Baylor University’s undergraduate scholarly publication, “The Pulse,” will host its annual student lecture at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, in the Alexander Reading Room to celebrate the publication of its spring edition.
Love of God. Love of learning. Love of neighbor. This motto, for which the Honors Residential College is founded on, has transcended mere speech and moved a group of honors students to action within the East Waco community.
Alan Jacobs, Distinguished Professor of Humanities in the Honors Program, explains why the nearly 500-year-old Anglican prayer book retains its influence, and why it should appeal even to (non-Anglican) evangelicals.
Former White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card – the man who whispered the words “America is under attack” to President George W. Bush on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001 – will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 3, in the Armstrong Browning Library.
Hosted by the Baylor Honors College and Baylor Interdisciplinary Core, Card will present his lecture titled “Leading in a Time of Crisis” as part of the 20th annual Laura Blanche Jackson Memorial Lectureship in World Issues. He will describe his experiences in crisis management, including the moment when he alerted Bush of the 9/11 attacks as the president visited an elementary school classroom in Florida.