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Campus News and Updates, Fall 2017

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The Complicated Religious Life of Ben Franklin

May 25, 2017, marked the 230th anniversary of the opening of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. The text of the unamended Constitution is notably secular, save for references like the “Year of our Lord” 1787. But the lack of religion in the document does not mean the topic went unmentioned.

Freshman class exceeds projections, sets all-time highs for diversity, selectivity

Baylor topped enrollment milestones for the diversity of its student body, enrolled a highly selective, high-achieving freshman class and advanced its retention and graduation rates to record levels, according to 12th class day statistics from Baylor’s Office of Institutional Research and Testing (IRT).

6 Ways Baylor Law Students Learn Law and Service to Others

Baylor Law School has received national recognition countless times for the quality of its academic preparation, the quality of its graduates, for its value—and for the school’s service to others.

Baylor again named a "Great College to Work For"

For the seventh consecutive year, Baylor earned recognition as a “Great College to Work For,” according to a new survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education, a top trade publication for colleges and universities.

Baylor at No. 75 in U.S. News Rankings

Baylor University is ranked No. 75 among National Universities in the latest rankings by U.S. News & World Report.

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