Alli Jennerich is an undergraduate student studying secondary education from Allen, Texas. She plays spikeball, beach volleyball, and wakeboards. She loves Baylor because she loves the community feel, the presence of Christ, and the great education program. In her free time, she likes to hang out with her friends or watch The Office. Her favorite Baylor fact is that Baylor has the oldest Homecoming celebration in the nation.
Alyssa Zuercher is an undergraduate student studying Nursing from Frisco, Texas. She is a member of Chi Omega, an outspoken Cubs fan, and one of three siblings currently attending Baylor. Alyssa loves the tradition and community of Baylor and is excited to give you a glimpse into the rich history of the university she calls home. Her favorite Baylor fact is that before the bear was selected as the official mascot of the university some of the potential mascots included the antelope, the ferret, and the bookworm!
Neal Alcina is an undergraduate student studying Electrical Engineering from Wasilla, Alaska. He enjoys watching movies, hiking, and just about anything outdoors. At Baylor he is involved in the Wakeboarding club, as well as being a tour guide for BUHT. His favorite Baylor history fact is that the current bells in Pat Neff Hall were involved in a shipping mishap, sending them to Mexico initially instead of Baylor.
Meet our Coordinator
Zach Mills is a 1st-year PhD student studying Higher Education Leadership. He currently serves as a graduate assistant in Student Life, where one of his roles is coordinator of the Baylor University History Tours. Zach lives in Waco with his wife, Kate, and two daughters Maeve and Maggie. His favorite Baylor fact is that in the famed Baylor map room (take the tour to learn more) there is a map that shows that colonial American cartographers thought California was an island.
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