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The Line Online: Check out the Winter 2010 Issue

The Winter 2010 issue of the Baylor Line is now available on the Baylor Alumni Association (BAA) website. With a cover story, What Am I Doing Here?, by 2008 graduate and Peace Corps volunteer Claire St. Amant, the issue is full of great stories about alumni who are changing the world.

Also included are profiles of the 2010 recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Awards, which will be presented on January 15. To read about these four amazing graduates, go to Honoring Achievement.

Readers might also be interested in the Special Report that details the events of the fall 2009 regarding Baylor University’s merger proposal to the BAA, the subsequent withdrawal of that proposal by the university, a summary of public response received by the BAA, and expert opinions on the issue from academic and alumni leaders.

Of course the issue includes all the regular features and sections—Around the Quad, Sports Report, BAA News, Under Review, A Look Back, and Down the Years.

The magazine was mailed to BAA members on January 6. If you are a member and do not receive your copy in a timely manner, please contact the BAA at 1-888-710-1859.

Being a member of the BAA is the way to get a hard copy of the magazine and to be able to read the Down the Years class notes section. If you are not a member and would like to join, you may do so online at Membership. Or give the BAA a call at 1-888-710-1859.

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