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The Echo
Taylor University, Upland, IN
Monday, June 24, 2024
The Echo

The Echo Editorial Board

Students benefit from a well-rounded education
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Our View: Journey of integration

Humans are natural learners. Acknowledged or not, everyone dabbles in music and math — appreciates daylight and a building that doesn’t collapse. In order to appreciate those things, however, you don’t need to be a musician, mathematician, environmental scientist or architect. We are free to enjoy the world just as it is.

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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: Celebrating found family

Family is more than biology. From the beginning of time, humans have sought intimacy in relationships of all kinds. Created to reflect the relational nature of the Holy Trinity, we are hard-wired for this type of connection. The reality is that “family” looks different for everybody. It’s often ...

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Our View: Approach leaders

No matter where you go and what you do, you will likely have a leader of some sort — a president, an administrator, a teacher, a coach, etc. While approaching one’s leaders may seem intimidating or daunting, we believe it's important for students to feel comfortable reaching out to their leaders ...

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