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Overcoming Cancer and Finding Clarity In Life
Rob Gregory (’05) was working as an ad agency art director when he noticed a hard lump in his right…
Insider Report from Alumni-Elected Regent Melissa Mines
So, what is it really like? Five months into serving Baylor as its first alumni-elected Regent, this is the question…
Film Highlight: What About Waco
After making an award-winning documentary about the history of Shreveport, Louisiana, Baylor grad Chris Charles Scott returned to Waco to write…
For Whom The Bear Bell Tolls
In his 1624 poem, “No Man Is an Island,” John Donne, English minister and poet, penned the immortal words “……
VOICES: Baylor Over The Next Decade
In Volume 80, issue number 1, we asked a few alumni how they would like to see Baylor develop over…
2018 Hall Of Fame Honorees Announced
It is our great pleasure every year to honor Baylor alumni who have accomplished extraordinary achievements in their careers, in…
Follow your compass, and hold true to the calling in your heart. Now more than ever, the world needs you to be extraordinary. To live with integrity. To pursue wisdom. To set sail for new horizons. To risk everything for what you know is right. You are the pioneer we have been waiting for to light the ways of time. Lead us to the place we've never been.
Our newest issue of The Baylor Line explores the idea of Pioneers, focusing on stories of alumni who have carved new paths for us to follow. In these pages you'll find an interview with Lindsay Stover Davis, who may become the first female congresswoman from Baylor. This issue also celebrates 11 alumni who broke racial barriers across campus, explores the history of Seinan Gakuin, and calls on us all to be the pioneer we have been waiting for to light the ways of time.
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