The Missing

We knew them only by their numbers. The spreadsheet listing them seemed endless, although that could have been a trick the mind plays on itself after scrolling through column after column of data for untold hours. The names were missing. I began to wonder if they’d even had names to begin with. Numbers on a…

Before There Was A “Lariat,” There Was The “Literary”

The daily documentation of life at Baylor University began in earnest with the first issue of The ‘Varsity Lariat, the campus newspaper of record since 1900. But almost a decade earlier, Baylor students in the waning decade of the 19th century found their means of expression on the pages of the Baylor Literary. And now,…