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Distinguished pianist to perform at Taylor Friday

Distinguished pianist to perform at Taylor Friday

Joo Young Kim has played piano since the age of twelve, and her talents have led her to play in South Korea, the U.S. and parts of Europe. A free recital Sept. 20 brings her to Upland, Ind.

by · September 20, 2013 · 0 comments · Arts & Entertainment
Imagine Dragons rocks Indy

Imagine Dragons rocks Indy

Four years ago, nobody knew who Imagine Dragons was. But today, their band has won the hearts of millions and are now on their world tour. They made a stop in Indianapolis and performed a spectacular show.

by · September 20, 2013 · 0 comments · Arts & Entertainment
Yellowcard plays acoustic concert in Indy

Yellowcard plays acoustic concert in Indy

Pop-punk band Yellowcard rocked Indianapolis with an acoustic tribute to their “Ocean Avenue” album last weekend.

by · September 19, 2013 · 0 comments · Arts & Entertainment
Veronica Roth doesn’t diverge from faith in “Divergent”

Veronica Roth doesn’t diverge from faith in “Divergent”

In the young-adult novel “Divergent,” people are sorted into five factions based on humanity’s virtues. But what if someone fits more than one category? Veronica Roth is a Christian author who wants to confront a broken world. Read about her series and upcoming movie in the Echo.

by · September 14, 2013 · 0 comments · Arts & Entertainment
The Taylor Media Communication department unveils the RED camera. (Photograph by Luke Lines)

An Epic shade of RED

New film equipment prepares media communication department for successErin Fuhr | Echo “Technology comes and goes, but it’s story that really matters. We of course agree with that. But still there is some technology that affects how you tell a story.” Kathy Bruner spoke these words to a hushed and […]

by · September 13, 2013 · 0 comments · Arts & Entertainment, News
Anonymous donor lowers student theater ticket prices

Anonymous donor lowers student theater ticket prices

Anonymous Taylor alumni want you to attend more theatrical productions. So they donated money to lower ticket prices.

by · September 6, 2013 · 0 comments · Arts & Entertainment, News
When Freud met Lewis

When Freud met Lewis

“Freud thought he never found God and Lewis thought he did,” professor Matt DeLong said. Read The Echo’s preview of Taylor’s latest production, “Freud’s Last Session,” and get ready for opening night Sept. 5.

by · September 4, 2013 · 0 comments · Arts & Entertainment
Ben Affleck as Batman: good or bad?

Ben Affleck as Batman: good or bad?

A dark figure swoops down onto a dirty, rainy building. He stands, triumphant but weary, and surveys a city he has sworn to protect. The camera zooms in on this masked man and sees it’s . . . Ben Affleck? Is the controversial actor/writer/director a good choice for the cape and cowl in the new Superman-Batman film?

by · September 3, 2013 · 0 comments · Arts & Entertainment
Jenkins hands out writing wisdom to Taylor students

Jenkins hands out writing wisdom to Taylor students

What is it like to be a professional author? Do they still procrastinate? How do they get started? What advice might they give to young writers? Well known author Jerry Jenkins gave a workshop for writers that answered all these questions and more.

by · August 30, 2013 · 0 comments · Arts & Entertainment, News
Pacific Rim

Pacific Rim

Monsters called “kaiju” have wreaked havoc on the earth. Humanity’s only hope is “jaegers,” giant robots commanded by two pilots. “Pacific Rim” showcases the epic clashes that follow with great style despite a bloated story.

by · July 23, 2013 · 0 comments · Arts & Entertainment