Henry Selick, writer, director and producer of 2009’s “Coraline,” has teamed up with Netflix and the comedy duo Key and Peele for his first stop-motion animated film in over a decade: “Wendell and Wild.”
Matter + Spirit, a traveling Chinese American art exhibition, is making its way to Taylor University this November. The collection of art includes over 50 pieces of art made by 25 different Chinese and North American artists.
From the outside, being in the film department might sound like a lot of fun — and while that might be true, many students outside the major might not realize the time and effort film students put into their projects.
Sometimes, worship is work. Few people understand this more than those leading worship. Taylor chapel band members have song selection, sound checks, practice and rehearsals — all before they even get on stage to lead.
Worship means something different to everyone, yet similarities can still be found. Taylor’s Multicultural Student Association (MSA) aims to explore what worshiping differently but together looks like in their Multicultural Worship Night event. “The event is a night where students of different cultures can come in and worship in the way that they feel that they express back home,” MSA Co-President senior Joanna Vasudevan said.