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Taylor University, Upland, IN
Tuesday, April 16, 2024
The Echo

Claire Nieshalla

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J-term mission trips return

January Interterm (J-term) provides students with the opportunity to travel on Lighthouse mission trips. In a typical year, Taylor World Outreach (TWO) expects to send out six to seven groups of students on trips across the globe. Due to the pandemic, only four trips will be sent out this J-term. These ...

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Math textbook writer visits campus

On Oct. 20, Marvin Bittinger shared his love for math with Taylor students. His math textbooks are widely popular and read by many at Taylor and around the world.Bittinger’s path to becoming an accomplished mathematician was not an easy one. 10 days after birth, his mother passed away and he was raised ...

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This may be the best advice you’ve been given

Watch and learn. Apart from God’s Word developing my biblical worldview, these three words have played a role in shaping how I see faith, family, relationships, work and entertainment. Ever since I can remember, my mom and dad have instilled these words of wisdom in the hearts and minds of my siblings ...

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Student section brings the energy to football

Students are bringing energy to the stands of Taylor University football with the TU Trojan Horse. The revival of the student fan section started when sophomores and roommates Parker Neuman and Nathaniel Boer attended a football game showing their support for their third roommate by painting his number ...

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Taylor study abroad programming continues

Editor's Note: This article was updated on 5/3/2021 for clarity. It appears differently here than in the print edition. After over a year, COVID restrictions are lifting, allowing students to participate in three different study-abroad programs right now: Ecuador, Thailand and England.For the past ...

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Student leaders are announced for next year

When student leadership decisions were made last year at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, little did they realize what they signed up for. Though the return to campus in August after a long spring and summer at home was met by students with mixed reactions, student leaders came back to campus a ...

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Taylor dining services introduce new options

The spring semester has brought several new flavors to both the Lorita Boren Student Center (the Stu) and the Hodson Dining Commons (DC.) In the past two weeks, the Stu welcomed an updated wing station that is here to stay.No longer is it just pizza occupying the back right corner of the Stu. Now, ...

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An unexpected season for Trojan volleyball

COVID has redefined what victories and challenges look like in the sports world, and Taylor Women’s Volleyball has felt the direct implications of this reality. The team was going strong with a five game winning streak when they received the dreaded message that they would have to be quarantined. “We ...

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