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Foodie Fix

Foodie Fix

Spice up your day with a trip to El Taco ExpressBy Chrysa Keenon| Echo Looks can be deceiving, but that should never stop you from trying to get a taste for good food. It is easy to drive right by El Taco Express on your average trip to Buffalo Wild […]

by · May 4, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times, Uncategorized
As the weather gets warm on campus, the longboards make a return appearance.

Spring things are happening (or should be)

Ways you can take advantage of this weatherBy Lauren Rink & Kassidy Weemhoff | Echo Keep an eye on campus events           Taylor often has outdoor events planned as a way to take advantage of the nice weather. Always be on the lookout for posters or announcements with details about upcoming events. […]

by · April 20, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Uncategorized
Taylor Survival Guide

Taylor Survival Guide

How to do homework in peaceBy Alyssa Roat | Contributor The sounds of screams, yelling and thudding feet echo down the hallway. You ease your door shut, heart pounding, hoping they won’t come for you. No, this isn’t a scene from a horror movie. It’s everyday life in the dorms. College […]

by · April 20, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times, Uncategorized
For Audre Book Club and Global Engagement held Women’s Week this week. (Photograph by Alicia Garnache)

Why have a Women’s Week?

Women’s Week was March 12–16By: Tiless Turnquest & Stephanie Mithika | Contributors Women’s Week began as a vision of the For Audre Book Club, which is a discussion-based group centered around gender, sexuality and identity development. Through collaboration with Global Engagement, Women’s Week came into fruition from March 12–16. We held […]

by · March 16, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials, Uncategorized
Freshman Ruth Brown displays the simple black freshman class mug.

Class gifts receive mixed reviews

Mugs and t-shirts for allBy Caroline Shapley | Echo For the past two weeks, freshmen, sophomore and junior students have been able to pick up a class gift from the Office of Alumni Relations. This gift is a coffee mug created individually for each class. In previous years, each class received a […]

by · March 9, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times, Uncategorized
Cindy serves a student in line for food in 2000. Provided by Ellie Herschberger

Dear Cindy

Love, Taylor UniversityKatherine Yeager | Echo Research contributed by: Annabelle Blair, Cassidy Grom, Ellie Hershberger, Becca Robb and Peyton Smith   Dear Cindy McWhirt, We were blessed to be served by you. A life spent in Grant County, from attending Wes-Del High School and Tucker Vocational School, to serving at Taylor […]

by · November 4, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · News, Uncategorized
Rachel Smith, professor of art at Taylor, lived in Mexico, Sudan and Pakistan during her childhood and college years. (Photo provided by Rachel Smith)

(Abroad)er vision

Professors and faculty members share stories about growing up and living overseasBy Hope Bolinger | Echo  Packing time. Airlines may only allow 50 lbs. for checked luggage, but these passengers carry more baggage in their eyelids than they do in their hands. Under drooping eyelashes, they lug conflict and international tensions. […]

by · October 7, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Features, Uncategorized
Joe Lund Retires

Joe Lund Retires

Professor of Psychology will relax and see where retirement takes himBy Annabelle Blair | Echo “At heart, I’m a sports psychologist, providing consultation in youth sports, coaching training and helping develop the person rather than the athlete.” In 1973, Joe Lund’s became a professor of social psychology when he was […]

by · May 5, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · News, Uncategorized
Neville won gold and bronze medals in the 2008 Olympics

Olympian Grit

Coach David Neville is going on FOX’s original TV show, “American Grit” By Connor Rowland | Contributor David Neville, already a highly decorated member of Taylor’s staff, continues adding accomplishments to his resume. Not every small NAIA school can boast a gold and bronze Olympic recipient head coach. Even fewer […]

by · April 8, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Uncategorized
Molding young artists

Molding young artists

Art education majors teach weekly after-school art programBy Julia Oller | Echo Seven Taylor students sprinkled throughout Metcalf classrooms on Tuesday afternoons aren’t there to listen but to lecture. A part of the Elementary Methods class required for all art education majors, Art After School is a five-week art program […]

by · November 6, 2015 · 0 comments · News, Uncategorized