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On Feb. 20, students received an invitation in their email to participate in a campuswide climate survey.
Taking second for the men and third for the women, Taylor Indoor Track and Field returned from the Crossroads League Championships with their feet on fire and heads held high.
Saturday marked what could be the beginning of a winning streak for Taylor men’s basketball with their 94-79 victory against Mount Vernon Nazarene University.
After two consecutive losses to Grace College and the University of Saint Francis, the Taylor women’s basketball squad (26-3, 14-3) turned things around in a big way with back-to-back wins last week over Mount Vernon Nazarene University (17-12, 7-10) and Huntington University (20-9, 9-8).
Sports at a small college like Taylor aren’t the same as a Division I school. Our stadiums are smaller, the talent is lower and the budget does not compare between the two.
Basketball in Indiana is more than a sport. Twelve of the 13 largest high school gymnasiums in the United States reside within the state. From Fort Wayne down to Evansville, basketball is king here. With the feverish passion for basketball comes a feverish fandom. As James Naismith, who invented basketball in Massachusetts in 1891, once said, “Basketball really had its origin in Indiana, which remains the center of the sport.”
Sue Gavin, former director of the office of sponsored programs, passed away unexpectedly at Marion General Hospital on Dec. 19.
“Remaking, Reshaping, and Restructuring,” words famously spoken by Coretta Scott King, became Taylor’s focus during Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Over J-term, Taylor brought on three part-time counselors to serve students in the Counseling Center, Jesse Brown, dean of students, told the Echo. Currently, four part-time counselors and four counseling interns are on staff.
As the coronavirus outbreak in China continues in severity, the Spencer Centre for Global Engagement canceled its first semester program in China earlier this month.
At a primarily conservative evangelical school, it might be difficult for people to learn about the Democratic primary candidates in a safe, unbiased and accessible manner. As a co-founder of the Underground Democratic Group at Taylor University, I felt it was my duty to help students understand the candidates in Taylor terms.
“The opposite of poverty is not wealth. I don’t believe that. I actually think, in too many places, the opposite of poverty is justice.”
Perhaps no theological work has influenced Taylor more than Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s classic “Life Together.”
Taylor University Lyric Theatre’s production of “The Light in the Piazza” over the weekend is a testament to how the unexpected can feel relevant.
In Assistant Professor of Art Laura Stevenson’s new exhibition “Out of Sight,” she illuminates the lives of societies that are often overlooked with her art.
Hamilton comes to Taylor.
What was originally a goal to teach English abroad morphed into a career in social work.
1– You wrote a personalized letter for each significant person in your life on Valentine's Day because love is about more than just romance, am I right? The next time you clean your desk you will catch yourself humming and think to yourself in all seriousness, “Is my dream job to be a janitor?” Maybe.