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Students run for president and vice president

Students run for president and vice president

Taylor holds student electionsBy Holly Gaskill & Rayce Patterson | Echo News Co-Editors Election week is in full swing. Starting on Wednesday and continuing until April 3, candidates are marketing, meeting with students and discussing their potential plans for the student body. Candidates for student body president and vice president are […]

by · March 29, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News
Scott Moeschberger will be spending the fall semester at Notre Dame as visiting fellow.

Taylor professor receives Notre Dame fellowship

Moeschberger will be a visiting fellowBy Ellie Tiemens | Echo Scott Moeschberger, professor of psychology and director of the Orphans and Vulnerable Children program (OVC), recently received a fellowship with the University of Notre Dame. For the Fall 2019 semester, Moeschberger will be living near Notre Dame as a visiting fellow […]

by · March 29, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News
British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would step down as prime minister if Parliament approves her deal. Photo provided by Google.

Great Britain leaves the EU

How Brexit affects Taylor communityRayce Patterson | The Echo Today is the day legally set for the United Kingdom to withdraw from the European Union. The UK’s decision to leave or remain in the EU, known commonly as Brexit, was voted for by referendum on June 23, 2016. Leave won […]

by · March 29, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News, World/National
Seniors Patrick Warren, Mikey Maloney and Alison Brecheisen are part of the eight graduating from the engineering department this spring.

Engineering department looks toward future

Department faculty grows by 50 percentBy Holly Gaskill | Echo The perfect storm. This is what Bill Bauson, chair of the physics and engineering department and assistant professor of computer science and engineering, called the events leading up to this school year for the engineering department. Last spring, the engineering department […]

by · March 15, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News
Students can find campus police at the station headquarters at the LaRita Boren Student Center.

Police provide rides

Police give lifts to students in needBy Caleb Amick | Contributor Freshman Riley Legge needed a lift after she fainted during a vaccination at the Health Center. Although she said she was okay, health center staff asked that she wait for Police Chief Jeff Wallace to arrive. Wallace then picked up […]

by · March 15, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News
Graphic created by Abigail Roberts.

Seeking sources in Indiana’s food desert

A look at Taylor’s food budgetAbigail Roberts | The Echo Taylor sits in the middle of a food desert. A food desert is an area with low local access to fresh produce and foods. Unbeknownst to many local residents, Aggressively Organic estimates that every county in Indiana struggles with food […]

by · March 15, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News
Today is the last day for Joe on the Go in Upland. Photo by Jazmin Tuscani.

Joe on the Go closes its doors

Coffee shop leaves UplandTaylor Budzikowski | The Echo The local coffee shop Joe on the Go will close its doors today. “The whole point of the business was to be a non-for-profit so that we could help the community,” Joe on the Go Employee and junior Sarah Bade said. The […]

by · March 15, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Local/Indiana, News
Junior Piper Nicholson, freshman Zoe Mendenall, sophmore Garrett Sisson and senior Alicia Garnache ride on an ATV around campus.

Hitting the roads in style

Upland passes city ordinance for county roadsBy Sam Jones | Echo Four wheels. Transportation. State roads. An everyday citizen, upon hearing these words, may automatically jump to one conclusion ― cars.  But why stop there? Why not entertain all forms of transportation within that thought? Wayne Valentine, citizen of Upland, […]

by · March 8, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News
Graphic provided by Abigail Roberts.

English department exceeds expectations

Praise for English reviewAbigail Roberts | The Echo Taylor’s English department provides a space for every Taylor student to excel, as they continue to reach above and beyond expectations. On Oct. 18, 2018, Nancy Dayton, department chair and a professor of English, presented the English department’s eight-year review to Taylor’s […]

by · March 8, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News
Tim Goeglein is the Vice President of External Relations for Focus on the Family and the 2019 Halbrook Freedom Lecture guest speaker.

Halbrook lecture series hosts Tim Goeglein

Goeglein speaks on White House experienceBy Kipp Miller | Echo For the John A. Halbrook Freedom Lecture series, Tim Goeglein spoke on Monday, Feb. 11 during chapel about his time serving on Capitol Hill. Halbrook, who the lecture series is named after, graduated from Taylor in 1967 with an engineering […]

by · March 8, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News