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Why Independent?

This article was published in the Fall 2009 issue of The Baylor Line.  FOR 150 YEARS, the Baylor Alumni Association (BAA) has provided alumni with an organization through which they can demonstrate—in both word and deed—their full support of Baylor University’s unique mission as an institution of higher education. Over the years, as Baylor’s mission […]

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History of The Baylor Line Foundation

Key dates in the history of the Baylor Line Foundation (formerly the Baylor Alumni Association) 1859:  Fourteen years after Baylor University was chartered by the Republic of Texas, Baylor President Rufus Burleson announces the creation of an alumni association, and Baylor graduates begin formally meeting. By the June commencement, 42 former students—23 men and 19 women—qualify for

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The Real Story

After years of controversy, the Baylor Alumni Association reveals the truth behind the ongoing alumni relations fight at Baylor SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2013, dawned bright and clear on the Baylor campus. As the chimes in Pat Neff Hall struck the half hour, several students walked their dogs along Fountain Mall while a number of Baylor

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