Baylor students have an opportunity for insight into the halls of national power.
On Thursday, former Texas congressman Chet Edwards returns to Baylor's campus to give his lecture "The U.S Government From an International Perspective."
Edwards will discuss his political history and his philosophy of politics.
Former U.S. congressman Chet Edwards, W.R. Poage Distinguished Chair for Public Service, made an appearance Monday to speak to students about the ins and outs of political ads and their effectiveness in elections.
Today, the W. R. Poage Legislative Library's opens it's new fall 2012 exhibit entitled "Race for the White House" which displays items from nearly all of them .
The reception will begin at 3 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
From the battlefield to Baylor, some students are transitioning from military life to a life of academia.
To help with the transition to college life, the Veteran Educational and Transition Services (VETS) Center is available this year to help student veterans reach their academic goals.
There are problems in Washington, but America's positive aspects can overcome them, Former Congressman Chet Edwards said at the W. R. Poage Legislative Library's Spring Lecture Tuesday. The lecture was titled, "What's Wrong with Washington and Right about America?"
Former U.S. congressman Chet Edwards will speak about the problems in Washington and the positive aspects of American infrastructure and government at the W.R. Poage Legislative Library 2012 Spring Lecture.
Former U.S. House Rep. Chet Edwards stopped by Dr Pepper Hour Tuesday to introduce himself to students during his first week as a part-time lecturer and distinguished chair of public service at Baylor.
Chet Edwards' career sounds like a distinguished game of muscial chairs, the former statesman going from one illustrious seat to another.
Guests at Wednesday night's inaugural Student Leadership Dinner were surprised with a visit by Chet Edwards, who made the dinner his first official public appearance since leaving office as congressman for District 17 this past November, a position he has held for the past 20 years.