Baylor in the News Archives for Oct. 2015

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1. Texas Observer: The Things They Left Behind 10/30/2015
1. The Waco Tribune-Herald: New Baylor provost plans to expand graduate, research programs 10/30/2015
Al Jazeera America: End of one-child policy won't end bias against girls in China, experts say 10/30/2015
Baylor Interior Design Students Win Prestigious Awards at Statewide Competition 10/30/2015
Baylor Spiritual Life Will Welcome Theologian and Scholar for Lecture on ‘The Spiritual City’ 10/30/2015
Baylor University School of Music’s Distinguished Artist Series Will Welcome Famed Piano Trio 10/30/2015
Baylor Will Host 10th Annual Dale P. Jones Business Ethics Forum 10/30/2015
Founder of To Write Love on Her Arms Will Speak at Baylor University About Overcoming Depression, Addiction 10/30/2015
Idaho Business Review: New board members for Women’s and Children’s Alliance 10/30/2015
POLITICO: Judge: Obama appointees bring no big shift to D.C. Circuit 10/30/2015
Temple Daily Telegram: Artist fascinated by visual physics 10/30/2015
The Cougar Chronicle (California State University): Caroline Sawyer pushes educational values to action 10/30/2015
The Waco Tribune-Herald: Guest Columnist: Educator Elden Barrett’s greatest legacy is his students, some now running the classroom 10/30/2015
The Waco Tribune-Herald: Voices of Valor: J.D. Biggs 10/30/2015
University of Texas Professor’s Lecture Will Address Interprofessional Communication in Hospitals 10/30/2015
Upcoming Organ Concerts will Honor Joyce Jones and Celebrate Halloween 10/30/2015
Virgin: Breaks hold the key to productivity, according to research 10/30/2015
1. Columbia Journalism Review: How The Texas Observer is trying to help identify migrants who died after crossing the border 10/29/2015
1. KWKT-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/FOX): Baylor: Hypnosis for sleep in menopause 10/29/2015
2. BYU Radio: Top of Mind with Julie Rose: Intellectual Arrogance 10/29/2015
2. The Peninsula (Qatar): Severe water shortage to hit Nepal: Study 10/29/2015
3. The American Conservative: Fertility and the Fate of Nations 10/29/2015
4. MSN: Ben Carson Puts Spotlight on Seventh-Day Adventists 10/29/2015
Connecticut Post: New musical, ‘Indian Joe,’ based on true story, explores what it means to be family 10/29/2015
eLeap: October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month – Are Your Employees Well-Trained 10/29/2015
International Business Times: How to Apply To College For Free 2015: 5 Ways Students Can Get Free Waivers 10/29/2015
KWTX-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/CBS): Baylor Gameday Interview with Drayton McLane 10/29/2015
Six Ways to Protect Your Personal Information 10/29/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor, Cesar Chavez students learn together during tutoring sessions 10/29/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Storybook Christmas marks 25th year providing gift of reading to children 10/29/2015
1. Al Jazeera America: The more unequal the country, the more the rich rule 10/28/2015
2. The Atlantic: Are Evangelicals Losing Faith in Trump? 10/28/2015
3. Plano Star Courier: Vampirologists are a thing? 10/28/2015
4. The Witherspoon Institute’s Public Discourse: Diversity in the Christian University 10/28/2015
Business Insider: Here's what it says about your personality if you're constantly checking your phone 10/28/2015
Lake Norman Citizen (Huntersville, NC): Baucom named next Davidson Day head of school 10/28/2015
Newsmax: Newsmax’s Top 100 Evangelical Christian Colleges 10/28/2015
Symposium Explores Faith, Culture and "The Spirit of Sports” Nov. 5-7 at Baylor 10/28/2015
The New York Times: Ben Carson Puts Spotlight on Seventh-Day Adventists 10/28/2015
1. Inside Bay Area: Here's what it says about your personality if you're constantly checking your phone 10/27/2015
1. Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor grad, ‘Chicago Fire’ TV producer, adds new episode in assassin’s story 10/27/2015
2. TV Technology: Q&A — Aaron Thibault and Corey Carbonara on VR and AR 10/27/2015
Arkansas Business: Bob Roberts, Baptist Health (Lifetime Achievement in Accounting) 10/27/2015
EatThis.com: 6 Scary Pumpkin Snacks to Avoid 10/27/2015
KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): Central Texas Leadership Series: John Haldane 10/27/2015
Science Codex: Baylor researchers project long-term effects of climate change, deforestation on Himalayan mountain basins 10/27/2015
The Herald News (Fall River, MA): Rick Holmes: Attack of the smart phones 10/27/2015
The Journal Pearland: Pearland resident directs Halloween offerings at Opera in the Heights 10/27/2015
1. First Things: A Tale of Two Cities – And of Two Churches 10/26/2015
1. Lake Placid (NY) News: USA bobsled national team announced 10/26/2015
1. The Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor regents approve multimillion-dollar golf center, honor HGTV ‘Fixer Upper’ stars 10/26/2015
1. Working Mother: Working through Pregnancy Loss 10/26/2015
2. KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): Behind the Story: Traditions 10/26/2015
2. Nature World News: Himalaya Mountains Face Water Scarcity From Climate Change, Researchers Say 10/26/2015
2. TIME: The Forgotten History of Mary’s Gospels 10/26/2015
2. Waco Tribune-Herald: Longtime Woodway Leader Carleen Bright dies at 100 10/26/2015
Baylor Celebrates Dedication of Rosenbalm Fountain, Fifth Street Thoroughfare 10/26/2015
Interview with a (Vampire) Scholar 10/26/2015
Rule of Law, Rule of Judges Focus of Oct. 29 Panel Discussion at National Press Club 10/26/2015
The Houston Chronicle: Programs help ministers establish 'boundaries' 10/26/2015
The New York Times: Dr. Philip Jenkins on Role of African Delegates at Catholic Gathering 10/26/2015
1. Baylor Regents Announce Lead Gift, Approve Phase One of Golf Practice Facility 10/23/2015
1. The Baptist Standard: Study: Higher ‘spiritual capital’ boosts success in developing countries 10/23/2015
Baylor University Will Welcome Award-Winning British Authors for Lectures on ‘Writing Lives’ 10/23/2015
Baylor University’s Department of Political Science Will Welcome Guest Speaker for Lecture on Human Rights 10/23/2015
Baylor Unveils New Structure for Eternal Flame Tradition 10/23/2015
Cherry Award Finalist Lecture Will Present ‘The Golden Laboratory: Poetry in the Classroom and Why We Need It’ 10/23/2015
Gulf Times: Climate change may lead to severe water shortage in Nepal, says study 10/23/2015
KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): "Sailgating" Coasts into Waco, Quickly Becomes Tradition and More 10/23/2015
KWTX-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/CBS): BU Athletes Take Some Special Kids Fishing 10/23/2015
Philly Voice: The ‘phubbing’ conundrum: How your smartphone habits could break – or make – your relationship 10/23/2015
Science Newsline: Baylor Researchers Project Long-term Effects of Climate Change, Deforestation on Himalayan Mountain Basins 10/23/2015
StreetInsider.com: Warburg Pincus Adds Former American Air CEO Horton as Senior Adviser to IBS Group 10/23/2015
The Baylor Lariat: Baylor Golden Girls twirl for the cure 10/23/2015
The Baylor Lariat: Fountain Mall gains a fountain, finally: Baylor to dedicate Rosenbalm Fountain 10/23/2015
The Dallas Morning News: C’mon, Pumpkin, Are you really that good for me? 10/23/2015
The Waco Tribune-Herald: Guest columnist: Dr. Armitstead faithfully brought our dead presidents, failed statesmen back to life 10/23/2015
Washington Post Editor Will Present ‘Brother Speak: Exploring the Lives of Black Men’ 10/23/2015
1. Baptist News Global: Study shows faith helps overseas companies; U.S. businessmen say, ‘Here, too’ 10/22/2015
1. The Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor honored for conservation, recycling efforts 10/22/2015
