What the CARE conference is and why it is postponedBy Braden Ochs | Echo As of this week, the CARE conference, an all-day annual seminar-style Taylor event sponsored by the Honors Guild and Village Tree, has been postponed from April to an undecided fall semester date. The CARE conference is […]
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Grant County Special Education Co-operative teams up with the education departmentBy Anna Oelerich | Contributor On Tuesday, Taylor’s education department will host its second annual Family Fun Fair for children with autism spectrum disorder as well as their families. The event is the result of an ongoing partnership with the […]
Is not wanting children wrong?By Becca Jackson | Contributor During my second semester after transferring to Taylor, I was hit with this accusatory question: “Don’t you think you’re being selfish?” A group of friends and I were talking about our futures and what we wanted out of life. I talked […]
An invitation to think critically about LGBT adoptionsBy Edward P. Meadors | Faculty Contributor Taylor is a Christian liberal arts institution committed to self-examining critical thinking. Therefore our faculty and student body share an educational commitment to looking at issues from all perspectives without dogmatism. In accord with Taylor’s educational philosophy, […]