This year’s Shark Tank event was full of innovative ideas, passionate student entrepreneurs and sharks that were there not just to bite, but also to encourage.
It was an unbreakable bond that formed between senior Sophie Olson and the film screen after witnessing “The Incredibles” for the first time. From this earliest encounter, Olson’s passion for film has yet to cease.
The return of healthy competition for a good cause. That was the heart and soul of this year’s Empty Bowls.
How can learning be centered on the community? In Assistant Professor of Social Work Kara Riggleman’s Social Work Process and Practice 3 course, the integration of community service and learning is a clear theme and goal.
When Peter Staritz, assistant professor of physics and engineering, realized he was putting his life’s work and his faith in separate boxes, he knew it was time for something different.
Who you gonna call? Alumni! That is what junior Tessa D’Souza did as a volunteer for the Taylor Phonathon, an event to encourage Taylor alumni to give back.
Senior music education major, Abigail Kerr, was in the middle of teaching a music lesson to her elementary-aged class, when a student turned to her and said, “Miss Kerr, last night my mom lost 37 teeth.”
Keaton Hendricks graduated from Taylor University in 2018 already having founded what was then Sky Outfitters out of his dorm room in Bergwall.
For some, the love they have for others is outpoured into their creations. Junior Marissa Williams is one of those people.
Former Dining Commons (DC) Service Manager Ben Eaks was at work in the DC when he spotted a student wearing Heelies.
With four books published only two years out of college, it is hard not to be impressed with Alyssa Roat (’19).
Assistant professor of engineering, Danielle Nobles-Lookingbill, breaks down gender stereotypes while she helps build the kingdom of God — figuratively and literally.