Four years include unique journey
The class of 2022, graduating in less than one week, came to Taylor in 2018 as the largest freshman class in Taylor history.
Echo co-editors reflect on last four years
It’s a curious thing to prepare to write our last column. For four years, The Echo has dominated a significant portion of our lives. For this entire year, our lives have rotated around the print schedule.
The Apartments are dorms too
The on-campus Apartments, Campbell and Wolgemuth, are often lovingly (or maybe not-so-lovingly) referred to as the “Campus Retirement Homes.”
‘President Lindsay Live’ interview series begins
President Michael Lindsay’s new series entitled “President Lindsay Live,” had its first event on April 6.
Taylor Ethics Bowl team beats Yale at nationals
As exhibited in their most recent performance at nationals, Taylor’s Ethics Bowl team consistently performs at a level comparable to some of the biggest universities in the country.
For a small place in the middle of nowhere, Indiana, the towns around Taylor University do offer an abundance of choices in Mexican cuisine.
Breaking the glass ceiling, shaping history
If, as the saying goes, journalists write the first rough draft of history, the presence of women is imperative to an accurate retelling.