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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.
Story by Katrine Melika
“Not a lot of students notice it.”
Taylor women’s soccer ended their conference run on Nov. 9, falling to No. 2 Marian in the Crossroads League Tournament Semifinals. Although the Trojans did not finish on their own terms, they received a bid into the 2022 NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championship during a selection show held on Nov. 14.
Currently a professor of graphic design and chair of the Department of Art and Design at Samford University, Scott Fisk is a graphic designer, artist and educator whose work has been shown and recognized for its excellence around the world. Fisk was deployed as an army reserve photo-journalist and combat photographer tasked with documenting military history during the Iraq War; following his deployment, Fisk was awarded a Bronze Star for his heroic service. Samples of Fisk’s artwork are currently on display in the Metcalf Gallery, as a part of the Matter and Spirit exhibit exploring the overlap of faith and culture.
In head coach Aaron Mingo’s second season, Taylor’s football team took a step forward on the process toward the team’s goal of being the best Christian college football program in the country.
Marion Health Network’s Gas City medical campus, which is under construction just off of I-69 near Payne’s restaurant, is still undergoing development.
Taylor’s volleyball team was the Crossroads League regular season champ, and by beating Marian University in the championship match, they are now Crossroads League Tournament champions. This is the first time since 2010 that the Trojans are Crossroads League Tournament Champions.
A program that has been in place at Taylor longer than the current junior class has finally come to an end. On Nov. 1, Taylor students received the last update from the Taylor Pandemic Response Team (PeRT) announcing Taylor’s altered approach to COVID-19.
Endowed scholarships are donated to Taylor University every year for students who have a financial need. These scholarships are given by many different generous donors who want to assist Taylor students.
One of the popular talking points among Taylor students is the distance it can take to find a place to eat.
Taylor University recently announced the launch of two new academic programs: a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies.
Over the last month, our teams at Taylor Student Organizations have been busy planning and preparing for various events on campus.
While finals week can be stressful for many students, there are plenty of resources around Taylor that allow for a moment of calm in the middle of the storm.
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.