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Fellow Bears

With so much happening in the Baylor Family, I thought I would take this opportunity to provide clarity on the most important ways you can play your role in making it even better. Because of you, we’re doing more than ever! It is exciting to see the Baylor Line team performing at such high levels

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Remembering L. Wayne Tucker, Jr.

It is with great sadness we mourn the loss of a larger-than-life leader: Wayne Tucker (‘85), Baylor Line Foundation’s Incoming President and a friend to so, so, so very many across the Baylor Family and the globe. “Wayne was an important and valued member of Baylor Line Foundation’s family in so many ways,” said Allen

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In Conversation with Isaiah Odajima

The Associate Professor of Ensembles and Director of the Golden Wave Band sat down for an interview about struggles, success, and how he has stuck to the things he loves. This interview has been edited for clarity and space. To hear the entire conversation, visit baylorline.com/isaiahinterview Jonathon Platt: Isaiah, could you tell us just a little

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More Pluck Than Luck

Her story would make an Alger hero look like a sissy Original Editor’s Note: One hears much about the fact that the younger generation has had it too easy and doesn’t know the meaning of work. Perhaps there are some students in this category, but we thought you should know about this 32-year-old housewife and mother

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Still Standing Tall & Proud

“At some point in their Baylor journeys, practically all of our students have taken a class in Tidwell, which houses some of our core disciplines, and we are grateful that this Baylor tradition will continue on for future generations because of their generosity.” These remarks, delivered by President Linda Livingstone at the re-dedication ceremony for

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A Fall In Five Scenes

1. “KAYE!” Curtis watched as the fall happened in slow motion, her name erupting from his lips without even realizing it. No matter how fast he tried to move, he knew it was too late. Despite a running leap, Kaye hadn’t fully made it across a five-foot gorge. Before Curtis’s eyes, the woman he had

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