Baylor Magazine

November/December 2002 Features

This fall, Baylor welcomed its largest and most prestigious faculty class, and it has the whole campus talking

A group of six major conferences taps Dr. Robert B. Sloan Jr. to lead efforts to reform abuses in college athletics

Jeff Nishinaka provides us with a romanticized view of Christmas at Baylor with his intricate cut-paper sculpture.

Along Fifth Street


Expectations for 'ideal' holiday leave many depressed

Diversification is a wise approach in today's stock market

Wilson's analysis of world ecosystems credits Christian efforts to protect creation

Unfolding accounting scandals undermine profession, prompt legislative reform

One little boy's heroes were first on the scene at the World Trade Center

After the plug is pulled on hormone study, postmenopausal women ask, 'Now what?'

Need some gift ideas for that special young person in your life? You can't go wrong with a good book. Here's a list of the 10 top-selling children's books of all time through the end of 2000 as compiled by Publishers Weekly.


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