November/December 2003 Features
Three children, three BFAs, 34 performances and now, a final bow
When she became part of the news, journalist Macarena Hernandez was reminded of the far-reaching power of one's words
In the land of milk and honey, Baylor graduates pursue star-studded dreams
Baylor professor returns to father's homeland after 50-year absence
Baylor in Cuba program gears study toward future business potential
Along Fifth Street
At the end of a volley of pro- and anti-Sloan sentiments, Regents vote 31-4 to reaffirm his leadership
finance, '04, yell leader co-captain
Renovations, fund raising for Bear Plaza under way
New HDTV-format program to be featured nationally on PBS
Cosby visits Waco to "lift spirits" of Baylor, Central Texas
Student enrollment for fall 2003 was more than 13,900 students, including a larger freshman class than last year.
Full slate of activities awaits alumni, students Nov. 5-8
The Baylor chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, an academic honor society, was presented a new award for excellence.
Despite a struggling national economy, during the 2002-03 fiscal year at Baylor, significant donations and endowment monies were generated.
Baylor hosts a group of the nation's foremost scholars in ethics and education.
Student-run information network latest source of news and views
Here are some of the newest or highest-rated toys available for children this holiday season, as well as a list of Web sites to check out other options.
Account of discovery of DNA's structure filled with drama, suspense
In national higher education circles, Baylor's Vision is a cause to celebrate
ID theft is one of this decade's fastest-growing consumer crimes
Annual rebalancing is one strategy to help maintain stable risk exposure
Educational, entertaining toys available for children of all ages
Changing economic factors impact traditional parenting roles
Alumni News & Notes
Baylor alumna, international scholar visits political science class
Baylor law grad, Vietnam POW knows how to prevail
Jeff DaCunha, postdoctoral Fellow in mathematics
Chris Cragin Day and Steven Day, master's of fine arts program