A tour of Christmas trees across Baylor’s campus
Here at Baylor, celebrating Christmas is serious business. Exhibit #1,845,254: the Christmas trees you’ll find decorated all around campus. Let’s take a look around, shall we?
First up, we have perhaps the most Instagrammable tree on campus. You can find students snapping pictures here day and night, capturing the beauty of both the tree and its setting outside Pat Neff Hall.
The tree in the BSB is lit beautifully, offering students studying nearby a sense of Christmas spirit and cheer.
Maybe the most gorgeous tree belongs to Armstrong Browning Library including flowery detail and a stain glass window backdrop.
Across campus at Moody Memorial Library, poinsettias accent another traditional tree.
While the tree inside Pat Neff Hall gets the most attention, the tree inside Pat Neff wins the award for the most Baylor spirit:
During Christmas on 5th every year, this iconic tree is lit with much celebration and fun.
Over in the Foster Campus for Business & Innovation, this beautiful red and gold tree can be seen from almost anywhere in the common area.
Clifton Robinson Tower welcomes guests with this delightful tree just inside the front doors:
At the Mayborn Museum, a T-Rex stands guard over a beautiful blue-and-silver-trimmed tree.
And then there ‘s the Bill Daniel Student Center (SUB) tree reminds us what’s important as celebrate our Savior’s birth: peace, love, faith and joy.
Sic ’em, Christmas!