Baylor Bears have always risen to the occasion to help those in need. Baylor's student government is leading "Bear the Burden," a campaign for the entire Baylor family to aid disaster relief efforts in Asia.
Educators, scholars and students and Baptist leaders from across the country will assemble in April on the Baylor campus to discuss current issues facing Baptist colleges and universities at a conference titled "The Future of Baptist Higher Education."
The Texas Workforce Commission has awarded a $500,000 grant to a statewide partnership led by Texas State Technical College-Waco, Baylor University and Zyvex Corp., in which Baylor's Center for Astrophysics, Space Physics and Engineering Research plays a significant role.
The Audre and Bernard Rapoport Foundation has granted the community-based literacy program LEAF (Learning English Among Friends) a $45,250 grant to continue its efforts to strengthen families and build the community of South Waco.
Beginning Jan. 18, Baylor will no longer be a dial-in Internet service provider. Having already terminated this service for students several years ago, the University has found it necessary to do the same for faculty and staff. Persons who consistently used the dial-in service over the past four months should already have received an e-mail explaining in detail a proposed transition.
Baylor faculty and staff provide a great service by acting as advisers to student organizations. In our January cover story, Jennifer Alexander says students benefit from the lessons they receive outside the classroom.
More than 31,000 family members and friends gathered on New Years Day at Baylor University's Floyd Casey Stadium for an emotional sendoff ceremony marking the largest deployment of Texas National Guard troops since World War II. View photos from the ceremony taken by Baylor photographers Cliff Cheney and Jason Raddin.