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A Transformative Academic Community
A Transformative Academic Community
Dean Thomas Hibbs talks about working toward Tier 1 status, Baylor’s Christian mission, and how the the Honors College’s rigorous programs serve both.

Honors Residential College Students Spend Spring Break in Guatemala
This spring break, Baylor Missions sent students and faculty to seven different countries: Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Greece, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico and United States. Each team’s mission project was discipline-specific, allowing students to use skills they are developing in their classes to serve in other cultures.
The Washington Post: How the Oscar-winning ‘Coco’ and its fantastical afterlife forced us to talk about death.
Candi Cann, Ph.D., associate professor in the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core in the Honors College who studies death and the afterlife, is quoted in this Acts of Faith column about the Academy Award-winning animated film “Coco” and how Americans remain mostly uncomfortable or unwilling to think deeply or talk with others about what they do believe and imagine, if anything, about the afterlife.