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Women’s basketball and soccer broke program records. Cross country, both men’s and women’s, made nationals. Men’s and women’s golf both consistently placed in the NAIA Top 25 polls, with the women’s team spending much of their season in the top 5. Senior Mason Degenkolb brought the national spotlight to the men’s basketball program after his full-court shot.
“Our community is not defined by geography.”
Without the ability to read lips, Abbey Russell says it is like words get blurry.
Right now might be the weirdest time to drop a disco-pop dance album, yet “Future Nostalgia” rises to the impossible task.
“I know it sounds crazy. But if it weren’t crazy, they wouldn’t call it a leap of faith. They would call it a sit of doubting.”
March 8, 2017 the Taylor men’s basketball team advanced to the sweet 16 in the NAIA Division II National Championship. Their first trip in 11 years.
By Kyle Hayward
Abriana Carnes | Contributor
“I don't feel like our struggles are that much more than anyone else's during this time,” said junior Jeanna Evans. “They're just different. As international students though, we're not struggling with being home, we’re struggling with not being home.”
It is fairly easy to stay fit and healthy on campus, being just steps away from a meal at the Zone or a CrossFit session at the KSAC. Now that we are home, however, it is much harder to stay in a healthy routine.
The idea of staying home didn't sound too horrible at first, but as the days passed I started to feel stuck.
As the Taylor community has been transitioning from typical, on-campus life to online distance learning, people are searching for new, creative ways in which to stay connected. One such way to stay in touch with our campus is to hear what administrators, faculty and staff have to say about the current status campus of Taylor and the rest of the world.
A group of Taylor alumni came together to find a creative solution to the current mask shortages across the world through forming Remask America, LLC.
For many Taylor students, this unprecedented time of social distancing and self-isolation at home has led to trying out some new hairstyles.
Taylor University will return around $3.5 million to students after room and board adjustments for the spring semester, according to Stephen Olson, vice president of business and finance.
The journey of child stars in Hollywood is tragically rife with extremely public pitfalls that plague many who are thrust into the global spotlight from a young age.
Twelve times in the last thirteen years, Taylor has been considered number one in the Midwest by America’s Best Colleges, with an idealized intentional community to go along with it. But even the best have room to improve, and just how good is that intentional community?
When we become caught up in the chaos of a moment, it can be easy to forget all the Lord has previously done to tell us, ‘I've got this.’ We tend to put an expiration date on His faithfulness, as if the promises He has established throughout history only go so far before they fade out and eventually lose their effect on how we live.
I mailed my first plain potato in the summer of 2017.
Jake Herbruck | Contributor