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Letter From the Editor

Growing up, my parents always wanted me to be involved in something I was passionate about. From a young age, I wanted to be immersed in anything that brought out my creative side. Whether that was through painting, writing, singing or dancing, I adored it all. In high school,...

Bridge of Souls

A visual representation of the impact of COVID-19 in McLennan County Story by Matti Pennington Photos by Josh McSwain An art installation that was in downtown Waco, known as the Bridge of Souls, created a visual representation of COVID-19’s impact in McLennan County. Six hundred colorful banners were displayed...

Inspiring Fashion

Fashion students find their inspiration from all over. Lexi Walters and Jordan Wilkins share where they get their creative inspiration from. Photos courtesy of Jordan Wilkins and Lexi Walters Baylor alum Anjelica Ray Anchterhof models one of the looks Wilkins created for the 2021 class Apparel Design and Product...

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...

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...

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,...

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...

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...

Looking to Get Creative?

Click the links below for easy crafts to get creative Patterned Painting Create a painting using your favorite colors and patterns Tools | Canvas, tape, black paint, white paint, paint colors of your choice and paint brushes Estimated Cost | $ 23 Scrap Collage Journal Create a collage journal...

Recipe Calls for Kindness

Story by Caroline Yablon Photos courtesy of Nightlight Donuts Illustrations by Trong Mai “Kindness, not sugar or flour or a special spice, is our secret ingredient and the thing that we believe so strongly in.” Even during a global pandemic, one local Waco business was able to uphold this...

Surviving the Mind

Written by Kaitlyn Clink and Trong Mai Illustrations by Claire Teng It is no secret that 2020 will go down in history as a year of change, struggle, and overcoming what seems like endless obstacles. Coronavirus took the world by surprise and showed its resilience, leaving countless issues in...

Faith in Times of Fear

Story by KJ Burkley Photos by Kaitlyn Clink Greater Ebenezer Baptist Church of Waco has stood the test of time, continuing to support the community as a place of worship and a place of service for Waco. Greater Ebenezer has called 919 Dutton Ave. home for over a century....

Landscapes in Lockdown

Story by Emma Whitt Art by Claire Gustafson No movies, no galleries, no museums, no concerts—quarantine felt eerily like it could be the death of the arts. But for Claire Gustafson it was just the opposite. In spite of many businesses struggling through the pandemic, Gustafson actually found a...

Students Take a Stand for Change

Story by Rebekah Carter Photos by Brittney Matthews “Black Lives Matter means simply that my life and the lives of other people that look like me matter,” said Spring senior Lexy Bogney, president of Baylors NAACP chapter. “If you replace the word Black in this statement and put the...