IN THIS ISSUE S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 , VO L . 76 , N O. 1
A necessary voice
A message from BAA President George Cowden III
4 The real story After years of controversy, the Baylor Alumni Association reveals the truth behind the ongoing alumni relations fight at Baylor
30 Legal agreements The 1993 License Agreement and the 1994 Official Recognition & Building Agreement between Baylor University and Baylor Alumni Association
39 Why independent?
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52 Hughes-Dillard Alumni Center From 1976 until 2013, the Hughes Dillard Alumni Center welcomed thousands of Baylor alums, students, employees, and friends
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The Spring 2014 issue of the The Baylor Line. Magazine of the Baylor Alumni Association.