Alumni Weekend Was Double the Fun!

Baylor doubled down for this year's Alumni Weekend, with folks celebrating two years worth of reunions at 30 reunion parties taking place throughout the city. 

It all got started on Friday, with 19 teams enjoying the annual golf tournament at Black Creek. The watch party at State of Confusion was up next, followed by Saturday's campus festivities that included a picnic on Rike, campus tours, a Baylor History 101 session led by Bo Chamberlain '90, and lots of family-friendly activities.  The induction of new Half-Century Club Members at a special dinner in Guerry Dining Hall took place Saturday evening, and the weekend concluded with the Head of School Awards and Memorial Chapel Service on Oct. 3.

Enjoy these photo galleries from the weekend

Click below to enjoy a video highlighting Spirit Week events on campus.


Seated (left to right) are Floyd Celapino, Carl Owens '74 and Bill McMahan '67. Standing are Bill Anderson '71, Tom Younger '74, Scott Smith '78, and Alan Shuptrine '81

Nationally acclaimed watercolorist Alan Shuptrine '81 was this year's recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award; trustee and chair of the board's new Development Committee Scott Smith '78 received the John T. 'Buddy' Fisher '46 Distinguished Service Award; Bill Anderson '71Mark Styslinger '82, and Tom Younger '74 were inducted into the Baylor Sports Hall of Fame; and retired faculty members (with 25 or more years of service) Floyd Celapino (42 years of service), Dr. David Conwell (25 years), Bill McMahan '67 (47 years), Bob Olson (30 years), Carl Owens '74  (36 years), and Tom Schow (34 years) received Dedicated Faculty Awards. 

The service also was a memorial to Baylor alumni, faculty, and staff members, who passed away in the most recent calendar year and a special remembrance of those in the Classes of 1970 and 1971 who have passed.


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