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Fueling up for summer

Fueling up for summer

With gas prices sky-high, summer travel plans can turn quickly into fights over expenses. Use these tips to optimize miles per gallon.

3 women found after 10 years

3 women found after 10 years

Three women were found after being missing for a decade. They had been kidnapped, held and sexually and psychologically abused by their captor, Ariel Castro. One of the women was rescued with her six year old daughter, who was the result of a rape by Castro.

by · May 10, 2013 · 0 comments · News, World/National
Senior survey reveals mixed feelings for graduates

Senior survey reveals mixed feelings for graduates

As Taylor seniors get ready to graduate, many have mixed feelings about moving on.

by · May 10, 2013 · 0 comments · Life & Times, News
Celebrations following the capture of the second suspect in the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings in Boston's Mission Hill neighborhood. Taken at Calumet and St. Alphonsus Streets on April 19, 2013.

On the other side of the finish line

An update to the Boston Marathon Bombing seriesBy Jon Stroshine | Echo The Boston Marathon bombings of April 15 brought tragedy, death, and scores of injuries to one of Beantown’s signature events. But Boston resident and Taylor graduate Kia Kenney has seen a different side to the attack. “It’s not […]

by · May 7, 2013 · 0 comments · News
FBI photo of disassembled fireworks, which were recovered from a backpack inside a trash bag in a landfill near University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth campus. In an affidavit the FBI alleges friends of the suspect found the backpack and attempted to dispose of it for him. The image has been rotated to landscape but is otherwise unaltered.

Boston bombing bigger then first thought: Update

The Boston bombing saga continues with the discovery that the bombers, brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, originally planned a 4th of July suicide bombing.

by · May 3, 2013 · 1 comment · News
Ricin causes severe diarrhea and victims can die of shock. Death typically occurs within 3–5 days of the initial exposure.

Bioterrorism: deadly, but difficult to see

Poisonous ricin sent to President Obama and other government officials was intercepted by government mail facilities last week. The failed attacks remind the public of the danger of bioterrorism.

by · April 30, 2013 · 0 comments · News, Science & Tech
Heritage weekend ‘The servant leader’

Heritage weekend ‘The servant leader’

Taylor’s annual Heritage Weekend will celebrate servant leadership, personified by Bishop William Taylor, the school’s namesake.

by · April 26, 2013 · 0 comments · Life & Times, News
Boston bombs send shockwaves

Boston bombs send shockwaves

As America mourns and Boston recovers, investigators search for bombers By Jon Stroshine and Kari Travis | Echo The explosions of two bombs at Monday’s Boston Marathon killed three and injured more than 150 more, sending shockwaves across the nation as Americans grieved for lost loved ones and investigators searched […]

by · April 19, 2013 · 0 comments · News
Echo wins big at ICPA

Echo wins big at ICPA

Released by The Echo On Saturday, April 13 The Echo was honored to receive 18 Indiana Collegiate Press Association awards. Out of the 18 awards, nine ranked in first place, four ranked in second place, and four ranked in third place. The Echo also  won second-place Newspaper Of The Year […]

by · April 19, 2013 · 0 comments · News
Just 24 hours later

Just 24 hours later

Just over 24 hours after yesterday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon, authorities know little about the attacks

by · April 16, 2013 · 0 comments · News