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T&F: Moorer, Miller Place Fourth at U20 Championships

Alyssa Miller

Matthew Moorer and Alyssa Miller took fourth in their respective events on the final day of the 2019 USATF U20 Outdoor Championships Sunday afternoon at the Ansin Sports Complex in Miramar, Fla.

T&F: Moorer Advances to 400m Final

Matthew Moorer

Matthew Moorer clocked a time of 47.21 Saturday afternoon in the prelims of the 400 meters to move on to the finals at the 2019 USATF U20 Outdoor Championships in Miramar, Fla.

T&F: Moorer, Miller Head to USATF U20 Championships

Matthew Moorer

Coming off successful freshman seasons, Matthew Moorer and Alyssa Miller are set to compete Saturday and Sunday at the 2019 USATF U20 Outdoor Championships at the Ansin Sports Complex in Miramar, Fla.

MT's Bendeck Named CoSIDA Academic All-American

Jimmy Bendeck

WACO, Texas – Baylor men's tennis alum Jimmy Bendeck capped off a successful career by being named a College Sports Information Directors of American (CoSIDA) Second Team Academic All-America selection, announced by the organization Thursday afternoon.

Herald & Review (Decatur, IL): At Cerro Gordo High School, dual credit program lets students graduate with associate's degrees

June 16, 2019
This article about students graduating from high school with their associate’s degrees mentions Baylor senior pre-med student Mason McNamara, who was among the first two Cerro Gordo (Illinois) High School students to earn an associate's degree from Richland Community College (Decatur, Illinois) in high school.

KWBU-FM (Waco, NPR): Shout! Black Gospel Music Moments – “I’m Willing to Run”

June 23, 2019
AUDIO: On this episode of Shout! Black Gospel Music Moments, Baylor journalism professor Robert Darden features R.H. Harris, co-founder of the Soul Stirrers in 1935, who was one of the legends of gospel music. All of that history can be heard in in “I’m Willing to Run,” one of his recordings with the Christland Singers. Darden is founder of Baylor’s Black Gospel Music Restoration Project, which provides sounds and stories for this weekly program.

LogosTalk: Kill Your Academized Christianity before It Kills Your Students . . . and Their Ministries

June 22, 2019
Scott M. Gibson, Ph.D., The David E. Garland Chair of Preaching and director of Truett Seminary’s Ph.D. in Preaching Program at Baylor, writes that seminary students need to be taught to make all of their theological studies an act of spiritual devotion. He includes commentary on Paul Tripp’s book “Dangerous Calling.” Gibson is co-founder of the Evangelical Homiletics Society.

Ozarks Independent: Drury Assistant Coach Wins Triathlon

June 20, 2019
Danielle Dingman, B.S.Ed. (Health Science Studies) ’10, M.P.H. (Community Health Education) ’13, won the women’s Ironman 70.3 Eagleman event in Cambridge, Maryland last week, qualifying her for the 2019 70.3 World Championships on Sept. 7-8 in Nice, France. Dingman is a former All-American track and field student-athlete at Baylor. She is in her first season as an assistant triathlon coach at Drury University.

Meet Baylor’s nationally recognized expert on church-state relations

Baylor professor Francis Beckwith’s combination of education — a master’s and doctorate in philosophy from Fordham, plus a law degree from Washington University — and experience have made him a uniquely qualified expert on church-state relations. Since 2007, Dr. Beckwith has stayed busy in his many roles at Baylor: teaching both introductory and upper-level courses on […]

4 Baylor Bears whose lights are shining bright

Countless Baylor students are shining their light (and reflecting Christ’s light) in their lives — on our campus, in their communities, and across the world. Baylor’s social media accounts regularly share such stories; here are just a few recent examples of what we call #BaylorLights: Dania Buenrostro, a sophomore nursing major from Richmond, TX: “My […]

Meet Brigadier General Shan Bagby — the Army’s top dentist, and a Baylor Bear

Here’s a question most of us don’t think to ask, but is intriguing once it’s considered: Who takes care of our military members’ teeth while they serve? The answer is the U.S. Army Dental Corps, and its leader — the Army’s top dentist — is a Baylor Bear. Brigadier General Shan K. Bagby, MHA ’11, […]

And the prettiest spot on Baylor’s campus is…

What’s the prettiest spot on Baylor’s campus? It is … <drum roll> Pat Neff Hall! That’s according to an unofficial survey of the Baylor Family, conducted over the past week across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. More than 31,000 votes were cast in all as eight of Baylor’s most popular sites battled it out for the […]

Baylor Student Receives Place on Fulbright Summer Institute to the UK

WACO, Texas (June 20, 2019) – Burke Craighead, a junior University Scholar at Baylor University, has received a place on a Fulbright Summer Institute in the United Kingdom to study at the University of Westminster on one of the most prestigious and selective summer scholarship programs operating worldwide.

Baylor University American Literature Faculty Share 2019 Summer Reading List of 17 Classics

WACO, Texas (June 20, 2019) – It’s summertime. Hopefully, that means many will find more time to rest and crack open the pages of a book. And while it’s wonderful to celebrate new authors and new titles by grabbing the latest and greatest page-turning beach reads, it’s also appropriate to step back and look at literary classics, say American literature faculty in Baylor University’s department of English.

Baylor Summer 1 & 2 Missions Teams Serving Others in Texas, Around the World

WACO, Texas (June 18, 2019) – Throughout the summer, Baylor Missions is sending nine teams of 130 Baylor University students, faculty, staff and friends to locations in Brazil, Guatemala, India, Peru, Uganda, Zambia and McAllen, Texas. Each Baylor Missions experience fosters informed global engagement that promotes the integration of faith with discipline-specific learning and hands-on service to contribute solutions to real-world challenges at home and abroad.

Baylor Students, Faculty Create Greenhouse, Outdoor Learning Space at Local Elementary School

WACO, Texas (June 17, 2019) – Connally Elementary School in Waco is celebrating a new greenhouse and outdoor learning environment, thanks to the work of Stephanie C. Boddie, Ph.D., assistant professor of church and community ministries in Baylor University’s Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, and graduate students from the Baylor School of Education, George W. Truett Seminary and School of Engineering and Computer Science.

What's New BU February 25, 2019

Movie Mondays presents "The Wiz." Want to become a CPR/First Aid Instructor?

What's New BU March 18, 2019

Get your copy of "Bad Feminist!" Celebrate the Festival of Colors at Holi!

What's New BU March 4, 2019

Angel Paws at the BARC. Movie Mondays presents "Free Solo."

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Aug. 28 6:30-9:00pmMosaic Mixer
Aug. 29 6:00-8:00pmBlack Student Welcome
Sep. 3 6:00-8:00pmLatinX Night
Sep. 4 6:00-8:00pmMosaic Asian Night
Sep. 19 6:00-8:00pmMISTER Meeting
Sep. 25 3:30-5:00pmListening Session: Hispanic Heritage Month
Sep. 27 3:30-5:00pmHHM Faculty, Staff, Student Mixer
Aug. 26 9:00am - 12:00pmWelcome Breakfast
Sep. 4 3:30-5:00pmLocal Ministries' Interest Meeting
Sep. 5 3:30-5:00pmLocal Ministries Interest Meeting
Sep. 10 6:00-8:00pmNeighbor Nights
Sep. 24 6:00-8:00pmNeighbor Nights
Sep. 30 - Oct. 1Missions Week
Oct. 8 6:00-8:00pmNeighbor Nights