An update to the Boston Marathon Bombing seriesBy Jon Stroshine | Echo The Boston Marathon bombings of April 15 brought tragedy, death, and scores of injuries to one of Beantown’s signature events. But Boston resident and Taylor graduate Kia Kenney has seen a different side to the attack. “It’s not […]
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As America mourns and Boston recovers, investigators search for bombers By Jon Stroshine and Kari Travis | Echo The explosions of two bombs at Monday’s Boston Marathon killed three and injured more than 150 more, sending shockwaves across the nation as Americans grieved for lost loved ones and investigators searched […]
Just over 24 hours after yesterday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon, authorities know little about the attacks
At least 90 people injured in Boston Marathon blastsBy Jon Stroshine | Echo Tragedy struck the annual Boston Marathon this afternoon, as two detonations during the race killed at least two and wounded many more. The blasts occurred a little before 3 p.m. this afternoon, turning Boston’s yearly Patriot’s Day […]
By Jon Stroshine Taylor Spring Break Missions co-directors Chandon Leckron and Lindsay Emery hoped new service trips to Atlanta and Memphis would increase application numbers for this year’s crop of trips. Instead, those two trips are not happening at all. “There’s a part of you that’s a little disappointed that you […]
Brianna Leever and Jake Owens are set to move in as Taylor’s Student Body President and Vice President after winning Wednesday’s elections.
The Taylor Ethics Bowl came thisclose to winning it all Thursday in San Antonio, finishing second at the Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl.
In a departure from Taylor’s former rules, school-sponsored dances may be coming to the Upland campus as soon as this semester, after a Board of Trustees decision eased dancing restrictions late last week.
It was the calm before the storm.
University seeks to improve relations with the recently-graduated