Softball. Softball Adds Two Additions to 2015 Roster

Baylor head coach Glenn Moore bulked up his pitching rotation and added speed on the base paths with two late additions to the 2015 roster.

Football. Meet the Press: Football Weekly Presser vs. Texas Tech

Baylor football head coach Art Briles met with the media Monday afternoon to discuss the Bears' Saturday game vs. Texas Tech.

Football. Three Bears Make Earl Campbell Award Semifinalist List

Baylor offensive stars Corey Coleman, Shock Linwood and Bryce Petty are three of 16 semifinalists for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award, the award's selection committee announced Monday.

W. Basketball. WBB's Nina Davis Named to Wooden Award Preseason List

Baylor sophomore Nina Davis is one of 30 student-athletes on the Preseason John R. Wooden Award list it was announced today.

Amarillo Globe-News: Beilue: Starr: Baylor will not compromise its values

Nov. 22, 2014
Column about the leadership of Baylor President and Chancellor Ken Starr as a “unifying presence among Baylor alumni, faculty and students” as he prepares to keynote the annual Amarillo Community Prayer Breakfast on Nov. 25. Judge Starr discusses many aspects of University life, including Baylor’s commitment to its mission and vision as a national research university that embraces its Christian identity, the importance of listening and shared governance, as well as recent historic success in athletics and in fundraising. (Lori Fogleman, assistant vice president for Baylor Media Communications, is the media contact for the President’s Office and assisted with arranging Judge Starr’s interview with columnist Jon Mark Beilue.)

KWBU-FM (Waco, NPR): How Baylor Wired Up McLane Stadium For Your Phone

Nov. 18, 2014
AUDIO LINK INCLUDED: One of the great feats of Baylor’s McLane stadium is how wired it is, but what does it take to supply 45,000 people with cell phone coverage…in a place that didn’t really offer coverage before? KWBU’s Ryland Barton introduces listeners to Baylor and AT&T’s distributed antenna system, or DAS, that allows fans to send and receive about 660 gigabytes of texts, tweets, and video clips every football game. Interviewed for the story are Bob Hartland, associate vice president of information technology infrastructure at Baylor, and Pattie Orr, vice president of information technology. (Lori Fogleman, assistant vice president of Baylor Media Communications, covers information technology at Baylor and helped arrange a Nov. 17 media tour of the DAS at McLane Stadium.)

Amarillo Globe-News: Prayer Breakfast to feature Baylor President Ken Starr

Nov. 19, 2014
Baylor President and Chancellor Ken Starr will be the keynote speaker for the annual Amarillo Community Prayer Breakfast, designed to mobilize prayer and spiritual support in a non-church setting for government and community leaderships and to acknowledge the community’s dependence on God.

CNBC: EnLink Midstream Names New Senior Vice President – Finance and Corporate Development

Nov. 18, 2014
The EnLink Midstream companies have named Benjamin D. Lamb, B.B.A. ’00, to the position of senior vice president of finance and corporate development. He will lead mergers, acquisitions and financing transactions for EnLink while partnering with other units to identify and execute projects that support EnLink’s overall growth strategy.

Waiting and hope at the heart of Giglio’s new Advent devotional

What does the Christmas season have to do with our hopes and desires — the things we wait on and pray for? And how can Advent, the days leading up to Christmas, help us better learn about God, promise and fulfillment? “This season leading up to Christmas builds in us the hope that God is […]

Baylor alum wins national award for research on racial segregation in public schools

Imagine being in elementary school and unable to communicate with teachers and students. You’re alienated, confused and unable to keep pace with your peers. This was Roy Castañeda’s children in the 1970s. Castañeda, whose household (pictured above) spoke primarily Spanish, brought a lawsuit against his local Texas school district, which he believed was allowing racial […]

President Starr welcomes “The Blind Side” couple for “On Topic” conversation

If you’ve seen The Blind Side, you know the story of Sean and Leigh Anne Tuohy, and how two words — “Turn around” — changed their lives forever. (If you’re not familiar with the story, here’s a quick rundown.) The Tuohys were the latest guests in President Ken Starr’s ongoing series of “On Topic” conversations, […]

#EveryoneInBlack set for Saturday

Forget the rankings, the controversy, the fact that the Big 12 could be left out entirely from the first College Football Playoff. All Baylor football can do now is just keep winning. Asked how he would lobby for the No. 7-ranked Bears with the playoff committee on Monday, head coach Art Briles had a pretty pointed […]

Baylor Observes Special Hours Nov. 25 to Nov. 30 for Thanksgiving Holiday

WACO, Texas (Nov. 24, 2014) -- Happy Thanksgiving, Baylor! In honor of the Thanksgiving holiday, Baylor University will not hold classes and administrative offices will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 26, through Sunday, Nov. 30. Other university facilities will modify their hours.

Entrepreneurs to Venture Capitalists: Don’t be a Scrooge

WACO, Texas (Nov. 24, 2014) – Note to venture capitalists: Entrepreneurs are watching to see if you’re naughty or nice.

Baylor Alumnus George Chandler Receives Texas Legal Legend Status

WACO, Texas (Nov. 21, 2014) –Baylor University alumnus George Chandler, B.A. ’60, J.D. ’62, recently received the title of Texas Legal Legend, a high honor given by the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas.

Baylor Celebrates ‘Topping Out’ of $100 Million Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation

WACO, Texas (Nov. 21, 2014) – Since 2001, Baylor University has invested more than $1 billion in new academic, residential and athletics facilities on its campus. Today, Baylor reached the significant “topping out” milestone – or midpoint of construction – on its latest project: the $100 million, 275,000-square-foot Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation. When it opens in fall 2015, the Foster Campus will provide a dynamic new home for the University’s nationally ranked Hankamer School of Business.