This past weekend, the residential life team ensured another successful boarding orientation. Read more to find out about new events (alongside some of the classics) employed to help the new boarding students acclimate to Baylor!
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Senior Taegan Bunch shares her thoughts on some of the newest revisions to the B-Book, posing some interesting questions about the Baylor dress code in response to the newest changes made going into this year, namely to pants and sweatshirt requirements.
This summer, ten Baylor juniors set off on exchange. One of last year's exchanges, Kate Padilla, interviewed this year's travelers abroad and asked them questions about their experiences had and memories made.
Nick Daniels shares the travels of twelve Baylor seniors whose “quiet leadership” earned them a spot on the Joe Key Leadership Trip to Maine, where the twelve companions spent a week under the supervision of the Walkabout program camping and kayaking.
Senior staff writer Elodie Nix shares her first-hand experience from a summer travel opportunity new to Baylor students this year: exploring the sublime from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein in and around the Swiss Alps of Europe. From lofty summits to purloined luggage to ice thrones, read all about this grand adventure!
Ten rising seniors represented Baylor in our nation’s capital from June 4-9 on the tenth Abshire Trip. The group attended leadership and ethics seminars, while also enjoying the zeal of the Stanley Cup Finals. Tripper Lily Zabel recaps the experience.
Notes Editor-in-Chief Kristopher Kennedy welcomes readers to the first issue of the 88th volume of the Notes and previews some of the publication's changes.
This summer, eight Baylor students traveled to Italy as members of the Liz Aplin Trip. Tripper and staff writer Anika Iqbal dives deep into this profound artistic experience and unique travel opportunity.
Staff writer Jenna Azzouz shares her unique perspective on the intersection of art and history—an intersection her art class crossed last year at Baylor, much like Baylor students of generations before.
Junior Seth Johnson, an active movie-goer, rates and reviews four of the summer’s biggest films: Avengers: Infinity War, Solo: A Star Wars Story, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and Mission Impossible: Fallout.
Today officially marks the beginning of another school year—Baylor’s one hundred twenty-fifth. This quasquicentennial celebration will be present throughout the school year, and junior staff writer Kate King shares her thoughts on not only the occassion’s significance, but the significance of our shared Baylor experience.
Eagle-eyed students may have noticed a few changes around campus last spring: plant beds popping up along the entrance road, bushes of pink and red flora scattered in front of dorms, and perhaps a massive pit where our asphalt heart of campus once sat: the Quad! Fear not—the pit will soon be replaced with the crown jewel of the new Green Spaces initiative. Read on for details of the picturesque yard at the top of the Hill.
The start of another school year means a new class of faculty. Baylor welcomes 21 new faculty members to campus, including some old friends.
With the annual Club Fair right around the corner, take a chance to read about four of Baylor’s student-led clubs that you will be able to join!
Didn’t do your summer reading? Dreading the start of another school year? Well don’t worry—we’ve got six more weeks of summer!
Senior Baylor Broadcasting Network commentator Alec Coussoule shares his thoughts on the upcoming football season, previewing this Red Raiders squad’s new look and making some predictions on the season’s outcome.
Coming off of championship seasons, the Baylor Soccer and Volleyball squads are still just as hungry as ever to win. Behind a bevy of returning leadership and two consistently successful head coaches, both squads feel good going into the 2018 season.
With a change in the coaching staff and new team captain, this year’s BXC girls have already been preparing extensively for their first competitive run of the season on August 22.
With Austin Clark’s retirement from basketball this spring, the search began for a new boys’ basketball coach. After a long search process, Baylor hired Mark Price of Belmont to take the reins.
More student shots from the beautiful, grandiose Swiss Alps on the Frankenstein Trip.