In the Spring of 2019, I interviewed JoAnn Rediger for an article about her retirement and something she said has always stuck with me. I asked her what she had planned for her retirement. “What’s next?” Rediger said. “The seniors and I have that in common. We both keep getting that question.”
It’s a curious thing to prepare to write our last column. For four years, The Echo has dominated a significant portion of our lives. For this entire year, our lives have rotated around the print schedule.
With all of the chaos, it’s crucial to remember that college is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and everyone should live in the moment. Though Taylor University sits between cornfields, and Upland is a small place, there’s plenty to do before you leave. Here are some items to consider adding to your Taylor bucket list.
When I think of the moment I learned the most about generosity, I think about snow.
From iced coffee energy boosts to warm chai with friends, The Jumping Bean is the ideal place to convene for coffee and community.
Whether you’re hoping to grow an indoor jungle or just have something to keep you company during the midnight grind, here are my top three pieces of advice for an aspiring greenhouse grad.
Seeking to represent and spread awareness of Asian culture and experiences is a key objective of the Asian Society for Intercultural Awareness Organization at Taylor.
Reflecting on his own journey, Chu admits that he did not realize how unique his childhood was until his daughters were born. He struggles not only with the tension of cultures intersecting in his own life, but also with the reality his daughters face as bi-racial individuals living in a predominantly white community.
For a small place in the middle of nowhere, Indiana, the towns around Taylor University do offer an abundance of choices in Mexican cuisine.
Even if you’re familiar with the social work major at Taylor, you may have no idea what social workers actually do. And that’s OK, because senior social work major Maiya Szotkowski didn’t either.