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Presented by: The Baylor Activities Council, The Department of Student Activities, Kappa Omega Tau Fraternity, Baylor Religious Hour Choir, The Multicultural Greek Council, Inc., Freshman Class Council, Union Board, & Stu Pro

W.T. Ellis once said, "it is Christmas in the heart that puts Christmas in the air." As the leaves and mercury fall, let us gather round in celebration of our savior, kindling the joy of life and love in one another's heart, with the sweet smell of Christmas wafting into the night!


When: Thursday, December 1, 2016, 6pm - 10:00pm
Where: Fountain Mall, Burleson Quadrangle, Traditions Plaza, and the Bill Daniel Student Center (The SUB)

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  • Freshman Class Council Christmas Tree Farm (Fountain Mall)
  • Christmas Marketplace (3rd Floor SUB) (Open 2:00pm - 10:00pm) *Register here
  • Carriage Rides (Fountain Mall)
  • Train Rides (Fountain Mall)
  • Petting Zoo (Fountain Mall)
  • Live Nativity (SUB Lawn)
  • Pictures with Santa (SUB 2nd Floor)
  • Letters to Santa (SUB 2nd Floor)
  • Classic Family Portraits (SUB 2nd Floor)
  • Designer Christmas Tree Auction (SUB 2nd Floor)
  • Christmas Tree Lighting (Burleson Quad)
  • NAACP Healthy Christmas Showcase (SUB Den)


  • 2:00-10:00pm Multicultural Greek Council Marketplace - SUB 3rd Floor
  • 5:30-6:30pm Baylor Religious Hour Choir Concert - Barfield Drawing Room
  • 6:30-7:15pm Modern Language & Cultures Carols Around the World - SUB Bowl
  • 7:30-8:30pm Baylor Religious Hour Choir Concert - Barfield Drawing Room
  • 8:15-8:45pm Kappa Omega Tau Christmas Tree Lighting - Burleson Quadrangle
  • 9:00-11:00pm Cory Morrow - Waco Hall


Happiness has always come naturally to Cory Morrow. With his rollicking, soulful, feel-good Texas country, he has made thousands jump on tabletops, shimmy, scream, and suspend worries for almost two decades, like a honky-tonk pied piper––and he shows no signs of stopping. But these days, Morrow is also devoted to something more. “I’ve always been able to find happiness and help others find happiness,” he says. “But there’s a difference between happiness and joy. Now, I feel like there’s a deeper sense of joy that’s not circumstantial.” Morrow sings hard, proving his smooth, fiery drawl has only gotten better with age. The music revels in a life full of love and purpose, drawing on gritty rock, thumping gospel, and Morrow’s signature juke-joint country. Many of the songs address faith and relationships, both human and holy, with urgency, gratitude, and wonder. “I think there has always been a thread of spirituality in everything I’ve done––I’ve always been searching for something more,” he says. “But in the last five or six years, I’ve started to actually find it. And in the last three or four years, I’ve begun to come into really deep contact with it––to walk in it.”