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Taylor University, Upland, IN
Friday, April 12, 2024
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Stephen Wisnewski

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Campus Bookstore addresses delays

Two weeks, three weeks, four weeks all pass by, and still no sign of that final textbook. Many students across campus rely on Slingshot deliveries for access to class materials, but this semester there have been more than a couple snafus with the system.

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High court ends precedent

On June 29, 2023, the Supreme Court ended the decades long precedent of race-based admissions by a vote of 6-2. This isn’t to say that race will not be used as a contributing factor. It will. What this ruling says is that it cannot be used as a primary or determining reason. The issue is that certain ...

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Water quality at Taylor

Ever wonder why the Taylor water tastes a little funny, leaves a white residue when it evaporates, or creates a buildup on faucets, fountains, and shower heads?The answer may be less alarming than you might think.According to the Town of Upland Drinking Water Quality 2022 Annual Report, “Upland ’s ...

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Phishing Crackdown

Taylor University is rolling out a new anti-phishing system, known as KnowBe4, to increase cyber security.KnowBe4 is a system that runs simulations and provides training to avoid phishing scams. It uses AI to assess the legitimacy of a message by comparing it to other emails in the system.Chris Jones, ...

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Looking into the abortion debate

Abortion is a pretty black and white topic, right? Either you’re for it or against it. Well, maybe it’s a bit more complex. Since the landmark Roe v. Wade case in 1973, abortion has become one of the most important and hotly debated topics in American politics. There is an immense amount of nuance ...

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