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From Upland to Los Angeles, alumni Bill Parker (‘12) and Nick Chamberlain (‘15) are making a name for themselves.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
We are afraid of conflict, and while Res Publica is not solely responsible for this, they surely encourage it. We are too afraid to engage in the extremes of politics. We fear these conversations because of the scars “Excalibur” left on our campus and that Res Publica keeps scratching.
Although “Excalibur” offered Taylor an open invitation of dialogue concerning political and social issues, the newsletter, perhaps unintentionally, spear-headed the revelation that certain parties on campus would rather ignore the topics altogether.
Sophomore Jeanna Evans is 8,000 miles away from home, but her only concern is how she is going to trust God wherever she goes.
Taylor women’s soccer defeated St. Francis Saturday at Turner Stadium by a score of 3-1. The victory was their 10th of the season and improved their record to 10-3-1.
The Taylor athletic department is currently in the process of funding a $12 million athletic facility that will benefit everyone on campus.
Taylor football suffered a tough loss Saturday to No. 21 Siena Heights, losing 42-0. The Trojans fell to 2-3 on the season.
Sophomore Abby Pepin has a heart for children’s ministry that reaches all the way back to high school.
“The biggest takeaway (from my trip to Kitale, Kenya) is that authentic love is a language,” said Ed Meadors.
This type of workout is called an "EMOM" (Every Minute On the Minute).
It is always cold and way too early as we assemble in preparation to step onto Clifford, our
Wondering how you can get a taco stuffed baked potato, peanut butter burger AND a scoop of Pecan and Sugar Cream Pie ice cream all at the same time?
It is all about budget balancing.
GREYSTONES, IRELAND — College is a great time to take a step back and evaluate what we really believe. At Taylor, classes are geared toward context, evaluation and critical analysis. Professors ask how Christians should view different topics and aspects of life and history.
TU GATHER provided a space for healthy conversation among students regarding sensitive issues people typically turn away from.
For sophomore Nathaniel Ortega, weekday mornings start at 5 a.m. with intense workouts.
On Nov. 5, voting stations across the nation will open for a fresh string of elections.