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More than cents and dollars.
I learned the value of picking up pennies in parking lots from 77-year-old Otha Anders.
The dreaded debate.
On Nov. 12, a galaxy far, far away arrived to a whole new world — the world of streaming services. Over the course of its first week, Disney+ rolled out the first new episodes of “The Mandalorian” (TV-PG).
Musical theater, Mozart and more were enjoyed last Sunday, Nov. 17.
The cornfields are bare. A chilling wind blows across campus. The skies have even dusted the ground with snow on several occasions. Yet it is not quite Christmas season.
The destruction of Hurricane Dorian was transformed into an opportunity to connect and heal at “Cans ’N Chorus.”
Great coffee is meant to be shared.
Do you ever get sick of eating the same grilled chicken and cereal from the Dining Commons and just want to cook something different on your own? Here is a list of some of the best go-to dorm recipes to diversify your daily diet!
It is important to make sure to nourish your body with nutritious food before and after a workout. Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables is important to give your body the nutrients it needs. Without energy, you will feel tired while exercising, and you want to help your body work hard.
Taylor football ended their season with a 38-26 win on Nov. 16 against Lawrence Technological University at Turner Stadium. With this victory, Taylor closed their season at 3-7 overall.
The snow is falling, sweaters are out and Starbucks holiday beverages are back — the holiday season is officially upon us. In less than four weeks we will find ourselves waking up on Christmas morning in our pj’s to give and receive presents around the tree. This means it’s time to begin the search for presents to give, and as college students with limited budgets, DIY gifts might be the answer.
For freshman Katie Ito, hospitality is recognizing that both beauty and brokenness can coexist around the table.
Students for Mental Health Awareness (SMHA), a club which seeks to eradicate mental health stigma among the Taylor community, will soon be an official university club.
Finding employment can be difficult, but the goal behind National Disability Employment Awareness Month is to help people with disabilities obtain the necessary skills to get a job.
The first ever Midwest “cyber battalion” will be based in Indiana, Governor Eric Holcomb announced on Oct. 22.
Lights, camera, fashion.
Virginity, the LGBTQIA community and consent are issues often avoided in conversation at Taylor. However, Residence Life addressed them head on through reading and discussion.
Representatives from medical foundation Fundación Hogar del Ecuador visited Taylor on Nov. 20 to recognize the 15-year relationship between the school and the city of Cuenca, Ecuador.