Volatile, dangerous and . . . unstoppable?By Wilson Alexander | Contributor North Korea is one of most well-known but least understood countries in the world. Everyone is familiar with this stretch of land on the Korean peninsula and its dictator, Kim Jong-un, but no one knows exactly what goes on […]
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Alum Mark Hurt shows his passion for missionsBy Katherine Yeager | Echo During a recent visit to Taylor’s campus, Mark Hurt (’85) shared his Taylor experience and heart: for missions, for ministry and for Christians in the public arena. As Hurt campaigns for U.S. Senate campaign, he hopes that the […]
A student’s experience working behind-the-scenes in Mike Pence’s officeBy Brianna Kudisch | Echo People rarely see the behind-the-scenes work of politics in action, but fortunately for senior Jordan Hall, his internship at Indiana Governor Mike Pence’s office this past summer allowed him a glimpse into the reality of political work. […]
Views on higher educationBy Joseph Johns | Echo Republican Presidential Candidates: Donald Trump “We’re going to be cutting tremendous amounts of waste and fraud and abuse . . . but not services” – Trump in reference to a question of whether he would cut programs “I may cut Department of Education—Common […]
Turn out for whatBy Rosie Newman | Contributor I know as much about politics as the next person. I’ve kept up with the election and try to make time every day to read the news, yet I often feel a little lost in the political game around me. It […]
Why politics should matter to millennialsBy G. Connor Salter | Contributor We have a problem in our generation. I know that’s been said before, and it sounds tired, but stay with me for a minute: millennials (those born between 1981 and 1997) neither trust politicians nor care about the political sphere. […]