baylor

12.28.18

Women are coming for the judge who let Baylor ex-frat president accused of sexual assault off with no jail time

Texas judge Ralph Strother accepted a plea of “no contest" from Jacob Anderson, a Baylor University student, in early December.

12.14.18

Why the Baylor ex-frat president accused of rape won’t serve any time in jail

He’ll just need counseling while on probation — and to pay a $400 fine.

6.15.17

Baylor's Interim President Was Just Another Part of the Problem

A recent deposition reveals David Garland to be willfully ignorant at best, and a coward at worst.

5.17.17

Former Student Sues Baylor, Alleges Football Team Videotaped Gang Rape

This is the seventh Title IX lawsuit filed against the Baptist university in its ever growing sexual assault scandal.

4.19.17

Baylor Names First Female President in School History, Which Changes Nothing

Linda A. Livingston is the first woman to serve as president of Baylor University in the school's 142-year history—a history that has recently been shaped by scandal. Is a glass cliff waiting for her in Waco?

3.25.17

Grown Up Reporters Are Actually Complaining About Kid Reporter's Legit Question at Presser

Some trolling old timer reporters decided they had something to say about a SI For Kids reporter. SMH.

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3.17.17

Ingenious Kid Duct-Tapes March Madness Action to Buddy's Back in Class

They either deserve an A+ or an F. I'm leaning A+ on this one.

3.14.17

Baylor Fires Assistant Director of Football Ops for Sending Inappropriate Texts to a Teenager

Baylor has had to fire another staffer for inappropriate conduct.

2.25.17

Baylor Coach Kim Mulkey on Parents Concerned About Sexual Assault Scandal, "Knock Them Right in the Face"

"The problems we have at Baylor are no different than the problems at any other school in America."​

2.7.17

Newly-Hired Strength Coach at Baylor Arrested on Prostitution Charge

He was part of the incoming staff that hoped to clean up the tarnished image of Baylor football.

1.31.17

Baylor University Allowed 'at Least 52 Acts of Rape' in Four Years, Suit Alleges

According to a new lawsuit, the Texas university basically granted full impunity to members of its football team—resulting in "the most widespread culture of sexual violence and abuse of women ever reported in a collegiate education program."

12.28.16

Minnesota, Baylor Bowl Wins Are Not "Redemption" Stories

Narratives are bad enough on their own, but they are even worse when used to gloss over the horrible conduct of schools like these two.

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