Increased cost of operation may shut course downBy: Erika Norton| Echo The Escape to Reality (ETR) high ropes course will most likely be decommissioned this summer. According to Dean of Students Skip Trudeau, the ETR course needs significant upgrades and is not sustainable. “I don’t think—and I’ve looked at these […]
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REPA III requires universities to provide education majors instruction in child reading interventions that are direct, explicit and multisensory.
Dyslexia legislation in Indiana will require teachers to be trained in recognizing the signs of dyslexia so students can receive the intervention they need.
As Christianity continues to fade in the West, a rebirth and relocation of the faith is taking place in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Community leaders, members gather to inspire and encourage investmentBy: Erika Norton | Echo When nationally known artist Diane Tesler went on a short painting trip to Indiana in the summer of 1986, she discovered not only a new business endeavor, but also her future home—Kewanna, population 602. Tesler fell in […]
Beck’s Grammy acceptance speech was tainted by another outburst from Kanye. This time was too far, as Beck is an accomplished artist worthy of the award.
Since 2012, many faith-based organizations have filed lawsuits against the HHS mandate similar to Taylor’s. The federal government has yet to reach a conclusion about granting exemptions to religious institutions.
Taylor Swift removed all of her songs but one from Spotify before “1989” released. She wants art to be appreciated more and she does not think Spotify provides that appreciation. Spotify users are void of her music and want her to bring it back to Spotify soon.
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The shooting at Liberty University has raised questions for other Christian colleges about security, including at Taylor. Hear what Chief of Police Jeff Wallace had to say about TU’s preparation for such an emergency.