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Monday, June 24, 2024
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Mackenzie Derico

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World Vision marathon and half marathon

The average woman in rural Africa walks six kilometers every day to haul 40 pounds of water. 844 million people, meaning one of every 10 people on the planet, lack access to clean water. Sophomore Esther Michael heard these facts and decided to do something about it. Michael has been partnering with ...

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A Silent Night twist to MyGen

MyGen looked different this year, but not just because of COVID-19.  Featuring musicians and student bands from all over campus, MyGen is put on by the Student Activities Council (SAC), a group of Taylor students dedicated to creating fun and relevant events for the Taylor University campus.  Together, ...

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A Silent Night twist to MyGen

MyGen looked different this year, but not just because of COVID-19. Featuring musicians and student bands from all over campus, MyGen is put on by the Student Activities Council (SAC), a group of Taylor students dedicated to creating fun and relevant events for the Taylor University campus. Together, ...

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WTUR to soon launch podcasts

Taylor’s very own radio station, WTUR, is entering the exciting world of podcasts, launching Oct. 2.  Taylor’s radio station is partnering with the film department to create three full produced podcasts and one audio podcast. While the station is at its climax in popularity, station manager sophomore ...

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The Abide Bible comes to Taylor

The Abide Bible, marked by unique artwork, thought-provoking notes and stimulating articles, was donated to every Taylor University student, staff and faculty member this fall. This Bible project began three years ago when Thomas Nelson Bibles reached out to Phil Collins, the co-executive director ...

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Stay healthy at home

It is fairly easy to stay fit and healthy on campus, being just steps away from a meal at the Zone or a CrossFit session at the KSAC. Now that we are home, however, it is much harder to stay in a healthy routine. Freshman soccer player Claire Nieshalla, freshman track team member Kenley Blake and Instructor ...

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Cake, Tea, and Crafty Things!

Social distancing is happening now and as always, Taylor students everywhere are finding fun things to do. Freshman Kinsley Rushing, sophomore Lily Smith and junior Lily Walter shared what they have been up to, and how you can replicate it.  Rushing has found her new favorite quarantine drink – ...

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You had the semester of your life, now what?

When students return from study abroad trips, they quickly realize that a lot has changed yet are often expected to hit the ground running when they return. Two of the biggest challenges these students face, however, is how to adapt to life back at Taylor and how to stay in contact with friends made ...

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2020 OVC Conference brings in guest speakers

The 2020 Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) CARE Conference on Feb. 27-28 will feature keynote speeches by Michael Gerson, Tendai Masiriri, Sarah Quezada and Shannan Martin.  Gerson is a writer for the Washington Post and the author of “Heroic Conservatism” and co-author of “City of Man: ...

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