Nearly 100 students shared 60 research projects at the poster session on Thursday evening, spanning a variety of disciplines such as neuroscience, engineering and environmental science. The ninth annual poster session gave students the opportunity to expand their education beyond the limits of the classroom.
Articles by: Kyle Carruthers
Students were provided with the opportunity to expand their understanding of the beginning of Genesis on April 8 by learning how the Israelites would have viewed the text and attempting to eliminate meaning read in as a result of our modern culture.
Seasonal timing is eternally present and recurring. Currently, the Northern Hemisphere looks to the seasonal timing and return of spring. For Taylor students its arrival is anticipated for the comfort the season will bring, warm sunbeams and the hope of a day without a jacket.
A collection of 17 college seniors and graduates gathered in the Braden Room in the Dining Commons last Friday. Some came from as far as the West Coast, and most of them were not Taylor students . . . yet.
Ten Taylor computer science, engineering and systems students traveled to Hong Kong and Taipei with computer science professor Tom Nurkkala and his wife, Darci, during J-term. Learn more about how the students integrated their majors in the missions field.
Shrouded in secrecy for many months, Google’s newest project—Glass—is beginning to come into the light, slowly that is. Google Glass will allow users to interact with the world around them while wearing a small computer on their face. Read more about the advantages and disadvantages of this augmented reality.
Technology helps find stolen vehicles, but could allow police to track law-abiding citizens By Kyle Carruthers, Staff Writer/Copy Editor Paying someone to stand on the side of a highway 24/7 and snap a photograph of every car that passed would be impractical. Hiring an army of such people would be […]
As November approaches, presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney race to convince the American public their U.S. energy goals are most viable.