The annual Roy B. Albaugh lecture, sponsored by Baylor's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, will welcome Charles Ramirez Berg, Ph.D., to speak about Latino stereotypes in film at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, in the SBC Theater of the Mayborn Museum Complex.
In an effort to educate students about AIDS, the Students Interested in Global Health Today officers are conducting an entire AIDS series. (Current SIGHT president is Honors Program student Jolene Damoiseaux)
BIC (Honors College) part-time lecturer Jen Martinsen (BBA '88, MSEd '90) played on Baylor's volleyball team from 1985-88. In May 2012, Martinsen lost her 11-year-old daughter Molly to brain cancer. Yet, Molly's legacy lives on for Baylor running back and Heisman Trophy candidate Lache Seastrunk.
Thomas Hibbs, Ph.D., dean of the Honors College and Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Culture at Baylor, examines the background and significance of the 1973 film "The Exorcist," which has become a benchmark of horror-fests and a common allusion in popular culture.