1. TheaterMania: Once Veteran Elizabeth A. Davis Breaks Out the Fiddle One More Time for Indian Joe 10/22/2015
2. EHS Daily Advisor: Study Says Breaks can Benefit Both Employers and Employees 10/22/2015
2. My Harlingen News: Governor Abbott Appoints De Coss Judge of 445th Judicial District Court 10/22/2015
3. New Delhi TV: Climate Change May Lead to Severe Water Shortage in Nepal: Study 10/22/2015
5. About Parenting: Guilty of Phubbing Your Spouse or Child? How It Hurts Your Bond 10/22/2015
7. The Baptist Standard: Book Review: The Triumph of Faith 10/22/2015
Global Food Mate: Pumpkin foods may not live up to healthy reputation 10/22/2015
The Baptist Standard: Baylor partners with seminaries in Cuba: will provide books to students 10/22/2015
Weather Changes Some Baylor Homecoming Events 10/22/2015
1. The Himalayan Times: Sever water shortage to hit Nepal in coming decades: Study 10/21/2015
Baylor Libraries to Dedicate Learning Space in Memory of Former Colleague 10/21/2015
Baylor’s Interdisciplinary Core Will Welcome Alumni for Homecoming Lecture on the ‘Examined Life’ 10/21/2015
Elle: What is "phubbing"—and is it ruining your life?! 10/21/2015
Film School Rejects: The Darkness of Steven Spielberg 10/21/2015
IT Business Edge: How Organizations Are Approaching National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 10/21/2015
KCEN-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/NBC): Living Together at Baylor: Program Bonds Students & Faculty by Building Meaningful Relationships 10/21/2015
KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): As Syrian Refugees Look to Resettle, Texas Could Become Home 10/21/2015
KWTX-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/CBS): Baylor Named Among Top Universities for Sustainability 10/21/2015
Notre Dame Professor To Visit Baylor, Present ‘Plato’s Bedroom - Ancient Wisdom and Modern Love’ 10/21/2015
WCGO-AM (Chicago): “The Many Faces of Christ” with Philip Jenkins 10/21/2015
Yahoo! Finance: Thomas W. Horton Joins Warburg Pincus As Senior Advisor 10/21/2015
1. Business Standard: Climate change may lead to severe water shortage in Nepal 10/20/2015
1. KXXV-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/ABC): Planned Parenthood Medicaid Participation 10/20/2015
2. Lifehack.org: 5 Phone Habits That Are Destroying Your Relationship (And How To Fix Them) 10/20/2015
3. San Francisco Chronicle (SFGate.com): How to Make the Most Out of Your Break 10/20/2015
Chicago Tribune: From the community: Navy surgeon tells high school students: “Listen to people who are important to you.” 10/20/2015
KWTX-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/CBS): Hewitt: Local Educator Among the Nation’s Best 10/20/2015
KWTX-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/CBS): Waco: Father, Son Aim To Attend Every Baylor Football Game 10/20/2015
The Huffington Post: Intexticated 10/20/2015
UVA Today: Q&A Poetry Belongs in All Classrooms, UVA’s Sparr Says 10/20/2015
Welcoming Baylor Nation Home - 2015 Homecoming Highlights and Events 10/20/2015
1. El Paso Inc.: Baylor dedicates $100M Paul L. Foster Campus 10/19/2015
1. Successful Meetings: How to take Better Breaks 10/19/2015
1. The Dallas Morning News: Sherrington: Baylor star Lummus honored by NY Giants for Iwo Jima Heroics 10/19/2015
1. The Huntsville (TX) Item: Noted criminologist to speak here Nov. 7 10/19/2015
2. About Parenting: Guilty of Phubbing Your Spouse or Child? How It Hurts Your Bond 10/19/2015
2. University of St. Thomas: Aquinas Medals Awarded to Sommers and Haldane 10/19/2015
3. KGO-AM (San Francisco) “Wall Street Journal This Morning”: Phone Snubbing Is Damaging Relationships 10/19/2015
3. The Houston Chronicle: Greater Church of Lucifer plans Halloween opening 10/19/2015
Baylor Dedicates Beauchamp Athletics Nutrition Center 10/19/2015
Baylor English Faculty Recommend Five Terrifying Books to Haunt You This Halloween 10/19/2015
