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William White will be conducting “A Night at the Opera.” (Photograph provided by LaRea Slater)

Opera offers enjoyment

A night to remember at the operaBy Elizabeth Carrier | Echo Students put on their best evening wear to enjoy a formal and culturally rich night out at “A Night at the Opera.” This Saturday, April 21 at 7:30 p.m., the Marion Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO) is putting on an opera variety […]

by · April 20, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Clad in tropical outfits and bright smiles, the Bohemians represented their country with an exciting performance.

Experiencing culture through performance

Mosaic Night entertains attendeesCaroline Shapley | Contributor Students, family and local community entered Rediger Chapel on Saturday evening. The attendees packed the seats, voices of anticipation and excitement filled the air. At 7 p.m. the lights dimmed and Mosaic Night began. Held every spring, Mosaic Night is an event of […]

by · April 20, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
The eight-year Syrian conflict

The eight-year Syrian conflict

Why did the U.S. strike Syria?By Abigail Roberts | Contributor On April 14, the U.S., U.K. and France carried out missile strikes on three sites associated with the Syrian regime’s chemical weapons program. This move was in response to the recent chemical attack in Douma, Syria, a week earlier in […]

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Zelda searches for answers through prayer. (Photograph provided by Wikimedia)

Faith meets ‘Legend of Zelda’ in prayer

How a video game prayer mirrors our ownBy Derek Thompson | Faculty Contributor If you haven’t played “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” and are still reading this, I am about to spoil it. In most “Legend of Zelda” games, Link is the hero on his way to rescue […]

by · April 20, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Why I chose to delete social media

Why I chose to delete social media

The downsides of online communicationBy Katherine Upton | Contributor When I chose to delete my primary social media accounts a few months ago, I was surprised by the amount of people who criticized my decision to “unplug.” Even more so, I was surprised at how many of those critics were […]

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Students like freshman Moorea Reiskytl ask Registration and Course Schedule Coordinator Jana Taylor questions about their education. (Photograph provided by Samantha Rios)

Interest starts to accrue

Report claims students have misconceptionsBy Hope Bolinger | Contributor At least $1.48 trillion has been borrowed on a national level so far for 2018, according to Student Loan Hero. A total of 44 million people are in debt across the country. To bring this to Upland, according to Financial Aid Counselor […]

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The town of Upland will receive a $1.4 million grant from the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) to renovate the downtown area. (Photograph by Ellie Bookmyer)

Town earns INDOT grant

Upland awarded $1.4 million for downtownBy Chrysa Keenon | Echo The town of Upland will undergo a renovation of the downtown area in 2023 after receiving a $1.4 million grant from the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT). The upgrade will consist of the four main blocks of downtown streets and […]

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The Upland Print and Stitch moves locations from their house on Main Street to 116 East Berry Street. (Photograph by Aubree DeVisser)

Upland Print and Stitch relocates

Print and Stitch moves down the roadBy Aubree DeVisser | Contributor Upland Print and Stitch owners Andrew and Tammy Preston have moved their printing and embroidery business to 116 East Berry Street. “We needed the space but considering the location and the development of small businesses, we realized it would […]

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The cow creamer collection has a wide variety, including pieces spanning three centuries and three continents. (Photograph by Kassie Joviak)

From the archives: Cow creamer collection

From the archives: Cow creamer collectionBy Becca Eis | Echo Hundreds of bottles of coffee creamers are used by the Taylor student population each year, but it is unlikely that many have used a cow creamer when doctoring up their beverage of choice. Fitting to the cornfields of Upland, Indiana, […]

by · April 20, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Features

Holly Kuzmich coming to campus to speak

Kuzmich will present on politics on MondayBy Andrew Hoff | Echo Holly Kuzmich, executive director of the George W. Bush Institute and senior vice president of the George W. Bush Presidential Center, will be at Taylor University on Monday, April 23. She will be giving a presentation in the Recital […]

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