Baylor Magazine

May/June 2003

Someone has to tell the emperor he has no clothes and who better to do that than the masters of "undress" - the irreverent, satirical, almost anything goes NoZe?

New programming gives students opportunities to discover, develop strengths

In 1978, a Baylor sophomore rousted herself from bed to attend Sunday School. Although her reasons for going that morning were a little unorthodox, the friendships that resulted have been a firm foundation in her life ever since.

For a full year after her husband committed suicide, Lori Apon didn't answer the phone.

In the verdant rain forests of South America, along a stretch of the Amazon River where villagers have rarely, if ever, seen foreigners, a mission team of Baylor students traveled by riverboat to bring medical supplies and the message of God's love. They thought what they shared would change the hearts of others, but it was their own hearts that were touched most deeply.

On page 9 of the May/June issue of Baylor Magazine, two dates were printed incorrectly. The correct dates are: Ring Out, Friday, May 16, and Commencement, Saturday, May 17.

Along Fifth Street

Children have great choices for leisure-time reading

Boston College prof noted for ethics and popular culture expertise

First living-learning center designed
for engineering, computer science students

Panhellenic women move into newly dedicated Stacy Riddle Forum

Forensic project seeks to ID dead migrant 
workers buried in paupers' graves

Dr. Merry McBryde-Foster, Assistant Professor of Nursing

Alumni News & Notes

Today's Baylor student has opportunity for more than one kind of education

Coach Morriss goes on multicity tour to meet with alumni


Desire to better understand world will keep space exploration alive


After surgery and rehab, junior Zane Carlson is back on the mound

Softball hurler is business-minded about her future

Web Extras

Fifty years ago, a deadly tornado ripped through downtown Waco, mobilizing the city and Baylor as hundreds rallied to lend aid

Before your summer trip, research health and safety precautions

Report urges parents, soccer coaches not to take concussions lightly

Set goals and stay focused on them to avoid consumer temptations

Helpful suggestions can make difficult conversations easier

David Benson, Baylor AFROTC,
International Studies, '04

By Randy Lofgren, associate vice president for Alumni Services

Exiled brothers get together to reminisce

'Fun-loving boys' a part of Baylor tradition

Fatherless teenager looks to God as parent

Confusion continues to swirl around eligibility issues for homeschooled high school students seeking admission to colleges