Category Archives: Carroll Chapel

Research Ready: May 2014

Ever thought about how the furniture in Baylor buildings is selected? Or how a fraternity gets started? Or how money was raised? Gain insider insights into all of these questions in our latest Research Ready. Continue reading

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An Independence Commencement: How Baylor&#x27s Earliest Graduates Celebrated

We introduced Margaret Hall Hicks, a Baylor alumna from the 1870s, this summer in our “Looking Back at Baylor: Simple Pleasures in Independence” post. We encourage you to read it for a view of Christmas celebrations in Baylor’s early years. … Continue reading

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