A report on Baylor University

This statue of Judge Baylor is at the front of Founder's Mall in the heart of campus.
Judge R. E. B. Baylor
In 1892, Baylor University had two main buildings, Old Main and Burleson Hall
Burleson Quadrangle in the early 1900s
Kenneth Winston Starr was President of Baylor from 2010 to 2016.
Baylor Law School on the Brazos River
Pat Neff Hall houses the office of the university's president and others
The sign inscribed Baylor's Student Union Building (SUB)
Student choirs and orchestras performing the 1812 Overture on Fountain Mall for the 2009 President's Concert.
Phi Kappa Chi and Chi Omega performing at Baylor University's 2011 All-University Sing
Delta Delta Delta and Kappa Alpha Order participate in Baylor University's 2018 Homecoming Parade.
The pool in the Student Life Center (SLC)
Members of The NoZe Brotherhood in 2002
Baylor University's Air Force ROTC program celebrated 65 years in 2013.
Baylor Sciences Building
The interior of the Baylor Sciences Building
Burleson Quadrangle
McLane Stadium
The Baylor Line on the field of a home football game
The Immortal Ten Memorial
Willie Nelson attended Baylor
Mark Hurd
David Crowder
Robert Griffin III
Jeff Dunham
Trey Wingo
Brittney Griner
Robert Fulghum
Gary W. Keller
Michael Johnson
Ann Richards
Pat Neff in the Spring, named for the former governor of Texas, Texas Railroad Commission member, and president of Baylor
Bill Daniel Student Center from the side
Bill Daniel Student Center during Christmas
Tidwell Bible Building at Baylor University in Waco, Texas
Tidwell Bible Building
Truett Seminary
Mayborn Museum
Old Main and Pat Neff Hall
Pat Neff Hall looking west
Statue of Judge Baylor
Another view of Burleson Quadrangle
Baylor Science Building
McLane Stadium interior facing south
Ada-Rhodes Short

Private research university in Waco, Texas.

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Samuel Palmer Brooks

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Samuel Palmer Brooks (December 4, 1863 – May 4, 1931) was the President of Baylor University from 1902 to 1931.

Pat Morris Neff

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Pat Neff Hall at Baylor University
Illustration of Neff and handwritten signature from 1933 Baylor University "Roundup" yearbook

Pat Morris Neff (November 26, 1871 – January 20, 1952) was an American politician, educator and administrator, and the 28th Governor of Texas from 1921 to 1925, ninth President of Baylor University from 1932 to 1947, and twenty-fifth president of the Southern Baptist Convention from 1944 to 1946.

McLane Stadium south end zone construction photo July 16, 2014

McLane Stadium

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McLane Stadium south end zone construction photo July 16, 2014
McLane Stadium before its inaugural Baylor game.
McLane Stadium video board
McLane Stadium locker room

McLane Stadium is an American football stadium in Waco, Texas owned and operated by Baylor University.

Herbert H. Reynolds

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Herbert Hal Reynolds (March 20, 1930 – May 25, 2007) was the president of Baylor University from 1981 to 1995.

George Washington Baines

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G.W Baines house

George Washington Baines (December 29, 1809 – December 28, 1882) was an American frontier politician, editor, teacher, and Baptist preacher in Texas; he was also president and co-founder of Baylor University.

David E. Garland

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David E. Garland (born September 24, 1947) served as the interim president of Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

Baylor Bears

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Big 12 logo in Baylor's colors
Baylor vs. Texas in 2006
The Immortal Ten Memorial

The Baylor Bears are the athletic teams that represent Baylor University.

Baylor Law School

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Oldest law school in Texas.

Oldest law school in Texas.

Baylor Law School at dusk
Baylor Law School on the banks of the Brazos River.
Baylor University School of Law as seen from the front

Baylor Law School is affiliated with Baylor University and located in Waco, Texas.

Republic of Texas

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Sovereign state in North America that existed from March 2, 1836, to February 19, 1846, although Mexico considered it a rebellious province during its entire existence despite the Treaties of Velasco of May 1836.

Sovereign state in North America that existed from March 2, 1836, to February 19, 1846, although Mexico considered it a rebellious province during its entire existence despite the Treaties of Velasco of May 1836.

Map of the Republic of Texas. Since the Republic was not recognized by Mexico, its entire territory was disputed. The area that was controlled by the Republic is in dark green while the territory claimed by the Republic but not effectively controlled is in light green.
The Burnet Flag used from December 1836 to January 1839 as the national flag until it was replaced by the Lone Star Flag, and as the war flag from January 25, 1839, to December 29, 1845
Map of the Republic of Texas. Since the Republic was not recognized by Mexico, its entire territory was disputed. The area that was controlled by the Republic is in dark green while the territory claimed by the Republic but not effectively controlled is in light green.
Naval ensign of the Texas Navy from 1836–1839 until it was replaced by the Lone Star Flag
Detail of a map showing the Republic of Texas by William Home Lizars, 1836
Map of the Republic of Texas by Thomas Gamaliel Bradford, 1838
Map of the Republic of Texas and the Adjacent Territories by C.F. Cheffins, 1841
Sam Houston and Stephen F. Austin depicted on a 1936 US postage stamp commemorating 100th anniversary of the Texas Republic
Baylor University, 1892 lithograph
The Hôtel Bataille de Francès (now Hôtel de Vendôme), Place Vendôme in Paris, housed the Embassy of the Republic of Texas.
Postage stamp issued on the 100th anniversary of Texas statehood, 1945
Proposals for Texas's north and west boundaries in 1850 debate
Mexico between 1835 and 1935 faced many independence movements, including Texas.
Territory which declared its independence from Mexico, 1835–1936
Territory claimed by multiple independence movements
Territory claimed by the Republic of the Rio Grande
Other rebellions

President Anson Jones signed the charter for Baylor University in the fall of 1845.

The NoZe Brotherhood, circa 2002

The NoZe Brotherhood

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The NoZe Brotherhood, circa 2002
Kinky Friedman, a.k.a. Bro. The Yellow NoZe of Texas
NoZe Glasses on Old Main

The NoZe Brotherhood is a collegiate society at Baylor University.