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Taylor University, Upland, IN
Thursday, May 30, 2024
The Echo

Chrishauna Curry


Taylor printers spark conversation

Chrishauna Curry | Echo Taylor's wireless printing in Zondervan Library, the Reade Center and Euler is most students' only source of printing. Taylor's student announcements has a survey that students can fill out making their voices heard concerning on-campus printing. Is printing from Reade or the ...


Nathanael Warren is teaching English through Meraki Cafe

Chrishauna Curry | Echo Nathanael Warren ('13) will be opening his coffee shop soon in Basque, Spain. Nathanael Warren graduated as a biblical studies major. Not only is the Meraki Cafe an upcoming coffee shop, but it will also be a place where the Basque people are taught English. Nathanael Warren ...


Writing Center builds scholarly writers

By: Chrishauna Curry | Echo The Writing Center allows students at Taylor to join the scholarly conversation. Writing Center consultations can consist of brainstorming ideas for papers, finding sources to support your ideas, developing outlines for papers, or annotating a reading. According to the Writing ...


Character development and Christian values in Karate-Do

Chrishauna Curry | Echo Professor of Kinesiology Dawn Anderson has been working at Taylor for three years. Her intent as an undergraduate student was to become a high school math teacher, but she is now a karate sensei. Anderson has been teaching karate to both youth and adults since 2008. Anderson ...


The campus store is getting a new home

Chrishauna Curry | Echo Since last semester, there has been an ongoing construction of Taylor's new campus store. The new campus store is hoped to be completed the week after the class of 2019's graduation. Stephen Richardson, area manager of Tree of Life (TOL) Bookstores, said that all of the details ...


Campus police impact students

Chrishauna Curry | Echo The campus police department takes pride in protecting Taylor students. Jeff Wallace, chief of police, used to be a police officer in Detroit, Michigan for 13 years. Although he always loved law enforcement, Wallace said that he felt as though God had something else for him. ...


Chef’s Table is creating interactive spaces

Chrishauna Curry | Echo We all gather to eat together, but what does it mean to gather at the Chef's table? The Chef's Table is a Creative Dining event on campus where the staff interacts with students while also creating a learning atmosphere for them. This event enables students to learn more about ...

Arts & Life

They're having fun

By Chrishauna Curry | Contributor On Friday, Nov. 11, Joshua Cave and James Hapke held their opening reception and art talk for their exhibition "Are We Having Fun Yet?" in the Metcalf Gallery. Hapke, a painter from New York City, and Cave, a sculptor from Chicago, flew to Taylor to give art majors ...

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