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End of an era

End of an era

It’s the end of an era for Taylor chapel as the university says goodbye to 12-year campus pastor Randy Gruendyke. The family that has been an integral part of the Taylor community will not be returning in the fall.

by · May 16, 2014 · 0 comments · News
Senior sojourner

Senior sojourner

His time at Taylor has ended, but Cameron Boehning continues to pursue his dream of working in foreign diplomacy and visiting as many countries as the wallet allows.

by · May 16, 2014 · 0 comments · Features, News
Seniors enter MAHE program

Seniors enter MAHE program

Emily Stadt, Jason Koh, Erica Gleason, Celeste Harris and Beth Hicks come from different places and have had different experiences while at Taylor, but all five can agree that MAHE is the next best step in the direction God is taking them.

by · May 16, 2014 · 0 comments · Local/Indiana, News
Dodging dark financial days

Dodging dark financial days

The press is sounding the alarm about the future of small, private universities. But is Taylor’s situation so dire? Not yet, thanks to the work of the Advancement office.

by · May 13, 2014 · 0 comments · News
Building the Breuninger bayou

Building the Breuninger bayou

Taylor University is in the process of finalizing plans to reconstruct wetlands behind the Randall Environmental Science Complex. This is a result of the university building parts of the Breuninger parking lot and the ponds. The university is corresponding with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) throughout this process.

by · May 12, 2014 · 0 comments · News
Upland under construction

Upland under construction

Taylor isn’t the only place making renovations around here. The town of Upland has new strategies up its sleeves to redevelop and boost the town’s economy, development and sense of community.

by · May 2, 2014 · 0 comments · News
Clau Viscarra and Dan Saldi lead the audience in a popular Brazilian dance entitled “Latin Beats.” (Photograph by Mel Kerigan)

A journey home

Intercultural students join together to celebrate their home cultures on Mosaic Night. The event begins with a Global Market, featuring food from around the world. Afterward, students will educate their classmates and friends about their homes through creative performances.

by · May 2, 2014 · 0 comments · Life & Times, News
An out of this world experience

An out of this world experience

To celebrate Taylor’s first year with sanctioned dances, TSO is throwing a futuristic, space-themed dance in the Euler atrium. While less formal, it will feature video games, laser tag, flashing lights and fast-paced music.

by · May 2, 2014 · 0 comments · News
Biology professor Jan Reber gave a reading at Rothrock’s Retirement Soirée Tuesday night.
Photo Credit: Photograph by Luke Lines

Veteran professor retires

After teaching at Taylor for 33 years, environmental science professor Paul Rothrock is retiring. Rothrock made numerous valuable contributions to Taylor over the years, from establishing the environmental sciences masters to designing the Randall Environmental Science building.

by · April 28, 2014 · 0 comments · News
Dancing out of darkness

Dancing out of darkness

Meals were battles fought in secret, especially when Ellen was surrounded by wingmates from First South English. “I would start with something really healthy . . . a salad. And then people would always be like, ‘Oh, Ellen, you’re so healthy. You always eat so healthy. I want to be like you.’” But the girls around the dinner table didn’t know about what always followed.

by · April 25, 2014 · 0 comments · News