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.
George Glass coached cross country and track at Taylor for 26 years. A cookout on Sept. 18 celebrated Glass and his legacy. Learn more about Glass and the impact he left on Taylor.
Meet the new “first lady” of Taylor and learn how she fell in love with President Michael Lindsay.
Find out more about this year’s chapel theme and why Campus Pastor Jon Cavanagh chose it.
Learn more about Taylor’s archives and participate in preserving history.
Go behind the scenes of Taylor’s marketing team, Birrama Creative, and learn more about how they put together their creative and professional projects.
Whether you’ve had her in a class or not, Dr. Pacheco-Gonzalez has a story worth reading. A story filled with language learning, cultural experiences, and new beginnings.
Do you want to get to know Taylor’s newest hall directors? Read this article to learn more about them and why they chose Taylor
Learn more about Taylor's student body leadership and what their hopes and goals are for this school year