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Terry Himelick, farm manager at Victory Acres, has lived in the area his entire life.

The story of your lunch

People make your food; chickens eat the leftoversBy Becca Robb | Echo  This is the second in a series of four articles researching environmental sustainability on campus. Topics include electricity, water, food and material waste.   Before lunch As the bell tower tolls 11 a.m., students begin trickling down the stairs […]

by · November 18, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Features, News
Family food

Family food

Son takes over father’s catering company The love of cooking might be hereditary. Over 35 years ago, Larry Couch founded Peace & Plenty Catering. Now his son, Josh Couch, is taking over as Larry plans for retirement. On your webpage, it says you bought the Peace & Plenty restaurant after […]

by · September 30, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Local/Indiana
Yummies for your tummies at the front desk today!

Front desk food feud

The best deals in on-campus snacksBy LeighAnn Wolle | Echo Front Desks are for much more than mail—Each desk is like a mini grocery store. While all of the desks have the fundamental chips, candy bars and Ramen, each has unique offerings as well. Prices also vary from dorm to dorm. […]

by · September 9, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
“Columns by Chrysa are right around the corner”

Chrysa’s corner

Hacking the fridgeBy Chrysa Keenon | Echo Chrysa Keenon is the woman around the corner writing bi-weekly for Life & Times. Twice a month, she will be writing tips, tricks and hacks on how to thrive as a college student in an expensive and fast-paced world. It’s the one thing college […]

by · September 9, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Students eagerly await the next creation from the dining halls. (Photo by Naomi Page.)

The good side of gluten-free

Exploring the challenges of cooking without gluten By Aubree DeVisser | Echo Being gluten free is difficult, but it’s even more so if you are Megan Jeffers, the gluten-free executive chef for the Dining Commons. Jeffers developed Celiac disease when she was 20 years old, but it wasn’t until she […]

by · September 2, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Features
Students will be able to choose between using "Dining Dollars" or meal swipes.

New Campus Center to change meal plans

Taylor’s new dining options to operate on “Dining Dollar” systemBy Cassidy Grom | Echo  “You wanna grab some noodles at LaRita’s?” said every future Taylor University student ever. Tuesday, as students continued to deliberate about the nickname of the new Campus Center (“LaRita’s” is currently winning in the online Echo […]

by · March 11, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times, News
Steadily hoard your Grille cookies to make a giant one.

Maximizing the Grille experience

Getting creative with the classicsBy Lindsay Robinson & Sarah Davis | Echo The Grille offers many custom-made salads, subs, quesadillas and more. But if you’re a senior or tightly-scheduled underclassman struggling through a Grille rut, there are a few things you can do to make the most of your Grille meals. […]

by · March 4, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Food off the chain

Food off the chain

Nearby hidden restaurants to tryBy Sarah Davis | Echo   Oriental Pearl – Gas City Off the road and tucked behind a Dollar General is a little place still adorned with Christmas decor. If you can get past the present bows on the walls and buffet-table-turned-fish-tank, you’re in for a […]

by · February 19, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Say no to lame leftovers

Say no to lame leftovers

A new twist on the fermenting feast in your mini-fridge By Gracie Fairfax | Echo The Turkey trot is over and you’re left with a mountain of mashed potatoes, as well as a wide variety of other Thanksgiving soul food. Mom packed her famous stuffing and other fine feast food […]

by · December 4, 2015 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Eating local in the cornfields

Eating local in the cornfields

Great places around Taylor to get locally grown food By Lindsay Robinson | Echo Being in the middle of cornfields influences the culture at Taylor. With an increase in health-conscious living, buying local produce is a growing trend across America. In the heart of farm country, Taylor students are also […]

by · September 4, 2015 · 0 comments · Life & Times