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Baylor West update: Ways to Give, Dia Concert to Benefit West Relief
[4/18/2013]
We have seen a great outpouring of support as members of the Baylor community continue to pray for and seek meaningful ways to help care for those impacted by the terrible tragedy in West.
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Making Science Cool: Girl Genius STEM Conference
[4/2/2012]
Women are largely underrepresented in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), comprising only 25 percent of the workforce in those fields. The Girl Scouts of Central Texas and Texas State Technical College are trying to change that figure. At the first ever Girl Genius STEM Conference held in Waco, they teamed up to offer a day of hands-on workshops to make STEM more accessible to girls and breakdown stereotypes that might prevent them from trying out these fields.
(FULL STORY)

Pack of Hope
[4/2/2012]
The economic crisis that has hit the nation affects Texas everyday. 25 percent of children in our state suffer from food insecurity. McLennan County is an area which has been hit harder than most. However, for a small portion of these children there is hope. Adam Harris reports for KWBU FM.
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Cain Looks Ahead To Public Feedback In Potential Campus Closings
[11/11/2011]
Yesterday on KWBU, we heard part one of a conversation with Waco ISD superintendent Bonny Cain, who suggested to the board last month that up to 8 schools be closed to help cover a 3.4 million dollar budget shortfall next year. Continuing today, Dr. Cain talks to KWBU's Derek Smith about the process of determining what will be cut and how the public can be involved.
(FULL STORY)

Central Texas Leadership Series - November 11, 2011
[11/11/2011]
Baylor President Ken Starr discusses his lifetime of service, from the nation's capital to Baylor University.
(FULL STORY)

Cain Discusses Possibility Of School Closings In Waco I.S.D.
[11/10/2011]
Cuts in funding from the State of Texas have forced Waco ISD and districts across the state to face massive changes in the months ahead. With millions of dollars needing to be slashed, the district is looking at closing schools. This week, KWBU is visiting with superintendent Bonny Cain about proposals and opportunities for the community to have their voice heard.
(FULL STORY)

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Visits Baylor
[11/10/2011]
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice spoke at Baylor University last night, visiting with President Ken Starr as part of the "On Topic" series. KWBU's Derek Smith was there.
(FULL STORY)

Central Texas Leadership Series
[11/4/2011]
Dave Campbell discusses his legendary career in sportswriting and a lifetime in Central Texas.
(FULL STORY)

Professors' Weapon Of Choice To Fight Poverty: A Bottle Of Coke
[11/1/2011]
A chance meeting with Honduran businessmen and a Coke bottle has led to business lessons around the world. Where do Baylor Business Professors Blaine McCormick and Van Gray see things going from here? KWBU's Derek Smith wraps up the series.
(FULL STORY)

Growth Brings Excitement, Trepidation For Small Entrepreneurs Worldwide
[10/31/2011]
How can you change the way business is done by examining a bottle of Coke? Two Baylor professors found that the possibilities could be endless. We continue our series with Blaine McCormick and Van Gray on KWBU.
(FULL STORY)


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