Can you sense it?

Fall 2023

Dive deep into how our senses can tell various stories across Baylor University and Waco, Tx.

Featured Posts

  • Markglass


    How a local dentist found his passion for stained-glass artistry Story by KJ Burkley Photos by Audrey La Mark McCall, a steady force in Waco dentistry for the past three decades, displays his passion for stained glass artistry. The 63-year-old dentist has now entered his 36th year of dental practice, and nearly two decades of…

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  • Sincerely, an Interior Designer

    Sincerely, an Interior Designer

    Story by Victoria Fauntleroy Photos by Victoria Fauntleroy Being an interior design major is so much more than picking paint colors, fabrics and making a space look nice. We are flattered when you ask us for design advice, but there is so much more to us than that. Since I am a highly creative person,…

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  • ARTPrenticeship


    An internship program that pairs high school students with local professional artists Story by Matti Pennington Photos by Josh McSwain ARTPrenticeship is a paid internship program that pairs students from Waco ISD with local professional artists. Together, they create works of art throughout Waco that reflect the community’s history, aspirations and beauty. “The program allows…

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  • Q & A With an Art Major

    Q & A With an Art Major

    Art by Lacey Ryan What is your major and what made you choose it? I am a studio art major pursuing my bachelor’s degree. I chose this major because I am passionate about art and enjoy making it. What is it like being an art student at Baylor? Being an art student at Baylor has…

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  • Diane Rose

    Diane Rose

    Artist shares how God has blessed her with creative talent despite losing her eyesight Story by Katelyn Pattterson Photos by Josh McSwain Diane Rose quilts because God blessed her without a talent. She was born with glaucoma, which left her vision-impaired, but not without light perception and color until 1984. That year, four days before…

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