Waco, TX — The future is now looking unclear for the Baylor Alumni Association after a vote to strip its own power failed over the weekend.
The university has stated that it would like to control the school’s alumni functions, but a vote to dissolve the independently-run alumni association fell short of the 2/3 threshold needed.
The vote stood at 831 in favor to dissolve, and 668 to keep the association as-is.
A passed vote would have also created an entity to oversee the Baylor Line, which is the association’s quarterly magazine.
No word yet how the organization will continue operations for the long-term future.