Baylor Inter-disciplinary Team Projects Long-Term Effects of Climate Change, Deforestation on Himalayan Mountain Basins 10/19/2015
Baylor Recognized Among Top Performing Universities in Sustainability 10/19/2015
Former U.S. Congressman Chet Edwards Will Discuss Public Service Career Opportunities with Baylor Students 10/19/2015
Higher ‘Spiritual Capital’ Can Boost Business Success, Innovation in Developing Countries - Baylor Study 10/19/2015
The Waco Tribune-Herald: ‘Phubbing’ phenomenon propels Baylor research into national conversation 10/19/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor’s Campus Kitchen hunger program gets national recognition 10/19/2015
‘Hippies, Baptists, and the Jesus Revolution’ – Baylor University’s Institute for the Studies of Religion Will Present Lecture on Counterculture Christianity 10/16/2015
1. Baptist News Global: Faith propels graduate beyond grief into service – and running 10/16/2015
1. Fox News: How to Make the Most Out of Your Break 10/16/2015
1. Huffington Post: What To Do When Patients Believe God Has Abandoned Them 10/16/2015
Baylor Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month With ‘The Latino Experience - A Conversation About U.S. Latinos’ 10/16/2015
Best-Selling Author Simon Singh Will Present Eighth Annual Baylor Lecture Series in Mathematics 10/16/2015
Consumer Affairs: Pumpkins: the good, the bad, and the ugly 10/16/2015
Fast Company: How To Take The Most Refreshing Work Break: 7 Evidence-Backed Insights 10/16/2015
Finalist for Prestigious Cherry Award Will Lecture at Baylor University 10/16/2015
Little Elm Journal (North Texas): LEHS alumna and musician to kick off tour at high school 10/16/2015
Sleep Review: New Baylor Lab Lets Subjects Sleep for Science 10/16/2015
The Baylor Lariat: First 12 students selected for scholarship programs 10/16/2015
The Himalayan Times: Intellectual ‘arrogance’ trumps ‘humility’ at work: Study 10/16/2015
Baylor Mourns Passing of Retired History Professor 10/15/2015
Baylor’s College of Arts & Sciences Announces Inaugural Group of William Hillis Scholars 10/15/2015
Carnage and Culture: Book Q&A with Philip Jenkins 10/15/2015
Dallas CityBizList: Alix Allison and Allison Carroll Join Cantey Hanger Law Firm 10/15/2015
Entrepreneur: How to Make the Most Out of Your Break 10/15/2015
Huffington Post: Much Ado About Nones? Growing, Diverse Body Offers Few Easy Answers 10/15/2015
Lab Manager: Pumpkin Foods May Not Live Up to Healthy Reputation 10/15/2015
Philadelphia Inquirer: How to keep 'phone snubbing’ — or ‘phubbing’ — from ruining your love life 10/15/2015
The Baylor Lariat: Students to participate in neuroscience sleeping lab 10/15/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor to host 2016 acrobatics-tumbling national championships 10/15/2015
1. KWBU-FM (Waco,/NPR): New Research Lab Looks at the Science of Sleep 10/14/2015
2. KWKT-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/FOX): Baylor’s New Sleep Lab: How Sleep Plays a Role in Memory 10/14/2015
3. Inc.: Yet More Evidence Your Phone Is Ruining Your Relationship 10/14/2015
4. Omaha World-Herald: When to take a break during the workday? Try midmorning 10/14/2015
Bake Magazine: Nutrition expert sheds light on pumpkin trend 10/14/2015
Baylor School of Education Dissertation Debunks New Fraction Standards, Wins National Award 10/14/2015
CASPER Fall Seminar Series Will Welcome Acclaimed Guests this Fall 10/14/2015
Durant (OK) Democrat: “Whitney Reynolds show nominated for Emmy” 10/14/2015
KWTX-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/CBS): Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day 10/14/2015
KXXV-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/ABC): Baylor professors explain how to help kids understand the presidential election 10/14/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: New Baylor lab lets subjects sleep for science 10/14/2015
