Judge from ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ offers dancing lessons
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 Olivia Jessup, Contributor Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made waves at the U.N. General Assembly Sept. 27 when he held up a picture of a cartoon-like bomb and drew a red line, calling for world action against Iran’s developing nuclear program, according to The Associated Press. Netanyahu’s red line […]
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 […]
Taylor students planning to vote in spades, not necessarily along party lines By Jon Stroshine, News Editor Sept. 28, 2012 Sophomore Grace Drascic remembers the scene clearly. While working in an Indiana congressman’s campaign offices a few weeks ago, a woman came in and vented to Drascic about her frustration […]
Last summer was the first for Taylor’s Alumni Discovery Program designed to reconnect alumni to Taylor through student-led interviews.
The Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) voted to end the strike that has kept 350,000 students out of Chicago Public Schools for the last week.
Junior Steve Moon remembers a time when his fellow members of First West Wengatz could saunter into Airband practice, goof around for a bit and eventually get down to business.
As November approaches, presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney race to convince the American public their U.S. energy goals are most viable.
Even a robot on a mission can stop and have some fun once in awhile. `