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
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Private research university in Waco, Texas.

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William Carey Crane

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Crane historical marker in his namesake city and county, Crane, Texas

William Carey Crane (March 17, 1816 – February 27, 1885) was an American Baptist minister, an educator, and the president of Baylor University from 1864 to 1885.

Sam Houston

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American general and statesman who played an important role in the Texas Revolution.

American general and statesman who played an important role in the Texas Revolution.

Sam Houston Birthplace Marker in Rockbridge County, Virginia
General Sam Houston (postcard, circa 1905)
The Republic of Texas after the Texas Revolution
The United States in 1849, with the full extent of Texas's land claims shown
Houston in 1859
Sam Houston in 1861.
Houston's grave in Huntsville, Texas
Margaret Lea Houston
A Tribute to Courage

On November 19, 1854, Houston was baptized by Rev. Rufus C. Burleson, president of Baylor University, by immersion in Little Rocky Creek, two miles southeast of Independence.

Henry Lee Graves

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Henry Lee Graves (February 22, 1813 – November 4, 1881) was the President of Baylor University from 1846 to 1851.

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

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Baptist seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

Baptist seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

B.H. Carroll
Postcard of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1912
B. H. Carroll Memorial Building, the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's main administrative building.

SWBTS grew out of the Baylor University theological department, which was established in 1901.

Oscar Henry Cooper

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Oscar Henry Cooper (November 22, 1852 – August 22, 1932) was the President of Baylor University from 1899 to 1902, and of Simmons College, now known as Hardin-Simmons University from 1902 to 1909.

Ken Starr

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American lawyer who served as a United States circuit judge and 39th solicitor general of the United States.

American lawyer who served as a United States circuit judge and 39th solicitor general of the United States.

Official portrait, 2007
Starr with Brett Kavanaugh and Alex Azar in the 1990s
Starr testifying before the House Judiciary Committee in November 1998
Starr in December 2019

He was later the president and chancellor of Baylor University in Waco, Texas, from June 2010 until May 2016, and was the Louise L. Morrison chair of constitutional law at Baylor Law School.

Confederate veteran Samuel Hollingsworth Stout, co-founder and founding dean in 1902–1903.

Baylor College of Medicine

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Private, independent health sciences center in Houston, Texas within the Texas Medical Center, the world's largest medical center.

Private, independent health sciences center in Houston, Texas within the Texas Medical Center, the world's largest medical center.

Confederate veteran Samuel Hollingsworth Stout, co-founder and founding dean in 1902–1903.
Baylor College of Medicine (BCM)

In 1903, an alliance with Baylor University in Waco was formed and the name was changed to Baylor University College of Medicine.

1st Lt. Jack Lummus, Medal of Honor recipient

Jack Lummus

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1st Lt. Jack Lummus, Medal of Honor recipient
Medal of Honor
arriving at Subic Bay (2016)

Andrew Jackson Lummus Jr. (October 22, 1915 – March 8, 1945) was a two-sport athlete at Baylor University, a professional football player with the New York Giants, and an officer in the United States Marine Corps.

John M. Lilley

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John Mark Lilley (born March 24, 1939) served as the 14th president of the University of Nevada, Reno from 2001 to 2005 and 13th president of Baylor University from 2006 to 2008.

William D. Underwood

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William D. Underwood has been the eighteenth President of Mercer University since 2006.

William D. Underwood has been the eighteenth President of Mercer University since 2006.

He was the interim President of Baylor University from 2005 to 2006.