More specifically, what makes Baylor University distinct? What would be missed most if Baylor suddenly ceased to exist? We want to hear from you.
Baylor President Ken Starr has been in his position only one year, but he already seems to know more members of the Baylor family than nearly anyone else.
By Dr. Philip Jenkins
400 years after the KJV was first published, a Baylor expert examines the ways in which the translation shaped the English-speaking world.
By Erika Snoberger Balm, BA '00, and Randy Fiedler
From Texas' time as part of Mexico to its years as a republic and on to today, Baylor and Baylor people have played a large part in shaping the history of this great state.
By Lane Murphy, BA '04, MA '06
The stories of four May graduates -- a star athlete, a servant leader, a BUGWB performer, and the last of six siblings at BU -- exemplify how the Baylor mission is alive and well in the university's newest alumni.