Spanish Club presents opportunity for culture, conversation
There’s something life-giving about sharing cultures through conversation. The warmth of a meal. The richness of a language. The context of an idiom that is otherwise lost on a non-native speaker. There’s beauty in it all, and it has a practicality that has brought new meaning to an old hobby for junior Janie Lee Allen.
BSU president fosters community, culture through new events
“I think of strength.” These were the words of Goodness Korrie, president of the Black Student Union.
The little things: a look at life with the Verhagen family
Sometimes, it’s the little things in life that are most beautiful. It’s a simple phrase — but for the Verhagen family, it carries a huge impact, especially as a now-family of five living in the Olson Hall apartment.
Student Senate works to improve campus
“Not a lot of students notice it.” Siwon Heo, a Chair member of the Taylor Student Senate, wasn’t exaggerating as she sat down at her desk, a list of committee members on the computer screen in front of her.
JP Susantio takes a look behind the lens
Come to any major TU football game, and it’s likely you’ve seen sophomore JP Susantio. Though he’s not a journalist or an athlete, he’s found himself on Trojan sidelines all the same. With his camera in his hand, Susantio has embraced his own form of storytelling — and he’s fully dedicated to making the most of his major in film.
Students build community throughout the Halloween season
You don’t know fear until you’ve walked past Wengatz Hall at midnight. As the moon fades from view behind the clouds, shouting rises in the darkness as the men of Wengatz howl about lost video game matches and chant at the freshmen.
Freshman Brayden Gogis talks foundations, goals, puzzle games
Every puzzle piece connects. It’s not always obvious, especially as the pieces are slowly sorted out, put together almost blindly. Yet as some partial image comes together, there’s peace found in knowing everything you need is already there.
In the Silence: Art professor creates beauty out of hardship, grief
Some forms of grief never truly disappear. They leave a mark, an invisible scar, even as time moves on and the rest of the world begins to forget.