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We hope you didn't miss coverage of the Foundation's "Education 4 Everyone" Golf Tournament in the October issue of Waco Today.
Congratulations to our Brazos Scholar Alicia Martinez, who was selected to receive a Waco Rotary Club scholarship. Alicia attends Baylor studying in the School of Social Work. Go to 1:07 in this video to hear Alicia's plans for her future.
Social isolation, health and financial fears, political upheaval and natural disasters are fueling the rising anxiety among college students returning to school online and in-person this fall.
School is starting back up, which means college application season is almost here for this year's seniors.
When applying to a college, value is definitely something to consider.
As the fall semester gets underway, college students are reuniting with their friends, getting (re)acquainted with campus and doing what college students often do: partying. But in the time of the coronavirus, as more parties surface university administrators have been quick to condemn — and even berate — the behavior of students.