WALB-TV (Albany, GA/NBC/ABC): Brian Dill Joins Cherry Bekaert as National Leader of International Tax 10/14/2015
1. The Fort Myers (FL) News-Press: Take these steps to cool hot flashes 10/13/2015
2. Business Standard: People with 'intellectual arrogance' get better grades 10/13/2015
3. AOL Money: 10 ways to make sure you leave work on time 10/13/2015
4. Psychology Today: The New Routine That Is Ruining More Relationships Every Day 10/13/2015
5. Advocate Health Care: How cell phones are ruining relationships 10/13/2015
Armstrong Browning Library Celebrates Benefactors Day Oct. 16 10/13/2015
Baylor’s Department of Physics Will Welcome Distinguished Scholar to Semester Colloquium 10/13/2015
Deseret News (Utah): What caretakers can do when their patient believes God has abandoned them 10/13/2015
Examiner: Waco Mammoth Site with rare fossils and nursery herd becomes national monument 10/13/2015
Hallmark Channel “Home & Family”: Art Breakers 10/13/2015
Jacksonville Progress (Jacksonville, TX): BMA honors Tony Cleaver 10/13/2015
KXXV-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/ABC): Settlement reached in first West explosion civil case 10/13/2015
Memorial Service Set for Diana Garland, Founding Dean of School of Social Work 10/13/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Fifth Street fountain fires to life on Baylor campus 10/13/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Kickstarter project boosts Waco author into press 10/13/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Lake Waco volunteer group installs ‘crappie condos’ to improve fishing 10/13/2015
1. PsychCentral: Do “Know-It-Alls” Really Know It All? 10/12/2015
1. The Baptist Standard: National Commission on Hunger heard directly from hungry people 10/12/2015
2. Baptist News Global: Moving beyond hope to confidence in fight against hunger 10/12/2015
2. Examiner.com: Signs that a child may be vulnerable to human trafficking 10/12/2015
3. HumanResources: Want to know why your staff don’t trust you? Check your phone 10/12/2015
Baylor Chapel Invites Students to Prayerfully Respond to Refugee Crisis 10/12/2015
Baylor’s Department of Religion Will Welcome Church Historian for Lecture on Conversion 10/12/2015
Epicurean Charlotte (NC) Magazine: Pumped About Pumpkins: Just Hype About Health, or the Real Deal? 10/12/2015
History Channel: Alcatraz: Search for the Truth 10/12/2015
Political Pundits, Presidential Polls and Primary Debates—Helping Children Understand the Presidential Election Process 10/12/2015
The Baptist Standard: Waco-based worship band seeks to be relevant in the digital age 10/12/2015
USA TODAY: The best time to take a work break 10/12/2015
1. D Healthcare Daily (Dallas/Ft. Worth): Conversation With: Baylor S&W’s New Board Chair Talks Goals, Expectations, Population Health 10/9/2015
1. The Baptist Standard: Problem of child hunger in America can be solved, national leader insists 10/9/2015
1. The O’Reilly Factor (Fox News): Baylor University Smartphone “Phubbing” Research 10/9/2015
2. KWTX-TV: Hunger and Poverty Summit at Baylor 10/9/2015
Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Smartphones hurt your relationships and your health 10/9/2015
Fox News: Healthy Living: The best vitamins to fix your 14 worst vices 10/9/2015
Halliburton Partners with Baylor to Increase College Retention and Graduation Rates among Engineering and Computer Science Majors 10/9/2015
Rabbi and Historian Will Address Baylor Students about ‘The Church and the Jews’ 10/9/2015
Shape: Your Phone Could Be Hurting Your Relationship 10/9/2015
The Health Site: Show some ‘intellectual arrogance’ to get rewarded at work 10/9/2015
The Huffington Post: Depressing New Study Shows Know-It-Alls Get Better Grades 10/9/2015
The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia): Phubbing and FOMO: a primitive impulse, bad for your marriage 10/9/2015
