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Students observe the apocalyptic group of illustrations in the art exhibit
(Photograph by Ben Williams)

Stitches of meaning found in the cornfields of Taylor

Professor and illustrator displays his artworkBy Chrysa Keenon | Echo A combination of acrylic and digital paintings, intentional thought put into every brushstroke. Such describes Professor of Art and Department Co-Chair Jonathan Bouw’s work in “Incident on Gaston Pike.” The pieces, which can be found in Metcalf Gallery, are unique […]

by · November 16, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
“[Theater] is mostly about playwrights exploring and talking about and writing about the human condition. And that’s what draws me to it. That’s why I love it.” –Brandt Maina

Humans of Taylor U

When real experiences are embodied on stageBy Carly Wheeler | Contributor “A man lives alone in Alaska. In the winter, a woman comes running in a wedding dress. The interaction he has with the woman, who has obviously run away from her wedding and is mentally distraught — and the […]

by · November 9, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Senior share

Senior share

Reflections on time at TaylorCompiled by Lauren Rink | Echo  Mary Anleitner Breuninger Hall Major: English I transferred to Taylor in September 2016, making my time at Taylor short and sweet. Before that, I was living at home and working full time at minimum wage jobs, just barely trying to […]

by · May 11, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Terrorist or friend? There’s more to Muslims

Terrorist or friend? There’s more to Muslims

Stories from five Muslims in Amman, JordanBy Abigail Roberts | Contributor The media for too long has perpetuated “the three B syndrome” in which Muslims and Arabs are portrayed as either a billionaire, belly dancer or bomber. When conceptualizing those that are different from us, it is difficult for us […]

by · May 4, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
(L to R): Sophomore Nina Siems,  freshman Noah Jurgensen and sophomore Natalie Nohr spent last spring break at an orphanage in Russia. Jurgensen has visited Russia over 25 times in his life.

Long story short

MKs share experiences from abroadBy Hope Bolinger | Echo Recounting the events of a weeklong vacation takes a great deal of effort. Students who take Lighthouse trips during J-term still mull over details during chapel two months later. If someone struggles to summarize a journey that takes less than four […]

by · March 31, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Features