University seeks to improve relations with the recently-graduated
Life & Times
Global Engagement and Residence Life are partnering for YOVO, You Only Vote Once (in college). The focus is to get people engaged in politics with convicted civility while offering different unbiased events around campus.
By Kyla Martin Looking out the window of English Hall room 225 just a month ago revealed a thick line of trees and an open field of grass. Now, the view reaches across a field of mud all the way to the sand courts. The new residence hall on the […]
By Rachel Vachon Lights flicker as a five minute warning. The excitement builds. The room finally goes dark and the crowd roars. Taylor’s annual lip syncing contest called Airband, the most anticipated event of the year, has begun. But rewind to weeks earlier, when Airband consists of nothing more than […]
Though James Dean is no longer living, his spirit lives on in the lives of his admirers. By Kyla Martin, L&T/Features Co-Editor Curt Whirl, 34, hasn’t missed the James Dean Festival in 24 years, making the trip from Florida since he was 18. Whirl is a Marion native, born and […]
New system brings changes to payment, registration By Meredith Sell, Staff Writer Wings and floors are meeting a new system in campus intramurals this fall. Director for Campus Recreation Logan Denney and his student staff are working to build student involvement in recreational sports. “We want people to really love […]
The solution begins here with the following tips to make the choices easier and more enjoyable for the novice coffee consumer and experienced caffeine addict alike.
Last summer was the first for Taylor’s Alumni Discovery Program designed to reconnect alumni to Taylor through student-led interviews.
BY: Jon Stroshine, News Co-Editor, email@example.com PUB: Sept. 7, 2012 A pool. A river. A view of the sunset over a lake. Sound like a tropical getaway? Actually, starting next fall, it will be part of Taylor’s campus. Preparation has begun for a new dormitory set to open fall […]
The focus of MECA is not solely Middle Eastern culture, but also politics, history and current events. “One of our goals this year was to become more visible to the students and faculty of Taylor University.”