First Generation dinner: Making transitions and learning traditions

Published in The Bells on September 12, 2018. To welcome the 370 first-generation freshmen who became Crusaders this year, The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor’s President Randy O’Rear hosted the third annual First to Go Welcome Dinner on his front lawn on campus Thursday, Aug. 30. The recently established annual dinner is held for first-generation freshmenContinue reading “First Generation dinner: Making transitions and learning traditions”

Summer break brings changes to campus

Published in The Bells on Aug 29, 2018 Over the summer, UMHB made some notable changes to different areas of campus, the most recognizable being the renovation of the Living Flame and the gas lines that power it. When the flame was renovated, the campus decided to relocate three plaques surrounding the flame to different areasContinue reading “Summer break brings changes to campus”

I don’t need my glasses

I don’t need my glasses to see, But I do if I want to see clearly.   With them I see wondrous things, Luscious trees, adorable puppies, Or the birds in the trees that sing. Beauty, Innocence, hope, Wonder, imagination, brilliance All things that help me cope.   With them I see terrible things, MothersContinue reading “I don’t need my glasses”