Taylor University has found a new heartbeat in the form of the Korean Culture Club. Led by Professors of Korean Language Kang Hyehweon and Oh Jiyeon, the club has rapidly become a focal point for students seeking to explore and immerse themselves in Korean traditions.
Not many people spend their evenings scouring the internet, reading theories for their radio show. Sophomore Ben Reitz, a film and media arts major, joyfully does just that.
Linda Taylor’s “Pathway to Publication”
Family, alumni and students enjoyed a night of magical music
From Aug. 29 to Oct. 20., Taylor’s Metcalf Art Gallery was the venue for the "Out of Indiana Clay Invitational," where local artists showcased their skills and demonstrated the possibilities achievable with a simple medium like clay.
It is not typical of the average college student to end a long day of classes with long hours in the recording studio, but for junior music composition major Ethan Watts, this is second nature.
The Asian Student Intercultural Association (ASIA) is a student-run organization dedicated to fostering community among Asian students at Taylor.
Every two years, the Film and Media Arts Department organizes a J-Term trip to a foreign country. This year, the International Production class is flying to Portugal.
At a university that emphasizes “life to the full,” SEND (Students for Education on Neurodiversity) aims to make this a reality for every individual. The club provides a space where neurodivergent students can thrive through conversation, awareness and understanding.
Every year, the art education majors take Elementary Methods of Art. As a part of the course, they teach homeschoolers during the class period.
Winning an award such as Taylor University’s teaching excellence and campus leadership Award is a monumental achievement, one that John Bruner, Film and Media Arts department co-chair, can now say he has.
A soccer club that began 19 months ago has grown into something more than a mere sports team.
Todd Syswerda wanted to quit piano his freshman year of high school to play basketball. But his parents wouldn’t let him. Syswerda chose to stick with music for his career and is so thankful that he did.
In the midst of Taylor’s campus, the Multicultural Student Association (MSA) is a beacon of diversity, unity and inclusivity. This organization, nestled within the Office of Intercultural Programs (OIP), embarks on another year of programming.
Braden Spear played a jumping bean for his preschool graduation, and his passion for theater was born. After his jumping bean debut, Spear played other roles throughout high school and joined Taylor University’s theater program in 2009.
On a campus brimming with artistic expression, Lynden Hight uses her passion for the arts to bring a new creative outlook to campus. The student-led marketing team at Taylor University, Birrama Creative, has elected Hight as its president for the 2023-2024 school year.