C.S. Lewis is often jokingly called the “fourth member of the Trinity” at Taylor. The Echo’s coverage of the writer and apologist over the last few decades, which we explore in the fourth part in our “100 Year” series, reinforces Lewis’ high standing at Taylor.
Articles by: Kathryn Fenstermacher
Senior fine and performing arts majors depart from campus with a passion to make their mark in the arts community.
“Star Study,” the current exhibit on display at The Quilters Hall of Fame, shows how quilting remains a vibrant—and functional—art form.
First Presbyterian Theater won’t preach at you. They’ll perform for you.
Award winning artist and illustrator Wayne Brezinka will visit Taylor’s campus tonight for the opening of Paperwork, an exhibit featuring his work.
Documentary produced by Taylor alumni to premiere at heartland
New students arriving on campus enter a community that merges tradition with innovation.