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The sophomore team strikes a strong pose despite a difficult loss. (Photograph provided by Tali Valentine)

What goes around, comes around

The sophomore girls team stick together for another TaylathonBy Carly Wheeler | Echo The brakes are tightened, the chains are aligned and for sophomores Jessica Dundas, Amanda Fleischmann, Analiese Helms and Lindi Moore, memories of last year’s Taylathon competition fuel their desire for an epic comeback. These four sophomores are […]

by · September 29, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Brecken’s Breakdown

Brecken’s Breakdown

By Brecken Mumford | Echo Have you ever been so overwhelmed by people, places, things, ideas — nouns — that you feel stationary? You want to say something, but all the words get stuck in the back of your throat? You go to move, to capture, to do something, but […]

by · September 29, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
(Photograph provided by Kip Yitian Yin)

United under the same moon

The significance behind the Mooncake FestivalBy Chin Yi Oh | Echo  For most students, Thanksgiving is the time where students travel home to gather with family and eat turkey. For the Chinese students, the Mooncake Festival is a time of family reunions and eating mooncakes; however, traveling home for this […]

by · September 29, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
From the cornfields to the big screen

From the cornfields to the big screen

A glimpse at senior Andrew Davis’s film “Indiana”By Becca Eis | Echo The Bridge. Ivanhoes. Handy Andy’s Marathon. These are all familiar places that Taylor students learn to know and love during their time in Upland. Soon, however, the seemingly insignificant corners of Grant County will become more than just a small […]

by · September 22, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Flocked to each other

Flocked to each other

The band Stay Outside emerges from obscurity By Braden Ochs | Echo Stage lights dim. The crowd’s chatter grows quiet as slow footsteps engage the wrinkled rugs that run across the small coffee shop stage. Four men stand behind their instruments as their 50 fans look on. The audience cheers […]

by · September 22, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment