Headmaster Scott Wilson '75 shares a message with the Baylor family as the school community heads into spring break amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A partnership with Hamilton County has opened the doors of a Baylor lab to assist with testing local samples for COVID-19.
Baylor freshman Sophia Baleeiro loves to write, so when her English teacher, Melissa Pojasek, emailed her class about a real-world writing opportunity during the on-campus class suspension, Baleeiro jumped at the chance.
Baylor students and teachers submitted photos of their new ‘distance learning lives’—some of the most visually striking and creative are here for you to enjoy!
Our conscientious Baylor Notes editors have found a way to publish Issue 8 remotely. Click here to read about the latest news and opinions on, and off, the Baylor campus.
When members of the 78th Round Table learned on March 13 that classes would take place remotely, they got busy planning their upcoming meeting via Zoom.
It takes a virtual village to continue caring and connecting with one another and to keep Baylor running smoothly while faculty and staff members work remotely.
When classes at Baylor were suspended on Friday, March 13 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Headmaster Scott Wilson '75 reminded students in Upper School assembly that the school and country had faced another historic health crisis decades earlier.
Will Callaway '82, National Campaign Director for the Earth Day Network, encourages the Baylor community to participate at earthday.org on April 22.
About Headlines from the Hill
Headlines from the Hill is an electronic newsletter e-mailed each month by the Office of Communications.
A collection of student and faculty news, recent sports highlights, special events, and a featured video each month, Headlines from the Hill provides an online resource for alumni, parents, and friends of Baylor to keep current on happenings back on The Hill.