The COVID-19 pandemic sparked a shortage in workers across the U.S. Amid those impacted from the national worker shortage is Taylor University’s facilities team.
In May of 2021, Masters of Arts in Higher Education (MAHE) Department Chair Tim Hermann retired, leaving a spot that will now be filled by three Student Development faculty.
The race for the 2022-2023 student body president (SBP) and vice president (SBVP) is underway; an uncontested race for the first time since 2016.
Jan. 6 marked one year from the Capitol insurrection, a day forever blotted in U.S. history.
On Nov. 5, the Taylor University Pandemic Response Team (PeRT) announced that they would be ending their weekly emails that provided updates of the number of COVID-19 cases on campus.
There may be space between the information students intake and the broader world of international news. Here, read about three global stories.
Marion Health is capitalizing on the recent growth of Gas City with the development of a new innovation and medical campus.
There is good news for Taylor students looking for updated food options in the area. In Marion, a Popeyes and a McAlister’s Deli recently opened, and in Muncie, a Chipotle will open this December.
“One of the first days I came to Taylor, I asked, ‘What is there to do around here?’” Lucas Magaldi said in a 2019 Indiana Pacers feature on Silent Night. “And they’re like, ‘Well, we have Silent Night.’"