Time capsule creation involves Taylor community
In honor of this year’s 175th anniversary celebration of Taylor’s history, the Taylor 175 committee partnered with the Taylor Archives to create a time capsule.
TU tours Civil Rights monuments
20 students and two faculty leaders headed to the South on a civil rights trip from April 26-29.
Downtown Upland building torn down
The building adjacent to Upland Town Hall, located on Main Street, was torn down after it was deemed unsalvageable by the Indiana Historical Society.
Sutherlands runs for re-election
Ron Sutherland, special assistant to the president, is running for re-election for the Upland Town Council.
Mini Scoops: Taylor Tunnels
“Tunnels do exist,” Holloway said. “They were created to provide a pathway for steam/hot water piping that fed all of the buildings on the original areas of campus (north of Ayres).”
Boosters required for up-to-date vaccination
In January, the COVID-19 resource webpage was updated with information related to current vaccination guidance for Taylor students and faculty.
PeRT adapts policies to low cases, vaccine mandates
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.