Meet the MCs of this year’s AirbandBy Aubree Devisser | Echo After two years of the same Masters of Ceremonies (MCs), Airband has new hosts to guide the audience through this unique experience. Elyse Horb, a senior film major, and Noah Nemni, a junior Christian Ministries major, gathered earlier this […]
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Professors in AirbandBy Gabby Carlson and Chrysa Keenon | Echo “I Wanna be a Cowboy” by Boys Don’t Cry isn’t hitting any music charts in 2017. But three decades ago, when those of us attending Taylor now were just a twinkle in our parents’ eyes, five students were victorious with […]
The history of AirbandBy Chrysa Keenon | Echo Airband has been part of the Taylor experience for many decades, but it didn’t start the way you would think. You may be shocked to know that your professors contributed to the traditions of Airband. We now are taught by the generation […]
Peeking behind the curtainBy Gabby Carlson | Echo What do The Lion King, the Wizard of Oz, Pandora’s Box and the Boy Scouts have in common? They will all be on campus March 10, for one night only! Now you may ask, “Where do I find all of these amazing […]
Making the most of Airband practiceBy Chrysa Keenon | Contributor Are your fellow students lip syncing and dancing like nobody’s watching? You might be experiencing the symptoms of Airband fever. It is no secret that a lot of late nights are spent perfecting the synchronized jazz square. As some nights can […]
This semester’s must-attend eventsBy Lindsay Robinson | Echo Syllabus shock may be overwhelming, but these five upcoming events are sure to brighten your outlook on this semester. From theatre productions to famous Taylor traditions, be sure to devote a place to these can’t-miss events on your calendar. 1. Spiritual Renewal: February […]
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Airband 2014 features and all-star cast of Taylor students ready to perform during tonight’s shows
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.