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Taylor University, Upland, IN
Tuesday, April 16, 2024
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Global Need-to-Know: Senegal, Haiti

Global Need-to-Know highlights relevant pieces of international news. These stories aim to broaden the perspective of the Taylor community as they absorb information from a variety of sources and spaces.

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Group counseling encouraged

Craig Cochran, director of Taylor’s counseling center, extends this advice to students considering one of the center’s group sessions. Six-week group sessions offered this semester include “Loneliness in a Crowd” led by counseling intern Natalee Tippey, and “Understanding and Coping with Anxiety” spearheaded by counseling intern Jon Cavanagh. Tippey’s group plans to meet Wednesdays at 5 p.m.; Cavanagh’s will meet at 6 p.m. on a day determined by those interested in attending. 

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Writing Center regains momentum under new leadership

When Writing Center consultants returned to campus at the end of August, the couches were missing.So were the recliners, the coffee tables, the rugs and the posters — what had formerly been a fully-decorated corner was instead a bare room with bare walls: a blank slate.

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EXS 370 offers hands-on experience, serves Taylor community

On the south side of Main Street’s medical center, a temporary sign taped to the door reads “131: Physical Therapy Classroom.” Between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday, members of the Taylor community rotate through the storage room-turned-classroom: benefitting from the new course offered to upperclassmen interested in the field of physical therapy.

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TU systems face cyberattack

On the morning of May 18, a cyberattack temporarily disabled university systems for the first time in Taylor’s history.Chief Information Officer Chris Jones was preparing for the Board of Trustees meeting when he noticed the print server was offline.

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University prepares for 2023 commencement

Taylor University’s 177th commencement ceremony, scheduled for May 20, will recognize the accomplishments of 419 graduates and three honorary doctorate recipients.President D. Michael Lindsay will deliver the commencement speech prior to the conferral of degrees. He notes this decision reflects a ...

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The Echo: Student-written, legacy-driven

The best newspapers act as mirrors.As we look into them, they offer an honest reflection of the present moment — giving us an opportunity to consider both the beautiful and uncomfortable details we might otherwise overlook. This past year, we have attempted to produce a paper that holds true to this ...

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New deans hired for upcoming academic year

Taylor’s academic leadership team recently announced their decision to hire Karen Elsea as the university’s first dean of Nursing and Daniel Darko as the next dean for Global Engagement.Both positions had over a dozen applicants and required multiple months of discernment.The process to find a dean ...

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