Baylor's motto is Amat Victoria Curam, translated from Latin as "Victory Loves Care." Faculty and staff share their observations of seeing care and perseverance in 2020-21.
Baylor grad and PGA Tour professional Harris English '07 knows how to ring out the old year and ring in the new, posting a big win at the QBE Shootout in December and taking his first PGA Tour even win in seven years at the Sentry Tournament of Champions on Jan. 10.
Summer camps are open for registration and our new outdoor pool will be ready for even more summer fun!
Ask Dr. Lindsey Harris ’01 why she became a nurse, and she says she simply wanted to help others. Now ask her what is exciting about being named the first African-American president of the ASNA...
Is there a Cartter Scholar in your hometown? Perhaps Baylor's next Cartter Scholar will be from your church, nearby school, or neighborhood.
Baylor senior Nick Corday was the 113-pound champion, leading the Baylor wrestling team to a runner-up finish at the Knockout Christmas Classic in Kissimmee, Fla. over Christmas break.
In the Winter 2021 issue of Baylor magazine, you'll read about how Baylor has lived up to its motto, Amat Victoria Curam or Victory Loves Care, in the opening of campus this fall. That, plus all the campus, sports, student, and faculty news in the online version here.
Baylor dancers will present 28th Verve' in film format the week of Jan. 25.