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Connections: Jeremy VickersJeremy Vickers, Associate Vice President for External Affairs, explains how Baylor builds meaningful community engagement.Helping HandsThe Helping Hands student organization has funded new hearing aids, wheelchairs and other equipment for those in need.Higher PurposeAfter every game, win or lose, Baylor volleyball players offer congratulations—and ask the opposing players to join them in a prayer.Invitation to DiscipleshipBaptist Student Ministries director Charles Ramsey knows investing in students through discipleship can change the course of a life.Connections: Dave RosselliVice President for Advancement Dave Rosselli shares how the Give Light campaign will position Baylor as a preeminent Christian research university.Give LightBaylor’s $1.1 billion comprehensive campaign will impact campus life and bolster financial support for students, faculty and the campus community.Introducing ‘Give Light’President Linda Livingstone discusses how the Give Light campaign will build upon Baylor’s heritage of distinguished Christian higher education.Big 12 ChampionsTwenty years ago, Baylor soccer won Baylor’s first-ever Big 12 title. Thursday night, they brought that trophy back to Waco.HomecomingOver 100 years of reunions, bonfires, parades and football games have called alumni, students, faculty and staff home to renew fellow associations and friendships and catch the Baylor Spirit again.ConnectionsDr. Deanna Toten Beard shares how theatre and the arts enrich the campus community, equipping students to better understand their world.Beyond the GridironAfter playing for Baylor football and earning his degree, Anthony Krieg now serves his hometown as a member of the Austin Police Department.Audubon ExhibitBaylor’s Martin Museum of Art reopened with an exhibit featuring “John James Audubon: Life, Work and Legacy.” It will run through Nov. 11.Fairy Tale CareerFrom Shakespearian set design to making Shrek and developing castles for Disney, Baylor alumnus Doug Rogers has proven the sky is his limit.Connections: Dr. Lakia ScottDr. Lakia Scott shares how the School of Education equips future educators to better serve their students and communities after college.Scholars & MentorsDoctoral students in the Baylor McNair Scholars Program spent the summer with their faculty mentors working on their independent research projects.Expert Profile: Kirk WakefieldWhen publications seek commentary on various sports marketing issues from advertising to sports viewership, they turn to Dr. Kirk Wakefield.Global OpportunityReligion doctoral candidate Joshua Smith traveled to Germany for two months to further his dissertation research into the Münster Rebellion.Connections: Linda LivingstonePresident Linda Livingstone explains how Illuminate—Baylor’s academic strategic plan—will enhance Baylor’s strong undergraduate experience.Launching CareersSeniors Sarah Rost and Ashley Rich walked into their 8 a.m. business class expecting an ordinary day. Instead, they left with full-time job offers.Documenting HistoryAward-winning filmmaker Ken Burns spoke at Baylor about his bottom-up approach to answering the question: “Who are we?”Culture AboundsBaylor students can experience a wide array of cultural opportunities that expand their horizons, and they’re all just a short walk away.Connections: Andy HogueSenior lecturer Andy Hogue discusses an Honors College program that pairs academic learning with service to the community.Parents of the YearLifelong North Carolina Tar Heels, they've been sharing and growing the Baylor Family in North Carolina since their daughters became Bears.Renewed VisionBaylor and the Baptist General Convention of Texas signed a cooperative agreement to reinvigorate Baptist Student Ministries on campus.