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Discover what the future of ‘Daredevil’ is on Netflix

Does season three live up to the hype?By Landon Hilst | Echo Back in October, Netflix cancelled two of Marvel superhero shows: “Iron Fist” and “Luke Cage.” With two popular characters being cut from the future Marvel Netflix slate, and no confirmation on the renewals of the survivors so far, “Jessica […]

by · November 9, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Visit the recital hall on Nov. 8 to remember WWI with music and poetry.

Take the time to reflect with poetry and music

Faculty recital commemorates WWIBy Elizabeth Hartmann | Echo The music of rejoicing voices replaced the cacophony of gunfire 100 years ago. Taylor is still remembering that day. Poetry and music will be combined in a recital called “Remembrances of War.” According to a press release, Lorne Mook, associate professor of English, […]

by · November 2, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
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North American gaming team makes history

Cloud9’s “League of Legends” victoryBy Elijah Oates | Contributor The last time a professional, North American (NA) “League of Legends” team made it to the semifinals of the world championship was… never. It seemed almost like a curse. An NA team made the quarterfinals nearly every year, but always fell to […]

by · November 2, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
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Mysteries abound in this brand new thriller movie

A review of “Bad Times at the El Royale”By Landon Hilst | Echo From director Drew Goddard comes this exhilarating new mystery revolving around a colorful cast and an impressive setting:The El Royale hotel. On one side rests the beautiful sunshine state of Nevada, and to the other California, brimming with […]

by · November 2, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
What advice does the Bible give for our contemporary view of engagement?  (Photograph provided by Megan Alms)

A romantic’s view on how scripture and engagement combine

A review of a book about engagementBy Megan Alms | Contributor Since the contemporary idea of engagement is a cultural phenomenon which did not exist in the same way when the Bible was written, scripture tells us little on how we should live as engaged individuals. “Letters to a Romantic: On […]

by · October 26, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Where is that music coming from? (Photograph provided by Sonya Downing)

The forgotten choir has a nice ring to it

An opinion on the Taylor RingersBy Sonya Downing | Contributor  Taylor University is a musical campus. The bell tower chimes hymns, Wengatz boys bless the world with jazz, and angels wish they could sing like members of Chorale. And students join the chorus by flocking to audition for chapel bands, Gospel […]

by · October 26, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
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Spooktacular Short Stories

Student fictional workWhy Now? By Emily Pawlowski I’ve been haunted for a while, I guess. I first noticed in the bathroom, when my reflection kept watching me after I looked away. I meant to check what was up with that, but I had a bio exam to study for and […]

by · October 26, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Lane Vermilion plays Curio in a local theater production of “Twelfth Night.” (Photograph by Emily Pawlowski)

Obscure Shakespeare comedy comes to Marion

Local production of “Twelfth Night.”By Emily Pawlowski | Echo This weekend Marion Civic Theatre, Inc. finishes its run of William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” “Twelfth Night,” also called “What You Will,” is one of Shakespeare’s later plays. This comedy follows twins Viola and Sebastian after they were separated in a shipwreck. Viola […]

by · October 12, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
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Take flight with a brand-new TV show on NBC

The highs and lows of “Manifest”By Landon Hilst | Echo NBC’s new series “Manifest” grounds the interstellar concept of time travel to tell a story about second chances and new beginnings. “Manifest” sparked a lot of excitement because of its unique premise. A family is split up at the airport due […]

by · October 12, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
After 800 hours, “Film School Africa” can be shown to the public. (Provided by Nathan Pfaff and Andrew Paul Davis)

From Africa to Indiana, discover the heart of film

Alumni screen films at Heartland Film FestivalBy Gabby Carlson | Echo Taylor graduates Andrew Paul Davis (’18) and Nathan Pfaff (’14) will be featured on the big screen this month. Their films, “Palace” and “Film School Africa” were accepted and will be shown at the Indiana based Heartland Film Festival three […]

by · October 12, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment