If you enjoy your class reunions every five years and just can’t wait for the next one to roll around, take a tip from Baylor’s Class of 1986.
As the head of a company that owns and operates restaurants in four states, Allen Corey ’74 has been a picture of resilience throughout the global pandemic.
When Austin Cole ’11 majored in development studies and Latin American and Caribbean studies at Brown University, he had an idea where his studies would lead.
Dr. Lindsey Harris '01 was recently elected the first African-American president of the Alabama State Nurses Association.
Catherine Lacey ’03 (who went by Lacey Booth while at Baylor) published her fourth book and third novel, Pew, in July of this year.
Geoff Millener's '07 new position at The Enterprise Center brings together his many skills as well as his core beliefs.
Andy North '98 has been named the new head of Hammond School, replacing Chris Angel '89 who will take over as Baylor's headmaster in the summer.
Donna Marie Sigel '14 stepped in last spring to assist the communications office in capturing and editing a steady stream of virtual events and video messages