Baylor’s Research Program lives out the slogan “Forever Forward” by supplying students with the opportunity to conduct independent studies on topics of their choice with the cutting-edge technology and resources that rival those of a university lab. Current students are utilizing these resources to explore the expression of specific proteins in breast cancer cells and to observe the mechanisms of protein in Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, just to name a few of the current projects facilitated by the program.
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Encapsulating a six day journey into a single page, senior Hannah Berke reflects on a recent Winter Break trip to Israel. In her thoughts, she recalls the culture, conditions, and conflicts of the region.
“Surround yourself with people who make you happy.” “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” “Always remain positive.” “Be who you want to be.” Baylor’s class of 2021 share their learning and advice for freshman year with heart.
Baylor Walkabout director Tim Williams has been taking students to India for more than ten years. Isabelle Drayer ‘18 shares some of her feelings leading up to the nearly three week kayaking and trekking adventure in March alongside nine fellow classmates.
Gender Committee co-president Grace McKenney provides a medley of resources concerning the gender wage gap and will allow readers to access multiple sources discussing the topic on a wide, variegated spectrum of opinions.
A group of Baylor students attended a Broadway Student Summit workshop in New York City, where they attended a variety of sessions on different theater areas.
Staff Writer Jenna Azzouz writes about the long-awaited exciting lighting upgrade of Roddy Theater.
Baylor’s own Robotics team has been preparing all year for the regional FTC, or First Tech Challenge; this contest entails competing robots, working like professional engineers, designing a multi-capable mechanism, and exclusive scholarships from colleges across the nation. Read on for their story of hard work, sportsmanship, disappointment, and hope for the future.
Once again, the Jamaica Education Foundation’s annual Midwinter Night’s Blast benefit concert brought The Nighthawks to Baylor for two special nights of great music to benefit an even greater cause.
The Harris-Stanford Honors Program, joined by the newly-introduced Abshire scholars, traveled to the “triangle” in North Carolina to discuss politics and tour colleges, all in partnership with The Institute for the Public Trust.
Boarder John Liu presents a brief account of Chinese New Year experiences in the Baylor Community, highlighting the pleasant celebrations for a great new year over the Winter Break holiday.
The 2017-2018 season for the Baylor Wrestling Team was a complete success with a runner-up finish in duals, and they just competed in Individual State; Read this article to get the scoop from Individuals.
Alex Robinson dissects the Red Raiders' regular season basketball sweep of the McCallie Blue Tornado after another installment of the epic cross-river rivalry.
Baylor cheer team travels to Orlando, Florida to perform in a National Competition.
At Baylor, every student is required to have an after-school activity, but in other places in Chattanooga, children spend their free time after school in gangs or committing illegal activity. Y-CAP, sponsored by the YMCA of Chattanooga, strives to build these students a new live. What is Y-CAP, and why is it so important in today’s society?
The Girls Tennis Team looks to bring home their eighth straight State Championship as Head Coach Kevin Donovan begins his first season at the helm of the Lady Raiders.
Enjoy these photos from French Immersion Day 2018.