Archived News – January 2014

Arts & Sciences News

Jan
28
2014
What began with one Baylor professor’s efforts to save black gospel music recordings before they disappeared is now going to be a part of the Smithsonian Institution. The Black Gospel Music Restoration Project — officially launched in 2008 by Baylor professor Robert Darden, and managed and maintained by the Baylor Libraries’ Digital Projects Group – will …
Jan
16
2014
Last spring, we cheered on Baylor student Holly Tucker on NBC’s The Voice, where she eventually made the competition’s final six. Now, yet another Baylor students is making a name for himself on a nationally televised singing competition. Savion Wright, a senior medical humanities major from Jasper, Texas, was featured on last night’s season debut …
Jan
14
2014
In rural Kenya, mothers-to-be face challenges shared by expectant mothers in underdeveloped nations around the globe, transportation chief among them. They know they need to get proper care, but getting to a clinic or hospital often proves too difficult. Baylor senior Jolene Damoiseaux (pictured above), a biology major from the Houston area, met many of …
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