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Nov. 9, 2020
Baylor in Washington Alumnus Collin Slowey on Walker Percy's "Love in the Ruins"
Baylor in Washington Alumnus Collin Slowey ('21) recently published an article in Public Discourse on the seemingly prophetic nature of Walker Percy's novel "Love in the Ruins." Collin draws on the similarities between the foundations of Percy's dystopian future, and the political, spiritual, and social divides that face our nation today. He extrapolates on Percy's work to urge that the remedy to our current state of social unrest lies not in further polarization, but in a concentrated investment in fulfilling our inherent social duties for the betterment of all.
Oct. 30, 2020
The Baylor Connections Podcast Welcomes Baylor in Washington Director Dr. David Corey
Dr. David Corey, director of Baylor in Washington, was recently featured on the Baylor Connections podcast. In this segment, host Derek Smith and Dr. Corey discuss the shape of our political climate, how Christians can work to bridge political divides, and how the Baylor in Washington Program is working to develop leaders through invaluable student opportunities in Washington, D.C.
Oct. 23, 2020
Baylor's Office of Engaged Learning Opens Internal Application for the 2021 Truman Scholarship
Baylor University's Office of Engaged Learning recently began its search to identify four outstanding Juniors to endorse nationally for the 2021 Truman Scholarship. This prestigious award seeks to honor and provide additional funding to Junior level students who have a penchant for public service. The award is open to students from a wide variety of disciplines, and applications for the 2021 Truman Scholarship are due November 23rd.
Aug. 25, 2020
Baylor in Washington Program recognized as Oasis of Excellence by American Council of Trustees and Alumni
In a recent press release, The Baylor in Washington Program was recognized with the distinction of being an Oasis of Excellence by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni.

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