Wayland Baptist University

The Trail Blazer

September 10, 2007                          Since 1953                             Volume 58, No. 9

 



 

Headlines

Violence still raging in Kenya

Dr. Rick Shaw blogs about a trip to a Red Cross displaced persons camp

Centennial brings celebrations

Wayland celebrates its centennial with tons of events to participate in

The university displayed this painting of founder, Dr. J.H. Wayalnd, during the Heritage Chapel on Dec. 16

The Wayland family donated Dr. Wayland's personal shotgun to the university to celebrate its centennial

Laney Center dedication set for Feb. 17

Laney Center now open; formal dedication set for 17th

Meet Your Pioneer

Karen Wilson

Start eating healthy

Ways to keep New Year's healthy resolutions

Focus on Service

Senior Citizen Ministry needs your help

Why Not Hilary?

Know why you vote

Winning streak ends for Pioneers on road

Pioneers lose to Oklahoma Stars, tied for second in conference

Pep Band member Karen Wilson faces off with a Wayland cheerleader during the halftime of the Pioneers' game.

The cheerleaders won.

Despite loss, Pioneers still going strong

After losing star player, Pioneers hold on

Queens stick it to Cavaliers

Queens take revenge after falling to SGU in December

Pioneers smash St. Gregory

Pioneers in 3-way tie for second place in SAC tournament

Queens lose to Stars

Flying Queens lose to OCU Stars (ranked at No. 14)

Fantastic food at Frisco's

Daphnie Adams, daughter of Sandra Hinojosa, enjoys a pastry at Frisco Bakery.

Art show opens

Scholastic art show open Jan. 38- Feb. 23

Catch Spirit in concert

Spirit will perform in concert with Wes Hampton of the Gaither Vocal Band Tuesday, Feb. 5

Students losing art education

Lack of funding causing cut in art program