You are what you eat is an age-old phrase, used by moms and grandmothers across the nation to scare children into eating healthier, but most people do not take it as literally as artist and Baylor alumnus Mark Menjivar has.
KWTX-TV, March 16, 2011 (VIDEO LINK: story about photographer and Baylor School of Social Work alumnus Mark Menjivar, whose award-winning exhibit "You Are What You Eat" is on display at the Baylor School of Social Work through April 29) As the saying goes, you are what you eat, but how does what's inside your refrigerator really reflect your lifestyle? A Baylor graduate's photography exhibit features the insides of refrigerators all across the country, and as Allison Ignacio explains, his goal is to explore more than what's for dinner.
By Jade Mardirosian Staff Writer, The Baylor Lariat Baylor's School of Social Work celebrated its new location in downtown Waco with an open house on Wednesday. The event included welcoming remarks from Dr. Diana Garland, dean of the School of Social Work, Dr. Elizabeth Davis, executive vice president and provost, and Waco Mayor Jim Bush. Visitors toured the new facilities located at 811 Washington Ave.