Sexual Assault on Campus

After the attack on a student near campus on Oct. 3, sexual assault has been a topic on many students’ minds. The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor has joined the national conversation as government and university officials work to combat the issue. “Sexual assault is one of the most underreported, underrepresented crimes,” said Suzanne Armour, director … Continue reading Sexual Assault on Campus


Gay is not the new black: a response

 Gay is not the new black,” assistant editor Antonio Hebert wrote in a recent opinion piece for The Bells that compares the gay rights movement with the civil rights movement of the 1960s. “It’s a sad day when people are so uneducated about their country’s history that they indiscriminately compare historical events and attitudes, when … Continue reading Gay is not the new black: a response

Why Students Don’t Study Abroad

Climbing volcanoes in Central America. Riding elephants in East Asia. Surfing waves in Australia. For students who study abroad, extra-credit activities become international adventures. Ashley Settles, a recent UMHB graduate who studied for a semester in Costa Rica and Nicaragua said within three weeks of arriving for her program of study she visited two beaches, … Continue reading Why Students Don’t Study Abroad