The Vinyl District: In Rotation 10/9/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor art exhibit opens window to Latino culture 10/9/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor grad to pitch sock service on TV’s ‘Shark Tank’ 10/9/2015
1. KXXV-TV: Baylor professor warns of human trafficking recruitment signs 10/8/2015
1. The Dallas Morning News: National publication names Baylor's tennis facilities best in college tennis, four Texas schools make top 10 10/8/2015
1. Yahoo! News: Show some ‘intellectual arrogance’ to get rewarded at work 10/8/2015
2. Business Standard: Show some ‘intellectual arrogance’ to get rewarded at work 10/8/2015
2. Tahlequah Daily Express (Tahlequah, Okla.): OSRC Joint Study Committee receives update in river data 10/8/2015
2. Waco Tribune-Herald: Don’t be late for tea celebrating ‘Alice’ at Baylor 10/8/2015
3. KCEN-TV: Baylor Study: Cellphones Can Damage Relationships, Lead to Depression 10/8/2015
3. KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): Central Texas Leadership Series: Frank Wolf 10/8/2015
Hitting the Rewind Button and Back in the Groove: Baylor expert muses on quasi-comeback of cassettes, vinyl 10/8/2015
Lake Cities Sun: Dropping in for dropouts 10/8/2015
LegalNews: Michigan attorney co-edits ABA book on Section 1983 litigation 10/8/2015
Stadium SPOOKtacular Offers Halloween Fun 10/8/2015
The Baptist Standard: 'Prayer over partisanship' creates hunger-fighting team 10/8/2015
1. Financial Express: Show Some Intellectual Arrogance at Work to Get Rewarded 10/7/2015
2. Men’s Health: When Is the Best Time For Break Time? 10/7/2015
3. Cosmopolitan: 10 Signs You Are a Massive Phubber 10/7/2015
AARP’s Life Reimagined Magazine: Does Your House Match Your Life? 10/7/2015
AINA.org: The Crisis In International Religious Freedom 10/7/2015
Associated Press: New NY law clinic in upstate New York set to help vets 10/7/2015
Austin-American Statesman: A well-earned designation: Waco mammoth site officially dedicated a national monument 10/7/2015
Baylor’s Department of Mathematics Welcomes Renowned Mathematician for Lectures on Dark Matter 10/7/2015
Brookings Institution: Are changing labor laws silencing the teachers’ voice? 10/7/2015
Hitting the Rewind Button and Back in the Groove - Baylor expert muses on quasi-comeback of cassettes, vinyl 10/7/2015
Is Your Child At Risk To Be Recruited For Human Trafficking? Know the Signs, Expert Says 10/7/2015
NPR “Here & Now”: Are You A ‘Phubber’? 10/7/2015
U.S. Chamber Federal Issues Briefing will Present ‘Innovation that Matters’ 10/7/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: New Waco sports commission adds executive director 10/7/2015
‘The President’s Own’ U.S. Marine Band Will Perform Concert at Baylor University 10/6/2015
1. First Things: The Crisis In International Religious Freedom 10/6/2015
1. The Shreveport Times: Famous playwright inspired love of movies 10/6/2015
1. Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor, MCC theater groups open seasons with Shakespeare, Austen 10/6/2015
1. Woman’s Day: Are You Accidentally ‘Phubbing’ Your Significant Other? 10/6/2015
2. HumanResources: 4 proven ways to get the most out of your work break 10/6/2015
2. MTV: Could Your Cell Phone Addiction Be Hurting Your Relationship? 10/6/2015
2. The Baptist Standard: Maston Chair of Christian Ethics selected at Logsdon Seminary 10/6/2015
2. The Baptist Standard: Texas Tidbits: Gregory named to endowed chair at Truett Seminary 10/6/2015
2. Waco Tribune-Herald: U.S. Interior Secretary touts partnership at Waco Mammoth National Monument Dedication 10/6/2015
3. The Dallas Morning News: Macabre mission: How will Texas identify hundreds of abandoned immigrant bodies 10/6/2015
3. The Laura Ingraham Show: STUDY: Cell Phone Use Hurting Relationships 10/6/2015
3. Waco Tribune-Herald: EDITORIAL: Newly designated Waco Mammoth National Monument offers two remarkable tales for the price of one 10/6/2015
4. Essence: Stop “Pphubbing”: New Research Shows What Happens When You Focus More On Your Phone Than Your Lover 10/6/2015
