Though spring break this year is only one day, you can still find a way to make the most of it!
While COVID-19 cases continue to affect the scheduling and safety of events on Taylor’s campus, student-run cabinets are working hard to ensure a safe and fun semester for Taylor’s student-body.
Clarisa Paschall, a senior Psychology major and self-proclaimed “psychology geek,” discovered her passion for social psychology during her freshman year at Taylor.
From decks of cards to several unique apps, here are six ideas that anyone can use to stay in shape from the comforts of your own room.
During winter and ‘rona, we can easily be susceptible to boredom; luckily we have access to a plethora of boredom antidotes in the 21st century.
Juniors Ali Clodgo and Clay Vander Kolk knew that God placed them into each other’s lives at the perfect time.
Want to be an amateur detective, professional baker, news fanatic or future politician? What could these seemingly very different people have in common? The answer is podcasts.
Four-square central. An unsupervised free-for-all. Boring, gross, fun — a party. Taylor University’s old bookstore and temporary isolation center, affectionately nicknamed “The Dome,” has been described as all of the above.