacher Educators this month.
Ex-Baylor coach Clyde Hart shares memories with local athletes
The Hall of Fame former Baylor track and field coach recounted his experience as a coach and trainer in Little Rock during the era of desegregation to a group of University High School athletes. (Possible paywall)
Freddy’s new CEO is also a Baylor Bear
Chris Dull (’95), a former Teaff-era linebacker, was tapped as the chain’s new chief executive officer after serving in leadership for other fast-casual restaurant companies for over two decades.
BL Classic: The abundant life of Sherry Castello
Her tenure as editor of Baylor Line Magazine lasted from 1968 to 1990, a remarkable time in the life of Baylor University, of America, of Castello herself. During that time, the magazine expertly, thoroughly, and fairly covered the school’s sometimes tumultuous transition from sleepy regional Baptist college to nationally ranked research university. (Possible paywall)