Baylor Forward Stories
As a coach, I know to win, a team must be united, dedicated to a single purpose. For Baylor to continue to win, our alumni must be steadfast in their dedication to move Baylor Forward.
The Baylor University Staff Council sent the following statement to all University staff today regarding the Transition Agreement between Baylor University and the Baylor Alumni Association.
The Baylor University Faculty Senate sent the following statement to all University faculty today regarding the Transition Agreement between Baylor University and the Baylor Alumni Association.
East Village joins North Village (2004) and Brooks Village (2007) as new Baylor residence halls that have opened in the last 10 years. Prior to those, the last new Baylor residence was South Russell, built in 1967. This year, South Russell is closed for a massive renovation; each of Baylor's older halls will undergo a similar update, one a year, over the next decade or so. Even with South Russell offline, about 40% of Baylor's student body will live on campus this fall.
By REGINA DENNIS - The apartment-style dorm room options in Baylor University's newest residential hall represent the school's largest push to encourage more upperclassmen to live on campus for their entire undergraduate experience.
Waco Trib: Silas Ragsdale, Kyle Gilley, guest columnists: Forging a new era of harmony for Baylor, BAA
We believe the time has come for the Baylor Alumni Association to define its course for the future. The pending Transition Agreement represents the best opportunity for the association to retain an independent voice without entering into a litigious relationship with our beloved Baylor. On Sept. 7, please join us on a vote of yes on the Transition Agreement.
This summer, hundreds of Baylor University students have left the comforts of home to embark on mission trips literally around the globe. In a time of rancor and polarization in America, Baylor Bears are quietly and energetically reaching out to serve some of the neediest people on the planet, including here in East Africa. They are sowing seeds of peace.
Athletics has been described as the window through which people view a university. If that's the case, Baylor University has never offered a better view than right now: national championships in women's basketball and equestrian; Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Robert Griffin III; women's basketball National Player of the Year Brittney Griner; a trip to the Elite Eight in men's basketball; baseball's Super Regional run and 24-game winning streak; first-round picks in both the NFL and NBA drafts; Big 12 Players of the Year in football, women's basketball and baseball; and postseason appearances for all 19 teams for the first time in school history.
Ten years ago this week, Baylor broke ground on what would become the North Village Residential Community, the first new residential community at Baylor in nearly 40 years. Three years later, the university unveiled Brooks Village (which includes both Brooks Residential College and Brooks Flats). This fall, another new residential community, East Village, will open [...]
Despite some tremendous results in helping reduce hunger across the state, Baylor University's Texas Hunger Initiative (THI) has flown somewhat under the radar since its founding in 2009. But no longer. A series of sponsorships and grants from corporate foundations like Walmart and ConAgra Foods, coupled with contracts like this $3.5 million deal with the [...]