4:54 pm
Fri November 21, 2014

New Baylor Business Building Designed For Collaboration

Brian Hausam, project manager with Flintco, in the atrium of the Paul L. Foster Campus construction site.
Ryland Barton, KWBU News

Baylor has topped out its new $100 million Business School building at the corner 4th and Bagby—signifying the halfway point in construction. The Paul L. Foster Campus for Business & Innovation will add 41 new classrooms and expand space at the school by 40 percent.

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Texas News
10:08 am
Fri November 21, 2014

Gov. Perry, Czech PM Join for More Groundbreaking in West

Gov. Perry, Prime Minister Sobotka and Chairman of the American Friends of the Czech Republic, Fred Malek, participate in the groundbreaking.
Jill Ament

The City of West is taking yet another step towards rebuilding after last year’s fertilizer plant explosion. On Thursday they broke ground on the new West Sokol gym. And as Jill Ament reports, Governor Rick Perry and the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic were in attendance.

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Poverty Series
9:08 am
Fri November 21, 2014

Poverty Series: Buddy Edwards and Shamethia Webb

Brodie Bashaw, KWBU News

This month we’re taking a look at poverty in Waco--about 30 percent of Wacoans live below the poverty line, that’s about double the state’s poverty rate. And one of the biggest ways that poverty affects the lives of Wacoans is food insecurity. This week we talk with Buddy Edwards, the executive director of Caritas in Waco, and Shamethia Webb, the regional director of the Texas Hunger Initiative, a non-profit based at Baylor that addresses hunger issues across the state.


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Business Review November 20, 2014
7:59 am
Thu November 20, 2014

Business Review - Branding in a Complex Marketplace

In today's multicultural marketplace, brands are using subtle cues and visual diversity to facilitate messaging where groups aren't well defined. 

Likely Stories Book Review
7:40 am
Thu November 20, 2014

Likely Stories: Cat's Cradle

Cat's Crable by Kurt Vonnegut
Jim McKeown

Sixties icon Kurt Vonnegut's novel of dark humor with interesting takes on government, religion and politics.

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