Whether you were age 3 or 83, there was something for everyone at Alumni Weekend 2019. Thanks to everyone who joined the fun!
The Baylor football team got off to a 5-0 start for the first time since 2014 this season, and although a 35-28 loss to McCallie was a setback, coach Phil Massey is still focused on what his Red Raiders can accomplish in 2019.
The annual Big Red Quest admission event had a record number of fifth graders for a campus-wide treasure hunt adventure.
When sisters Kadi Cole Brown ’98 and Natalie Cole Parker ’01 give to The Baylor Fund, it brings back many family memories.
The Baylor girls' and boys' golf teams finished their season with a team/individual sweep of region championships, a state runner-up trophy for the girls, and a third-place state finish for the boys. Even better news is that the teams' success is being led by sophomores.
Nine Baylor seniors have been named award winners in the 65th National Merit Scholarship Program.
The Baylor Players present an adaptation of the classic play, Pride and Prejudice, Oct. 30 - Nov. 3. A photo exhibit feature Kurt Emmanuele's photos from the AT will be on display in the lobby.
Baylor recently honored faculty and staff completing five year periods of service, and who have combined for 470 years of service to the school.
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.