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The first cache found. The location is indistinct because geocachers are not allowed to reveal where they discovered the caches. (Photograph by Hope Bolinger)

Geocache me outside

A worldwide hobby can be found in UplandBy Hope Bolinger | Echo The phrase “treasure hunt” often brings to mind imagery of gold-thirsty pirates scouring beaches with shovels in hand. But a modern-day treasure hunt requires a few simple items: a phone or G.P.S. for coordinates, a car (if you […]

by · October 20, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Community children ages K-6 participate in after school art programming guided by Taylor students. (Photograph provided by Kathy Herrmann)

After school art program kicks off

Students become the teacher and children, the artistBy Chin Yi Oh | Echo The Taylor art department will begin the After School Art program for elementary students in grades K-6 on campus. Art education and pre-art therapy majors will be teaching the lessons under the supervision of Professor Kathy Herrmann. […]

by · October 20, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · News
Jim Spiegel, Gary Ross, Kyle Gould, Bob Aronson and Bria Howard made up a panel to discuss #takeaknee on Tuesday night. (Photograph by Halie Owens)

Taking a knee

A nation divided by actionBy Gabby Carlson | Echo The National Football League (NFL) and the National Football League Players Association is divided over the controversial positions players are taking during the national anthem played before games. According to NBC News, as of Oct. 18, no common ground has been […]

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Jerome Flewelling (’97) (center) celebrates his award with Jitka Nelson, Indiana’s 2017 Teacher of the Year and others. (Photograph provided by Flickr.com)

Taylor alumnus crowned Indiana’s top teacher

Jerome Flewelling wins 2018 Indiana Teacher of the YearBy Grace Hooley | Echo “I liken the entire process to riding a roller coaster in which the hills get higher every time and the coaster pauses at the top of the hill so you can see/feel/anticipate the drop! Then when you […]

by · October 20, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Features
Muslim students on our doorstep

Muslim students on our doorstep

Reflection on Crescent Project “Without Borders” conferenceBy Abigail Roberts | Echo **Writer’s note: A few of the names in the following story have been changed or reserved to a first name basis only for individual’s security purposes. In that moment, Fae, like so many others within the growing circle of […]

by · October 20, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
Junior Kait Bedel shows off Zondervan’s display of games for checkout. (Photograph by Gabby Carlson)

Pass go

Board games now available in the libraryBy Chrysa Keenon | Echo The Zondervan Library now offers a variety of board games for checkout. There are over 32 in current circulation, according to Information Services, Assessment and Marketing Librarian Shawn Denny. The games can be found at the shelf in the […]

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Welcome back, Marion Philharmonic

Welcome back, Marion Philharmonic

A sneak peek into the showBy Rylie Harrison | Echo The Marion Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO) returns to Taylor to kick off its newest concert series, entitled “Musical Postcards.” This time, a few friends will also be performing with the ensemble. The MPO promises a wide variety of musical styles in this […]

by · October 20, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Paul Lowell Haines has been inaugurated as Taylor University’s 31st president. His wife Sherry and his two dogs join him in this next step.
(Photograph provided by Jim Garringer)

Welcome, Mr. President

Dr. Paul Lowell Haines inaugurated as Taylor’s 31st presidentBy Emily Rachelle Russell | Echo Today at 10 a.m. in the Kesler Student Activities Center Field House, Paul Lowell Haines (’75), Ed.D., J.D., was officially inaugurated as the 31st president of Taylor University. According to the official inauguration website, after his […]

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A group of friends can even make themed costumes, as exemplified by members of Gerig. (Provided by Hannah Stumpf)

Custom costumes without the cost

How to make an inexpensive Halloween costumeBy Hanna Smith | Contributor It’s October. Pumpkin-flavored everything is in all the stores, and Halloween is just around the corner: costume season. But a store-bought costume can cost $20 on average. That’s too expensive for one night of visiting Halloween open houses or attending […]

by · October 20, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Kevin Johnson, professor of history, brings his love of all things Egypt into his office decor. (Photograph by Riley Hochstetler)

Uncovering Taylor’s own Indiana Jones

Ancient Egypt is more than just mummiesBy Elyse Baron | Echo Guards yelling at him in Egyptian and sand filling his shoes with each step, Professor Kevin Johnson raced up an embankment that seemed determined to prevent him from reaching the top. His goal was not to escape authorities with […]

by · October 20, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Features