This year's senior editors, Orly Berke and Ava Echard, welcome the school back to another year with the Baylor Notes.
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Janie Pippenger, '21, reflects on Scott Wilson's powerful impact on Baylor's students and spirit of community.
This article shares different perspectives within the boarding community of life with COVID-19. Continue reading to find out more about the impact the global pandemic has had.
Juniors Maddie Kim ‘22 and Caleb Nuñes ‘22—channeled their interest in medicine, found a group of students to help, and put together something that will help everyone in the Baylor community by promoting health and safety for all.
Ava Echard, '21, sat down in conversation with Ada Cruikshank, '21, to discuss some of the pros and cons of starting senior year through Zoom.
Maddie Kim, '22, describes how Dr. Forrester and Dr. Richards have been working hard to ensure testing at Baylor's campus runs as smoothly as possible.
Ibilola Esho, '22, describes the ways in which members of the Baylor community explored their more creative sides during quarantine.
Bored during summer break social distancing? Read how eight students worked with art teacher Betsy Carmichael and professional artist Timur Ahkriev in a five-day summer painting course to learn the basics of composition in painting.
Connie Ni, '22, explores the ways in which the music program has been flourishing in spite of COVID limitations.
The creativity of the Baylor community soars as people find ways to express their personalities through face masks.
What would you tell yourself a year ago? Spend time with friends? Invest in Zoom? Read more about the Baylor community's take on it...
The COVID-19 pandemic seems to have impacted everything, from jobs to education to sports: yet another thing it has affected is Baylor’s very own R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Scholars Program. Read on to learn more.
Click here to learn all about Baylor's incredible job of making lunch for the students COVID-19 friendly!
The summertime is a great time to make friends at the Baylor Camps. However, due to COVID-19, they had to function a bit differently to follow safety guidelines. Read more to learn about how the camps managed to keep the campers safe and smiling!
Click here to read an interview with Baylor's newest head of athletics, Mark Price.
The pandemic has brought about huge changes this school year. However, in the midst of all this change, we can still rely on Baylor to rule over athletics. Click here to read a preview on fall sports this year such as football, girls soccer, volleyball, and cross country.
Since the start of the school year, several athletic teams have had to quarantine because of their exposure to COVID-19.
Read more about the precautions Baylor is taking with sports to ensure safety.
Click to listen to Steven Yao '21 interview two seniors on their path to college scholarships.
From welcoming our new boarders to campus to adjusting to a new way of going to classes, our resilient students and faculty made the first week of 2020-21 a resounding success. Baylor always finds a way!