His time at Taylor has ended, but Cameron Boehning continues to pursue his dream of working in foreign diplomacy and visiting as many countries as the wallet allows.
Articles by: Kaleigh Zierk
With all the many options available in the D.C., students should have little to complain about. Yet negative attitudes and comments abound. To discover the source of these poor outlooks, one Echo staff member suggests an introspective look.
As a young farmer in Iowa, the decision to follow God’s call was the turning point in Ralph E. Dodge’s life, and ultimately the next four generations of his family. The Dodge family holds the lead for most generations to attend Taylor, but the values developed at Taylor have played an amazing role in the life of each family member and the people they have ministered to throughout the world.
Paul Plant, owner of Holdridge Leather Company in Upland, Ind., is creating a Native American encampment in Indiana to educate people across the world, combat Native American stereotypes and create economic development.
Marion, Ind., is known to be the home of a few famous people throughout history, but talent continues to thrive in downtown square, where children and adults that attend the Community School of the Arts reach their full potential in acting, singing, dancing and more.
Roaming along Hartford City’s main street, one may not expect to find a place like Common Grounds coffee shop. Antiques are the main decor and espresso is never short in supply. Owner Katie Rich works hard to provide a place where people can relax, converse and enjoy the classical wonders found throughout the shop.
Breuninger Hall is physically complete and students have filled the rooms, but there is much more to be done. Student leaders and residents of the dorm are blazing the trail toward developing its unique culture and identity, but where do they start? What better source for inspiration than Breuninger herself!