Thanksgiving has arrived.
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Thanksgiving has arrived.
Christians and non-Christians alike can have a tendency to use Scripture solely as a means to gather information. The purpose of God’s Word has become lost in the human agenda to know things instead of God himself.
It seems that the world holds an endless supply of despair. In the past few weeks, my own life has been riddled with heartbreak, whether that be from events at home, on campus or just around the world.
It’s easy; people walk to a trash can, toss their garbage in the bin and walk away without giving it a second thought.
The Professional Grounds Management Society® (PGMS®) recognized Taylor University with an Honor Award in the Society's 2022 Green Star Awards® competition. The award was given in the Educational Institutions, University and College Grounds 0-200 acres category, for exceptional grounds maintenance. In addition to the primary academic, athletic, and residential areas of campus recognized by PGMS, Taylor also has an additional 600 acres of woods, trails, cross country course area, and farmland.
The allergen food station at the Hodson Dining Commons is being maintained to reflect growing progress in variety and security.
Trojan sports have been dominating across the board this season. Women's soccer entered the conference semifinals. Volleyball took the Crossroads League and is hunting for a national title. Men’s and women’s golf finished in the top 12 in the nation. Cross country now joins the corps of Trojan victors this season.
On Friday, Nov. 4 the Samuel Morris statues located in front of Modelle Metcalf Visual Arts Center and the Rupp Communications Arts building were ceremoniously re-dedicated after undergoing alterations earlier this semester.
She’s amassed over 4,000 career assists. She’s gotten over 1,000 digs and is nearing 500 kills. In just this year alone, senior setter Kacy Bragg has led the Taylor women’s volleyball team to one of its greatest seasons in over a decade.
Basketball season arriving means that fall sports are coming to a close. Altogether, it has been a successful season for all eight of Taylor’s competitive teams.
Building a scholarship fund is a way to memorialize the ones we love, and the ones we have lost. The loss of freshman Connor Phillips is one that has shaken the Taylor community. But, Connor will be remembered through the development of a new scholarship.
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, voters nationwide participated in midterm elections.
Henry Selick, writer, director and producer of 2009’s “Coraline,” has teamed up with Netflix and the comedy duo Key and Peele for his first stop-motion animated film in over a decade: “Wendell and Wild.”
A new club formed on campus this semester, allowing students to connect with dancing and their bodies.
On Oct. 29, students and faculty alike gathered together to celebrate MyGen’s 21st birthday party.
Formerly an English education major at Taylor, April Jurgensen (‘91) had no desire or idea that she would later start a missions organization.
The members of Rice Pilaf are grateful for what they consider a “weird energy” that surrounds the group this year.
“Bernese mountain dog puppy terrorist,” owner Dan Boyd said when describing Ben, his new therapy dog-in-training.
Football season is coming to a close and Taylor greatly improved from last year.
Taylor University Ultimate Frisbee Club was established in the fall of 2019 by Isaac Titche (’22) and senior John Soderdahl, who plans to graduate this December. Its platform has afforded many students from varying skill levels the opportunity to create unexpected friendships in a competitive environment.