Baylor Magazine

Summer 2007 Features

Student-taught course highlights eco-friendly interior design

Baseball, bricks and a bear pit lead to one happy engagement

Cherry Award-winner Anton Armstrong teaches music as a tune-up for the soul

Film and digital media students well-trained 
to impact the entertainment industry

Emmy award-winner and '94 Baylor grad Angela Kinsey talks about her journey 
from life on campus to life in a cubicle on the set of NBC's The Office.

Three professors lead Baylor into "greener" pastures

Baylor to participate in National 'College Colors Day'

Along Fifth Street

Two estate gifts support endowed scholarships, Center for Christian Music Studies, Ministry Guidance program

Baylor moves past $1 billion endowment mark

Honors college professor elected to exclusive French research community

Baylor University President Emeritus Herbert H. Reynolds died suddenly May 25 at the age of 77. President John M. Lilley described Reynolds as "a man who was passionate about Christ, his family, religious liberty, and Baylor, and gave his life for all of them." Baylor's 11th president, Reynolds guided the university from 1981 to 1995. His funeral was held May 30 at First Baptist Church of Waco. Former Truett Seminary Dean Paul Powell looked back on his longtime friend's life in this eulogy.

Truett Seminary students don't just hear the Word--they do it.

A decade after its first graduating class and over a century after its namesake helped save Baylor University, George W. Truett Theological Seminary remains committed to preparing ministers and missionaries for worldwide Christian service.

Soldiers treasure life on campus more after returning from war



Track star named top Big 12 freshman after finishing high school in three years

Big 12 champion Lady Bears make first CWS appearance