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Taylor baseball and softball have hit a home run by beginning their respective seasons in Arizona. Since 2020, the two Trojan squads have taken their talents down southwest for the final two weeks of J-term, and the warm weather is only one of many reasons it has become a staple destination in their schedules.
With petitions and qualification forms due on Feb. 20 for various student government roles, junior Elisabeth Nieshalla and sophomore Enoch Eicher will run unopposed for the roles of 2023-24 student body president and student body vice president.
Taylor University’s Global Engagement hosted its first Women of the World Week, which ran from Feb. 20 to Feb. 26. The week-long event included a slew of activities both on and off campus.
Last academic year, Taylor University's scholarship goal was $3 million, and they surpassed that goal by the end of the year after bringing in $4.1 million for scholarships.
Story by Jane-Aubry Page
Campus welcomed 49 prospective students Sunday, Feb. 12 — all of whom were candidates for Taylor University’s new Joseph P. Blades Scholarship.
As the new semester begins at Taylor University, the Taylor Student Organization (TSO) teams and the Office of the Student Body President are thrilled to welcome students back to campus! With the start of the semester comes a renewed sense of energy and enthusiasm, and TSO teams have been hard at work planning and preparing for a variety of events
“When you make a friendship in another culture, you really begin to value that culture and in a much deeper and meaningful way,” Charlie Brainer said.
All quotations in this story are translated from Russian into English by the writer - Editor
The Taylor women’s indoor track team finished second, and the men’s indoor track team finished fourth in the Crossroads League Championships.
Three stories spotlighting relevant pieces of international news. These global stories aim to broaden the perspective of the Taylor community as they absorb information from a variety of sources and spaces.
The Taylor University Counseling Center’s mission statement is for each of their clinicians to be culturally competent as they engage with students. So, how important are culture and representation when it comes to counseling?
While the Kansas City Chiefs celebrated their second Super Bowl victory in 4 years, the sports world was abuzz with a controversial holding call that effectively clinched the victory for the Chiefs.
The Opinions page. For some, it’s boring. For some, it’s their daily (or weekly) dose of material to get righteously angry at. For some, it’s the place to hear from those unlike them. For others, it’s just a bunch of yelling with no real dialogue.
Sometimes, it’s the little things in life that are most beautiful.
This J-term, many students had the opportunity to visit various locations across the globe.
The Taylor Women’s basketball team has had a rough stretch of games late in the season. With only one game left to go, they’ve dropped three of the four games in the month of February. The most brutal loss was to cross-town rival Indiana Wesleyan, by a score of 90-57. Two of those teams are either ranking or receiving votes to be ranked, while the other two teams are quite the competitors with the Crossroads League.
While the men’s basketball team has not had great success this year, there have been a few bright spots. Senior forward Jason Hubbard has been one of those bright spots.
Taylor University competitive cheer is in its best year since debuting as a program in the spring of 2021. Two events into the current season, the Trojans have established program records three times over and in consecutive rounds.
Easter: a day set aside exclusively to rejoice in Christ’s blood shed for us and the victory he won for through resurrection. While most people on campus aren’t even close to thinking of Easter, different denominations and believers around the world will soon begin to observe Lent.