After racking up back-to-back Big 12 football titles, Baylor athletics set a new school record for most conference titles in a season with eight league championships for the year. The Bears’ 65 Big 12 trophies rank fourth in the league’s history, behind only Texas, Nebraska and Oklahoma.
On June 1, Baylor’s Board of Regents welcomed several new faces who have joined returning and re-elected regents as participants in the University’s governance. The newly elected regents, who will serve three-year terms are...
When discussions began several years ago regarding the design of the future East Village, the idea of including a chapel was important to all parties. The chapel was immediately made a part of the plans, and a space was set aside for its construction.
Over the past decade, Baylor’s film and digital media (FDM) program has established a growing reputation as a place where students with drive and talent can find their artistic voice and develop skills as storytellers. The FDM program’s graduates have gone on to careers as noted writers, directors, cinematographers and producers across the country, creating a strong link between the Baylor name and industry success.
Five years ago, Judge Ken Starr officially began his service as president of Baylor University—by running the Bear Trail—as the distinguished academician, lawyer, public servant and sixth-generation Texan became only the 14th person to serve as president of Texas’ oldest continually operating institution of higher education.
Hundreds of incoming Baylor students are headed to campus this fall from places where seeing someone dressed in green and gold and throwing up a “sic ’em” isn’t an everyday occurrence. But in places like Chicago, Washington, Los Angeles, and dozens of other cities across the nation, there are more members of the Baylor family then you (and they) might guess.