Though students have only been back on campus for a month, Reverend Greg Dyson, Taylor’s newly appointed campus pastor, has been working hard through the summer to make sure this year’s chapel services are “Greater than” ever.
Commencement, precedents, colorations, sporting events and chapels — all photographed by one man. Jim Garringer has spent the past 37 years documenting every event and change on Taylor's campus.
Committing his life to the pursuit of sustainability, Phil Grabowski is an assistant professor of sustainable development at Taylor University. From a young age, Grabowski was drawn to the outdoors and grew to love all aspects of nature.
Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) is an area of learning that is known for its difficulty and rigor — making those pursuing a degree in such fields examples of true dedication. In the throes of Women's History Month, two senior women share their experiences as STEM-related majors at Taylor University.
From Uganda to America, Rhona Murungi's (‘10) life is marked by God's provision. "Looking back for me, I see God's hand at work,” Murungi said. “God connecting so many dots to the point where if you took one dot out the whole thing would collapse."