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Jan. 26, 2022
Presenting the 2022 Baylor Alumni Award winners
Baylor graduates make an impact in virtually any field you can think of; this year’s Baylor Alumni Award winners are no different, with recipients leading the charge in everything from business and technology to medicine and the arts. Congratulations to this year’s honorees: Alumna of the Year: Thasunda Brown Duckett (MBA ’01), president and CEO …
Jan. 21, 2022
Why the Immortal Ten story still resonates, 95 years later
Each January, the Baylor Family pauses to remember the legacy of the Immortal Ten, a forever-remembered group of 10 students who lost their lives in a tragic bus accident on Jan. 22, 1927. (A memorial in their honor stands in the heart of campus.) Nearly a century has passed since that day — this year …
Jan. 20, 2022
Freddy’s new CEO is also a Baylor Bear (in fact, a Teaff-era linebacker)
Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers has almost 400 locations nationwide — including one just across I-35 from campus. It’s a popular stop among students and staff for burgers, shakes and custard, but its proximity is far from the restaurant’s only tie to Baylor. Freddy’s new CEO is a Baylor graduate and former linebacker who built …
Jan. 20, 2022
Baylor Senior Chemistry Major Wins Prestigious Churchill Scholarship
WACO, Texas (Jan. 20, 2022) – Baylor University senior chemistry major Kate Rojales of Milton, Georgia, is among 18 recipients of the prestigious Churchill Scholarship in mathematics, science and engineering, announced by the Winston Churchill Foundation of the United States. Rojales, who conducts research as an undergraduate in inorganic chemistry, is the second Churchill Scholar in just two years of the University being a participating institution in the program.