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Explosion at the Boston Marathon

Explosion at the Boston Marathon

At least 90 people injured in Boston Marathon blastsBy Jon Stroshine | Echo Tragedy struck the annual Boston Marathon this afternoon, as two detonations during the race killed at least two and wounded many more. The blasts occurred a little before 3 p.m. this afternoon, turning Boston’s yearly Patriot’s Day […]

by · April 15, 2013 · 0 comments · News
Faculty approves school structure shake-up

Faculty approves school structure shake-up

First-year Taylor Provost Jeff Moshier proposed a new grouping of Taylor’s departments two months and one day ago. Yesterday, it became a reality, and the school alignment will be changed for the fall 2013 semester.

by · April 12, 2013 · 0 comments · News
Legendary coach Paul Patterson announces retirement

Legendary coach Paul Patterson announces retirement

  By Jeff Yoder Paul Patterson took the head coaching job of Taylor University’s men’s basketball program 34 years ago. In over three decades, the stats won’t begin to define Coach Patterson’s legacy at Taylor. As much as Taylor prides itself on tradition, Patterson has been the perfect man to […]

by · April 9, 2013 · 0 comments · News
Mandela remains in hospital

Mandela remains in hospital

South Africa prays as Nelson Mandela remains in the hospital for over a week, slowing recovering from a recurring lung infection.

by · April 6, 2013 · 0 comments · News, World/National
‘Threats as clear posturing’

‘Threats as clear posturing’

The U.S. is preparing to defend ourselves as North Korea appears to be arming missiles, although it is not known if they have the strength to reach our borders. North Korea has threaten to launch a nuclear attack, claiming that it feels the U.S. is pushing it toward war.

by · April 6, 2013 · 0 comments · News, World/National
Taylor prepares fundraising campaign for campus center

Taylor prepares fundraising campaign for campus center

The ongoing saga of Taylor’s campus center continues, as advancement faculty are continuing to finalize the case for support. They have a pile of cash to raise — $20 million, to be exact.

by · April 5, 2013 · 0 comments · News
‘Citizen science’ contributes to prof’s dissertation

‘Citizen science’ contributes to prof’s dissertation

Seasonal timing is eternally present and recurring. Currently, the Northern Hemisphere looks to the seasonal timing and return of spring. For Taylor students its arrival is anticipated for the comfort the season will bring, warm sunbeams and the hope of a day without a jacket.

by · March 30, 2013 · 0 comments · News, Science & Tech

Off campus off limits

Taylor’s off-campus housing policy is affecting students more than normal this year due to the lack of Fairlane. Those effects have seniors-to-be bristling at living on campus for their final year of college.

by · March 25, 2013 · 1 comment · Life & Times, News

Masters study examines cell phone use among Taylor demographic

Many researchers regard this symptom as a sign of cell phone addiction. According to a recent study conducted by David Chizum, this phenomena is an example of the extraordinary attachments college students form with phones.

by · March 24, 2013 · 0 comments · News

MAHE students visit, interview for assistantships

A collection of 17 college seniors and graduates gathered in the Braden Room in the Dining Commons last Friday. Some came from as far as the West Coast, and most of them were not Taylor students . . . yet.

by · March 23, 2013 · 0 comments · Life & Times, News