It’s the time of year again when honors students must present and defend their theses. Thesis papers have the reputation of thick stacks of paper, academic research and heavy eyelids. However, that isn’t always the case.
Texas Supreme Court Justice and Honors College Advisory Board Member Don Willett graduated Baylor in the late 1980s as a triple major. In the time leading up to today, Willett earned a law degree from Duke University and worked at some of the highest levels of federal government. From Waco to the White House, the Texas judge gained experiences that later led him to secure a position on one of the highest benches in state. He has now been a Texas Supreme Court Justice for a solid decade. Judge Willett also serves as the official “Twitter Laureate of Texas."
Robin Landrith blasted a two-run homer with one out in the seventh to seal Heather Stearns’ no-hitter as No. 21 Baylor walked off with a 2-0 win over Kansas on Sunday afternoon to complete a three-game sweep. Landrith is a pre-law Great Texts major and is enrolled in the Honors Program.