Burnout is an ever-present threat in academics and vocation, but the Calling and Career Office (CCO) student interns have created a workshop to help students combat its effects.
Summer 2023 witnessed almost 50 high school students develop their ideas into business pitches at IMPACT, a six-day entrepreneurship camp.
“I thought it was stupid and nerdy,” sophomore David Wells said.
If you are an on-campus student at Taylor University and have not yet met your hall director, be prepared to find yourself in the director’s apartment with the rest of your wing or floor with a snack in hand.
How do I register? What’s the laundry situation? How can I grow my spiritual identity? Senior professional writing major Elise Boutell set out to find answers to each of these commonly asked questions and more for incoming students.
When asked why Dan Boyd became a therapy dog handler, he simply pointed to his Bernese mountain dog, Bennett, and laughed. Dogs like Bennett have become a key part of the Counseling Center at Taylor University.