• What it’s really like to run the Baylor Line

    Baylor freshmen have a lot to look forward to at the start of each new school year: getting to know their new roommates, experiencing life on their own for the first time, and adjusting to the new world that is “college.”

    Of course, college freshmen all over the nation experience those things, too. What others DON’T get to experience is the Baylor Line, a uniquely Baylor tradition that dates back to 1970. If you’ve never experienced being a part of the Line, here’s the idea in 60 seconds:

    Of course, that doesn’t give you the full sense of what it’s really like when you’re inside that huge gold mass of freshmen. Imagine being 18 years old, full of energy, surrounded by your new Baylor friends and a stadium full of screaming fans. There’s no way to fully understand it without experiencing it, but check this out for the first-person video for some perspective:

    So take it from this year’s graduating class of 2019, who remember it as an adrenaline-rush, exciting, exhilarating, incredible, scary, packed, intense, awe-inspiring, terrifying, thrilling, and near insanity:

    Sic ’em, Baylor Line!

    You might also like:
    * Alumnae from 1974-98 at last get to run the Baylor Line (Oct. 2017)
    * What is the Baylor Line? (Aug. 2017)
    * What is Baylor Line Camp? (July 2016)

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