CNN: Did you get phubbed by your boss? 10/6/2015
Joe A. Diaz Collection Features Work by Luis Jiménez at Baylor University’s Martin Museum of Art 10/6/2015
National Commission on Hunger Members to Discuss Progress and Goals at Together at the Table - Hunger and Poverty Summit Oct. 7-9 at Baylor 10/6/2015
People with Higher ‘Intellectual Arrogance’ Get Better Grades, Baylor Study Finds 10/6/2015
Texas Association of School Psychologists Recognizes Outstanding Baylor Staff Member and Student 10/6/2015
‘Curious and Curiouser’: Baylor Libraries to Recognize 150th Anniversary of ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ with Annual Symposium 10/5/2015
1. New York Daily News: Study shows your smartphone might be ruining your relationship 10/5/2015
1. The Monitor (McAllen, TX): Monitor Editorial: Identifying unknown immigrant remains from South Texas 10/5/2015
2. Health: Is ‘Phubbing’ Ruining Your Life? Take The Quiz 10/5/2015
2. The Christian Century: The Many Faces of Christ, by Philip Jenkins 10/5/2015
3. Yahoo! Health: Stop ‘Phubbing’ Up Your Relationship 10/5/2015
4. A Place for Mom: Alcoholism in Seniors 10/5/2015
Austin American-Statesman: Carly Fiorina — Austin-born with deep Texas roots 10/5/2015
New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung: Castilleja: Trio of Hispanics have helped make our city even better 10/5/2015
The Washington Post: Scientists: How ‘phubbing’ (or phone snubbing) can kill your romantic relationship 10/5/2015
The Wichita Eagle: Wichita photographer turns childhood mischief into successful career 10/5/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Lorena teen wins national pageant 10/5/2015
1660 ESPN “The John Morris Show”: Baylor, Tech Bands in Friendly Competition to Save Lives Through Bone Marrow Registry 10/2/2015
Baylor History Department Lecture to Analyze Relationship Between Turkey and Islamic State Group 10/2/2015
FOX News: ‘Phubbing’ ruining relationships, study says 10/2/2015
Fusion: ‘Phubbing’ is ruining American relationships 10/2/2015
Huffington Post: Your Phone Habits May Be Damaging Your Relationship 10/2/2015
KDAF-TV (Dallas, Fort Worth/CW): Phone Snubbing is Killing Relationships 10/2/2015
KRGV-TV (Rio Grande Valley, TX/ABC): Texas Scientists to Find Better Way to Identify Remains 10/2/2015
Philadelphia Inquirer: Dugald MacArthur, 86, teacher and man of the theater 10/2/2015
The Conversation: Homeschooled children do not grow up to be more religious 10/2/2015
The Health Cast: Workday Breaks Help Employees Reboot, Researchers Say 10/2/2015
The Houston Chronicle: Process of Succession Planning 10/2/2015
TIME: Science Says Your Cell Phone Use Could Be Hurting Your Relationship 10/2/2015
1. D Healthcare Daily (Dallas/Ft. Worth): Baylor Scott & White Health Has A New Board Chair And He Starts Today 10/1/2015
AZ Big Media: Abrazo Arrowhead Campus names chief operating officer 10/1/2015
Blue MauMau: IFA Appoints Cresanti CEO & President 10/1/2015
Fortune: Yes, your smartphone is hurting your love life: study 10/1/2015
Guide Live: Here’s a symposium you can sink your teeth into… and it’s all about vampires 10/1/2015
HealthDay: Could Your Cellphone Be Harming Your Love Life? 10/1/2015
Investors Hangout: Deane|Smith Names New Owner, CEO 10/1/2015
LifeHealthPro: 4 things to know about workday breaks 10/1/2015
Medical Daily: Coffee Break, Lunch Break, ‘Better Break’: The Best Time To Take A Break From Work And Do Something You Enjoy 10/1/2015
Next Avenue: 5 Top Money Tips From a Financial Planners Conference 10/1/2015
Social Work Degree Guide: 35 Best Value Christian Colleges with CSWE-accredited Programs 2015 10/1/2015
The TODAY Show (NBC): Are You a Phubber? How Phone-Snubbing Ruins Relationships 10/1/2015
TODAY.com: Does your partner love his cellphone more than you? Take this survey 10/1/2015

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