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Timeline of key events leading up to Taylor's lawsuit. (Graphic by Matt Morse; Information compiled by Erika Norton)

Series of lawsuits contest federal mandates

Since 2012, many faith-based organizations have filed lawsuits against the HHS mandate similar to Taylor’s. The federal government has yet to reach a conclusion about granting exemptions to religious institutions.

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A ‘significant” essay

When senior Levi Boxell submitted his essay to the International Economic Society last spring, he didn’t think much of it.

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Checking in with the chiefs

Checking in with the chiefs

Taylor’s student government leaders weigh in on their previous accomplishments and future plans.

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Was it all worth it?

Was it all worth it?

Ever wondered if college is worth the price and stress? We take an in-depth look at the costs and benefits of a four-year degree.

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Reclaiming God

Reclaiming God

Through the first world focus, WOW invites students to reexamine the traditions that have become second nature.

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A golden ticket

Tonight’s dance will feature crazy costumes and candy comas By Julia Oller | Echo This evening, the Euler Atrium will be transformed into a world of pure imagination. Taylor’s fourth campus dance, with a “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” theme, magically falls on Halloween, a night known for sugar rushes […]

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Sexuality as a whole

Residence life planned a new theme with a name to match for this week’s focus on sexuality as a whole.

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Race for the fin-ish line

Race for the fin-ish line

Taylor University hosts entrepreneurship competition based off of popular television show, “Shark Tank.”

by · October 24, 2014 · 0 comments · News
Paving the way

Paving the way

Plans to build bike paths across Upland will increase the connection between Taylor and the local community, as well as ensuring the safety of walkers, bikers and runners.

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A cultural experience

A cultural experience

Taylor students travel to Chicago this weekend to take on an issue many shy away from—male prostitution.

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