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Junior Hudson Taylor has been a barista for three years. He sees his work as an art and a way to help people spend their hard earned money well. 
Photo provided by Hudson Taylor

Taylor student jobs: barista ballads

What’s it like being a barista?By Kassidy Weemhoff | Life & Times Co-Editor With coffee being one of the main sources of energy for the midterm exhaustion taking over Taylor’s campus, we decided to talk to the ones who make it for us: the baristas. And these are not just […]

by · October 12, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Eugene and Mary Habecker will receive the Legion of Honor award for their servant leadership as Taylor University President and First Lady.

Taylor celebrates superb alumni

Award recipients recognized for serviceTaylor Budzikowski | The Echo Alumni award recipients will be honored for their distinguished achievements throughout the weekend and will receive their awards on Friday, October 12. During Homecoming and Family Weekend 2018, Taylor alumni will be recognized for outstanding achievement and servant leadership, including President […]

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Bree’s Beat

Bree’s Beat

Velasquez inspires farmersBree Bailey | Contributor Baldemar Velasquez grew up in a family of immigrant farmworkers in Southern Texas. At the young age of five, he spent his days in the fields alongside his parents working long days in the hot sun. Outside of their control, his family was transferred […]

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William Ringenberg reminisces about his past fifty years with Taylor.

Ringenberg and his fifty years with Taylor

Professor Ringenberg shares about his life since 1968William Ringenberg | Echo William Carey Ringenberg began in 1968 as assistant professor of history. In 1972 he became associate professor of history, and since 1977, he has been one of our beloved professors of history. Since his time as a professor at Taylor, […]

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Lane Vermilion plays Curio in a local theater production of “Twelfth Night.” (Photograph by Emily Pawlowski)

Obscure Shakespeare comedy comes to Marion

Local production of “Twelfth Night.”By Emily Pawlowski | Echo This weekend Marion Civic Theatre, Inc. finishes its run of William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” “Twelfth Night,” also called “What You Will,” is one of Shakespeare’s later plays. This comedy follows twins Viola and Sebastian after they were separated in a shipwreck. Viola […]

by · October 12, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Student support the soccer team. Photograph by Ben Williams

Men’s soccer aspires for community inspiration

Fan support aids performanceBy Clay Sidenbender | Echo Prior to their Sept. 15 home game against Indiana Institute of Technology (Indiana Tech), Taylor men’s soccer coach Gary Ross encouraged his team to find more people for the student section. Ross did address mistakes the team made as well, but his desire […]

by · October 12, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
Sophomore Meek Lee shows the general admission ticket that will be given to all students to accommodate the large interest in the chapel.

Tebow to speak in chapel

Christian writer shares wisdomBy Abigail Roberts | Echo Athlete Tim Tebow will be visiting Taylor University on Nov. 2 in conjunction with Muncie’s Fields of Faith event. “I don’t think we’ve had someone in chapel of Tim’s notoriety in the 11 years I’ve been here,” Executive Director of Development Mike […]

by · October 12, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · News
A mascot of sorts sits atop a work table in the Center for the Study of C.S. Lewis and Friends.
Photo by Trevor Osswald.

Through the wardrobe to Upland’s Narnia

Taylor’s Brown collection celebrates great Christian writersBy Emily Pawlowski | Echo Through the library doors, down the stairs and around a corner is one of Taylor University’s hidden treasures.   One side of this room is lined with row after row of aged books. On the other stands a perfect replica […]

by · October 12, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Sophomore Victoria Lawson has had to learn how to overcome the struggles that dyscalculia, a common learning disorder, brings to her daily life.

Using resources and asking for help

One student’s learning disorder storyBy Madi Turpin | Contributor Although sophomore Victoria Lawson may struggle to perform long division, she graduated high school with above a 4.0 GPA and has gotten straight As in every subject matter aside from math. This is due to Lawson’s previous diagnosis of dyscalculia: a […]

by · October 12, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times, Uncategorized
Caroline Poland prepares to encourage students with group therapy sessions.

Counseling center therapy group sessions

Taylor gets intentional with group therapyKatie Pfotzer | Echo On a college campus, it can be easy to feel alone. In 2016, the Taylor Counseling Center added group therapy sessions to Student Services to combat this. Group sessions are typically six to eight weeks in length and range in topic from […]

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