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The Echo
Taylor University, Upland, IN
Thursday, May 30, 2024
The Echo

Marissa Muljat

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Features

Kids Hope mentors serve Upland youth

One-on-one relationships — the foundation of the national organization, Kids Hope USA. The organization partners churches across the country with local elementary and middle schools to offer positive, consistent mentorship for children. Kids Hope mentors meet for one hour each week to spend time with their designated mentee. Near Taylor, Upland Community Church (UCC) partners with Eastbrook South Elementary School. Kids Hope mentors in the area must either be members of UCC or students at Taylor.

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News

TU welcomes for KING + COUNTRY

The four-time Grammy award-winning Christian pop duo, for KING + COUNTRY, performed center stage at Taylor chapel and pre-screened their new movie, “Unsung Hero” on Friday, Feb. 23.

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Features

Semester overseas: Patience in Paris

This semester, senior Patience Sakeuh has traded the cornfields of Indiana for French pastries, museum tours and flea markets. That’s right. Sakeuh, a global studies major, has been studying abroad in Paris, France!

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Opinions

Student newspapers offer value

Campus newspapers: They are organized, managed and led by their respective students. In 2013 Pew Research estimated there were 1,600 college newspapers in the U.S. The Echo is just one of those. While that number may have changed in the past decade, a campus paper still bears its importance — and ...

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