Baylor Magazine

Winter 2010-2011: Features

A look at seven individuals -- one for each of Baylor football's wins this season -- who have helped the Bears earn their first bowl invitation in 15 years

Three Baylor graduates are at the forefront of the Generosity Movement, heading organizations that aim to help Christians handle their money in a Christ-like fashion.

Speaking on campus as part of the Presidential Symposium Series, University of Virginia professor Kenneth Elzinga examines what Christian higher education can and should look like.

Sixty years ago, the three men made their way from China to Baylor for college. Today, the three -- each a prominent leader back home -- remain friends with each other, and with Baylor.

Photographer Robert Rogers' pictures accompany Baylor students' stories of what they learned and experienced serving in Africa earlier this year.

Along Fifth Street

From the time he was introduced as Baylor's 14th president, Ken Starr has emphasized that before the university's next steps are plotted, it is important that he hears from the entire Baylor family.

Alumna and longtime professor Tommye Lou Davis appointed as VP for Constituent Engagement

To find out just why Dr. Edward Burger was named the recipient of the 2010 Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching, we asked a Baylor student, John McEntire, to sit in on one of Burger's classes. McEntire came back excited about how his classmates are benefitting from Burger's time at Baylor; here's his report.

Senior VP of Coca Cola speaks on faith and business

Carroll Library opens new Poage Map Room and exhibit

Alumni News & Notes

At first glance, Dr. Christine Fall, BA '24, MA '34, might have appeared out of place on the faculty of a college in Asia; after all, her academic interests centered on another continent. 

This time of year, I'm thankful to work at an institution where it's okay to use those words -- a university where mention of Christ's birth is not just tolerated, but celebrated. 


Baylor doctoral programs receive high marks in pair of national studies

Institute for Oral History collection focuses on preserving tragic memories of the civil rights era


Freshman Perry Jones III is the program's highest ranked signee ever -- but you wouldn't know it from talking to him.

The Baylor softball program received an early Christmas present this fall with the opening of the Getterman Indoor Softball Facility, a state-of-the-art indoor practice space.