honest advice from honestly nice people
Truth be told, Homecoming never gets old. If I could do homecoming as a student forever, I’d be perfectly content. Back up. If I could experience Baylor homecoming as a freshman forever, I’d be perfectly content. Baylor Homecoming is something special, something that unites the past with the present. Full of traditions dating back to 1909, each year’s homecoming celebration allows the current generation of Baylor Bears to appreciate the joys of the past. Here’s a quick synopsis of what to expect about the greatest Homecoming celebration in the world.
If you’re reading this, I’m going to assume that you made it through the awesomeness that is Line Camp. You have left some sick dance moves on the Roxy Grove stage. You have eaten the milk and cookies. You have thrown the sic ‘ems. And most importantly, you’ve made some of your first Baylor friends and participated in the first of many Baylor traditions. Hopefully you’ve embraced the Baylor spirit and are hyped-up for Welcome Week and the semester to come. So, what now? What do I do with the weeks and months standing between me and the amazing times ahead? Here’s how to make the best use of the rest of your summer:
Here I am, and there you are. I am what you will look forward to (hopefully) after your first two years at Baylor University. The following letter will never come to you, but it is filled with things that I wish I had known then that I do know now.