Waco-born baritone Jules Bledsoe starred on Broadway and toured Europe, but his original opera and other works languish in obscurity. A Baylor professor hopes to change that.
From Tom Herman to Houston Baptist to the Rose Bowl in North Texas, here's everything that made the 2020 season surprising and ridiculous.
Front pages once filled with stories about football games and student politics are now dedicated to tracking the latest test results, reporting on breaches of social distancing guidelines, and pressing university administrators for more transparency.
The show has traveled to the likes of Texas A&M, Baylor, and Texas Tech.
The campus chapter of It’s On Us brought awareness to its community by displaying the clothing that survivors were wearing when assaulted.
What a 2003 basketball scandal can tell us about sports culture at Baylor.
The 171-year-old university fired its football coach and demoted its famous President today. Will that be enough?
A much-talked-about football player at Baylor University—whom coaches “expect back” this fall—is currently on trial for the sexual assault of a fellow student. Questions now swirl around what the program knew and when they knew it.
As the University of Alabama’s Alpha Phi chapter faces blowback, we remember a different school's sorority recruitment video.
It’s a great step, but what it amounts to in practice isn’t quite clear.
Mimi Swartz wonders why, in this day and age, there are so few Hispanics serving on the boards of Texas nonprofits.
Texas teams—and the Big 12—aren’t going to be competing for a National Championship.
In the latest Princeton Review ranking, three Texas institutions of higher learning made the list of schools most "LGBT-unfriendly."
But Tim Tebow is more popular than all of them. Public Policy Polling released the last part of its January Texas voter survey.
The prediction polls are saying that Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III will win the Heisman Trophy on Saturday.
The Baylor University president shows us his refuge.
Baylor University gets sued by one of its own.
After the latest standoff thereï¿½by an armed UFO cultistï¿½you might think so. But on the fifth anniversary of the Branch Davidian siege, the Central Texas community is doing just fine, thank you.
Pray for Baylor. The Baptists are calling each other flat-earthers and liberal parasites, and the school they call Jerusalem on the Brazos is caught in the middle.