Pushing that ring by springBy Kenzi Nevins | Echo “Ring by spring” is a commonly-heard expression wafting across Taylor’s campus. As graduation looms, more and more engagement announcements seem to pop up, but how true is the rumor that Christians—especially Taylor students—get married earlier in life? According to a Pew […]
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Kate and Avery Boxell find wedded bliss prior to graduationBy Brianna Kudisch | Echo First impressions aren’t always accurate; in fact, senior Kate Boxell (formerly Meadors) had a less than favorable impression of her now-husband, senior Avery Boxell. “I thought Avery was a tool because he was attractive and quiet […]
Libby and Nathan tackle senior year as husband and wife By Brianna Kudisch | Echo Marriage is a big next step in anyone’s life, but for seniors Libby (formerly Hansen) and Nathan Edwards it was the perfect next step: they’ve known each other since middle school. After meeting 10 years […]
Taylor Theatre and music department are wed for “Marriage of Figaro” By Austin Lindner | Echo This weekend, the Taylor Theatre trades the puffs and frills of the 1700s for the high-collared drama of the early modern age in its rendition of “Marriage of Figaro.” In Artistic Director Tracy Manning […]
And singleness isn’t a consolation prizeBy Payton Lechner | Contributor Over and over again, my friends have repeated the same awful phrases: “When you get married, you should do this at your wedding,” or, “When you get married, I better be in the ceremony.” I’m always quick to correct them—“If. […]
Modern courtship has developed some guidelines for couples to follow as they begin the courtship process. The focus of the courtship should not be on yourself or the other person but on God instead. Balance is key for a courtship to develop in a healthy manner.