April 26, 2015

Campus Happenings

Keter claims cross country national title

Posted: November 24, 2014 in Athletics,WBU News

LAWRENCE, Kan. – Some things about Wayland Baptist’s cross country season have been a bit of a see-saw this year. One thing has not: Benard Keter. Such was the case again Saturday at the NAIA Cross Country National Championships at Rim Rock Farms as Wayland’s men’s and women’s teams hit somewhat of a lull. Keter, […]

Faith leads to healing for Miss Wayland 2015

Posted: November 24, 2014 in Student Life,WBU News

PLAINVIEW – When the judges’ decision was announced last Saturday, Nov. 15, at Wayland Baptist University’s Miss Wayland 2015 scholarship pageant, Kelsi Crawford was overcome with emotion. As she was crowned, Crawford couldn’t help but feel lucky and blessed, knowing she had come a long way from where she was a year ago – on […]

Wayland recognized for military testing sites

Posted: November 24, 2014 in Academics,WBU News

PLAINVIEW, Texas – Wayland Baptist University has been recognized as having two of the top 25 best performing military test centers in the nation by the College Board. Wayland’s sites at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Alaska, and at Lackland AFB in San Antonio both received recognition. Each year the College Board recognizes the top […]

Skid stopped: Pioneers drop Bacone, 26-14

Posted: October 27, 2014 in Athletics,Student Life

MUSKOGEE, Okla. – Butch Henderson said the breaks would start going Wayland’s way, and on Saturday they did. The Pioneers took advantage of six turnovers and some other fortunate bounces as Wayland Baptist defeated Bacone College in Central States Football League play, 26-14. “We kept telling them good things would happen, and they stayed after […]

WBU enjoys ‘great experience’ with Chinese team

Posted: October 24, 2014 in Athletics,Student Life,WBU News

It may be the first, and last, time that Wayland Baptist volleyball coach Jim Giacomazzi is more upbeat than upset following a three-set defeat. “It was a great experience,” Giacomazzi said after the Pioneers dropped an exhibition match to one of the top Chinese professional teams, Zhejiang, on Wednesday night in Hutcherson Center, 25-7, 25-18, […]

WBU Professor sets performance schedule

Posted: September 5, 2014 in Student Life,WBU News

PLAINVIEW – Along with her busy class schedule, Dr. Sandra Mosteller, professor of instrumental studies at Wayland Baptist University, has a busy performance schedule coming up. Mosteller will perform a solo recital on Tuesday, Sept. 9, then will tour as part of the Sorores Duo with performance dates scheduled for Sept. 18, 19 and 22. […]

Wayland opens semester with Convocation Chapel

Posted: August 28, 2014 in Student Life,WBU News

PLAINVIEW — Wayland Baptist University officially rang in the fall 2014 semester Wednesday morning in Convocation Chapel as WBU President Dr. Paul Armes addressed the student body covering issues such as ethics in learning, the importance of faith, and sexual morality. Drawing from Romans 12:1-2 where the apostle Paul encourages the early Roman church to […]

Civility focus spawns campus involvement group

Posted: February 5, 2014 in Student Life,WBU News

PLAINVIEW — Wayland Baptist University’s ongoing emphasis on civility took center stage during Wednesday morning’s chapel service in Harral Memorial Auditorium as the School of Fine Arts led in a time of reflection on what it means to be and act civilized. Wednesday’s chapel, “Wayland the Barbarian, II,” was a continuation of a chapel service […]

BSM group building relationships in Haiti

Posted: February 3, 2014 in Student Life,Uncategorized

PLAINVIEW – Ashley Teague remembers attending a Girls in Action camp at Plains Baptist Assembly, near Floydada, when she was in the fourth grade. The worship team left a lasting impression on her as they used sign language to communicate their message, stressing the importance of reaching out to the hearing impaired. “Deaf people are […]

Curiosity leads to new research technique

Posted: January 13, 2014 in Academics,WBU News

January 6, 2014 PLAINVIEW — If necessity is indeed the mother of invention, freshman exuberance certainly lends a hand. Just ask Jessica Kenneson. Kenneson is a junior chemistry/molecular biology double major at Wayland Baptist University and her curiosity about an article she read as part of one of her freshman science classes has led to research […]