When Christian Marcantel sits down to design a video game, it's a bit like working on a movie. There's a plot to think about, characters to develop, a script to be story boarded, three-point lighting to focus on and countless other details to bring together. Add to that players who make decisions, and "that whole extra layer of interactivity really opens up limitless potential," said Marcantel, a senior computer science major who'll be graduating this spring with an emphasis in gaming.
When approximately 700 students moved in to Baylor's East Village Residential Community last fall, an unfamiliar name become suddenly prominent — Gordon Teal. The new residential facility features the Gordon Teal Residential College, home to Engineering and Computer Science students living in a unique community that honors one of Baylor's most remarkable alumni.