Dear Members of the Class of 2014:
For many, it was the rich traditions of Baylor that sealed the deal for your enrollment. As freshmen, we heard the stories of students who came before us, those who shaped our campus into what it is today. From the Immortal Ten to slime caps, All University Sing to Dr Pepper Hour, the list of traditions goes on and on.
Our time as students at Baylor will soon culminate at commencement. As seniors, we have just a few more opportunities to be a part of Baylor traditions as undergraduate students. We have the distinction of marking our tenure with Baylor's 86th Anniversary Ring Out Ceremony. Ring Out is a symbolic means of passing the torch of Baylor's traditions and history to the incoming senior class.
In order to celebrate the occasion, graduating seniors are encouraged to select current members of the junior class for participation. These juniors should exemplify the spirit of Baylor. Events planned for the afternoon include:
- Carillon Concert
- Passing of the Key
- Ring Out Ceremony
Join us on May 1, 6 p.m. in Burleson Quadrangle as a show of unity and continued Baylor spirit. You can learn more about this exciting senior tradition and register online at http://www.baylor.edu/student_life/index.php?id=86608. We look forward to your presence at Ring Out!
Your Senior Class Officers
Senior Class President
Senior Class Vice President
Senior Class Secretary/Treasurer