Football. Changing The Narrative

​Rachel Baribeau reached out to Coach Matt Rhule to share her "Changing the Narrative" message with the Baylor football team Tuesday afternoon.

Baseball. 2017 Baseball Summer League Update No. 1

After Baylor baseball’s very successful second season under Steve Rodriguez, 18 players have been assigned to play in various summer collegiate leagues across the country. The yearly tradition allows players to keep improving their skills in a live-game atmosphere against some of the country’s top talent.

W. Tennis. Hinojosa Qualifies for World University Games

Baylor women’s tennis sophomore Jessica Hinojosa will represent Mexico at the 29th World University Games in in Chinese Taipei on August 19-30. She will compete alongside more than 5,000 athletes representing more than 120 countries in 22 sports.

M. Tennis. Bendeck Gains Valuable Davis Cup Experience

After opening the tournament with a perfect first day at the Davis Cup for Honduras, Baylor men’s tennis junior Jimmy Bendeck went on to collect two more doubles victories and a singles win in Montevideo, Uruguay.

Health Medicine Network: Older people who feel close to God have well-being that grows with frequent prayer

June 20, 2017
As people grow older, those who are securely attached to God are more likely to have a sense of well-being — and the more frequently they pray, the greater that feeling, according to a study by Matt Bradshaw, Ph.D., assistant professor of sociology and Blake Kent, a doctoral candidate in sociology. In contrast, those who try to build a relationship with a god that they do not believe will be there in times of need may feel estranged and even experience a decline in mental health. (Terry Goodrich, assistant director of Baylor Media Communications, pitched this story nationally. She covers sociology research and faculty.)

Houston Chronicle: The typical college president is white, male and in his 60s. Houston's leaders don't fit the bill.

June 20, 2017
Baylor University President Linda Livingstone is included in this list of Texas higher education institution leaders, particularly in the Houston area, about how the American college president looks different than five years ago, according to the results of the American Council on Education’s 2016 college presidency demographic study.

IOL (South Africa): Buddy up to get the best out of your fitness regime

June 19, 2017
Article about how “buddying up” will make you more likely to work out mentions research published in 2016 in the journal Obesity. Matthew Andersson, Ph.D., assistant professor of sociology in Baylor’s College of Arts & Sciences, who found that the more frequently the dieter was in contact with friends or family members whom they perceived as fitter or thinner than themselves, the greater the weight loss.

This flash mob Baylor proposal is going viral

You probably hear this a lot — but this might be the best video you see all day. Recent Baylor graduate Samuel Azide, BBA ’17, proposed to his girlfriend Anitria Flores, BA ‘15, last month in one of the most exciting ways possible: a flash mob. While celebrating his graduation dinner at Waco restaurant 1424, […]

The U.S. Ambassador to Iraq is a Baylor Bear

When Douglas Silliman, BA ’82, assumed the role of U.S. Ambassador to Iraq last September, he added another link into a 33-year chain of service with the U.S. Department of State that began shortly after he graduated from Baylor. For more than three decades, Silliman has worked in places like Turkey, Jordan, Pakistan, Tunisia and […]

A sneak peek at Baylor’s Class of 2021

Every summer, we take a look at some of the freshmen who will be joining the Baylor family come fall. The incoming Bears in this sneak peek include students who reached milestones and earned honors that resonated in their hometowns, across the state and across the country. Here’s an early look at the class of […]

Meet Baylor’s nationally recognized expert on spirituality and pop culture

Why is U2 so popular across the globe? How much of our idea of heaven and hell is actually from the Bible? And why are we so obsessed with zombies? Such are the questions that Dr. Greg Garrett, a Baylor professor of creative writing, literature, film and theology, asks in the dozens of books and articles he’s written […]

Mourners of the Tragic Killings of the ‘Emmanuel Nine’ by White Supremacist Gather for Comfort, Commemoration in South Carolina

WACO, Texas (June 21,2017) — The two-year anniversary of a white supremacist’s killing of nine black people at a Bible study is a day when “pain and hope and treachery and triumph, awful and awesome come together,” the Rev. Dr. Joel Gregory, professor of preaching at Baylor's Truett Seminary, told hundreds gathered for an ecumenical service on Saturday.

Older People Who Feel Close to God Have a Sense of Well-being — and the More They Pray, the Better They Feel

WACO, Texas (June 20, 2017) — As people grow older, those who are securely attached to God are more likely to have a sense of well-being — and the more frequently they pray, the greater that feeling, according to a Baylor University study. But those who feel more distant from God do not receive the same benefit.

Baylor DACA Expert Comments on Trump's Decision to Continue 'Dreamers' Program

Baylor Law School Professor Laura Hernández is a recognized expert on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. She responded to President Trump's decision to continue the Obama-era program.

Baylor Club Awarded ClubCorp’s 2016 Gold Circle of Excellence, Named Club of the Year

WACO, Texas (June 15, 2017) – Baylor Club at McLane Stadium has been named ClubCorp’s “Club of the Year” for 2016 and also received the 2016 Gold Circle of Excellence award, the most prestigious performance recognition award given by ClubCorp.

What's New BU May 1, 2017

Final Exam and Commencement Hours of Operation. Come for free fruits and vegetables at the Mobile Food Pantry this Thursday!

What's New BU April 24, 2017

Be sure to complete the Baylor University Academic and Work Environment Survey. Kappa Delta Chi hosting dance for La Vega Middle School.

What's New BU April 18, 2017

Baylor's Free Farmers Market this Thursday! Attention Seniors - first Ring Out rehearsal this Sunday.

What's New BU Easter Edition April 13, 2017

Provided is information on hours of operation for buildings and dining areas on campus.

May 2016 To-Do List

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April 2016 To-Do List

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March 2016 To-Do List

Success is yours!

February 2016 To-Do List

Steps to success!

Aug. 23 6:00-9:00pmMosaic Mixer
Aug. 24-31Mosaic Week
Sep. 2 6:00pmFootball vs. Liberty
Sep. 9 7:00-11:00pmFootball vs. UTSA
Sep. 16 11:30am - 3:30pmFootball at Duke
Sep. 23 6:00pmFootball vs. Oklahoma
Sep. 30 6:00pmFootball at Kansas State
Oct. 14 6:00pmFootball at Oklahoma State
Oct. 21 6:00pmFootball vs West Virginia