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The Echo
Taylor University, Upland, IN
Tuesday, April 16, 2024
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Opinions

Our View: Pursuing informed action

Much of the information we ingest as students comes through a grapevine of communication: the friend who heard from a friend who works in Admissions, or the friend who happened to overhear a conversation that sparked their curiosity, or the friend whose professor mentioned something offhand in class the other day.

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Our View: Avoiding just “doing” Taylor

Bible studies, wing church, worship nights, chapel – these are pieces of Taylor that are valued and critical to encouraging students to maintain their faith.Taylor offers an abundance of opportunities for students to edify, sharpen and love one another. The Taylor community is undeniably the reason ...

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Our View: Quick to Listen

If everyone could live out James 1:19, oh how different the world would be. The simple 14 words at the end of the verse provide perhaps some of the most practical and important lessons that anyone, not just Christians, can learn in life. “Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow ...

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Our View: Helping make campus accessible

Taylor University is required to provide equal access to education for students with disabilities through accommodations according to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Disability is a broad term that covers mobile-impairment and neurodevelopmental disorders (such as ADHD and dyslexia), among ...

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Our View: Balancing health as a student

Spiritual health, mental health and physical health all correlate with each other and have a strong influence on how we live out our lives.We cannot live holistically while only having one or two areas strong with the third link weak. Many people tend to value one area over the other, but to be well-rounded, ...

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Our View: Are Taylor's Residence Halls behind?

Walking on Taylor soil for the first time this year, many students noticed drastic visual and structural changes to the Hodson Dining Commons and Zondervan Library.“We refreshed the Zondervan Galleria,” Special Assistant to the President Ron Sutherland said. “So if you go into the main hallway ...

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