The source and meaning of our nation’s freedomBy Linda K. Taylor | Faculty contributor Today is Veteran’s Day. Today we honor you men and women who are or have been part of our American military, fighting for freedom. I wish more people understood the sacrifices you’ve made—separation from family, constant […]
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Speak up in the silence and listen to the voicelessBy: Gabby Carlson | Echo “Wait. Is this somewhere that I can’t feel safe? Because I don’t feel safe,” junior Bella Purcell, an international student from Spain, said after a phone call from her tearful mother on Wednesday morning. Many internationals […]
American tunes to spice up the election season By Laura Koenig | Echo No matter your feelings concerning Election Day, sit back and enjoy a few American tunes. Check it out here: http://spoti.fi/2esmXdz “Party In The U.S.A.”– Miley Cyrus “I’ve Been Everywhere” – Johnny Cash “God Bless The U.S.A.” – […]
Sinful cultures produce sinful candidatesBy Benjamin Thayer | Contributor I cannot help but smile when I think of what wonderful options we have in this year’s presidential race. In just a few weeks’ time I will have to choose, and it will be difficult. I would go so far as to […]
First time voting process made publicBy Seth Brandle | Contributor The United Nations (U.N.) will hold elections for the position of Secretary-General in a historic campaign between eight candidates. The Secretary-General is regarded as the face of the United Nations, setting the direction of the international body’s proposals. This makes […]
Lorenzo comes out on topBy Natalie Nohr | Echo Last week, Aaron Lorenzo, a member of the largest freshman class in Taylor history, was voted Inter-Class Council (ICC) President. Vice President Josiah Peterson, Secretary Annika Noetzel and Treasurer Jon Meharg joined Lorenzo on ICC with 126 of the 296 freshmen […]
Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu and his Likud party win reelection in the country’s parliamentary election.
A look at US midterm election results and the expectations for a Republican-controlled Congress
Analysts believe Republicans will take the Senate, giving them control of both Congressional houses following midterm elections.
A two-ticket, head-to-head race for Student Body President is underway at Taylor. Kehlay Dunah and Stephen Herman will face off in a heated SBP election.