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Nathanael and Courtney Warren are awaiting the chance to see their international coffee shop open in Spain.

Nathanael Warren is teaching English through Meraki Cafe

Alumni brings coffee shop to SpainChrishauna Curry | Echo Nathanael Warren (’13) will be opening his coffee shop soon in Basque, Spain. Nathanael Warren graduated as a biblical studies major. Not only is the Meraki Cafe an upcoming coffee shop, but it will also be a place where the Basque people […]

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‘Shazam!’ movie shocks audiences

‘Shazam!’ movie shocks audiences

DC Comics brightens up its franchise with new movieLandon Hilst | Echo Move over “Shalom,” there’s a new “S” word on everyone’s mind today: Shazam! With the speed of Mercury and the power of Zeus, “Shazam!” has arrived in theaters to a successful $53 million opening weekend. The newest comic […]

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P. Lowell Haines encourages communication when it comes to difference of opinion regarding commencement.

Commencement stirs controversy

Pence sparks debateGabby Carlson | Co Editor in Chief The anticipated arrival of Vice President of the United States Mike Pence on campus presents mixed feelings among students, faculty and alumni. In the faculty meeting Thursday morning, P. Lowell Haines, Taylor University president, announced Pence as the 2019 commencement speaker. […]

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Students hear the thoughts of a speaker.

Discussion opens at Taylor

Announcing a series of articles and forumsTom Jones | Contributor At the beginning of the year, Campus Pastor Jon Cavanagh invited the Taylor community to take time at 10 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday to come together, praise God, seek His presence and open our Bibles, minds and hearts […]

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Taylor music ensembles perform in Palm Sunday service

Carmel UMC unites with Taylor music department for unique serviceJori Hanna | Contributor Taylor Wind Ensemble, Chorale and Taylor Ringers will be joining forces to provide a Palm Sunday service this coming weekend. This will be a opportunity to experience worship in its various forms with a unique combination of […]

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Students practice to represent their country through dance.

Mosaic Night is bursting the bubble

Students represent their home countriesEthan Rice | Echo At the annual Mosaic Night event, the many cultures represented on Taylor’s campus will be celebrated in an explosion of festivity. The theme for this year’s Mosaic Night is “Burst the Bubble.” The theme centers around the idea that while many people […]

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Freshman Erin Teevans contemplate the resurrection.

Our View: Easter and after

The Easter holiday helps cause constant reflectionEditorial Board | Echo The resurrection is the most important event in history. The truth of the resurrection has brought joy, hope and peace to believers all over the world, and is the overarching theme of all Christian belief. As the focal point of […]

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Sophomore Paul Terazano engages in some material with a different viewpoint.

Christians need other viewpoints

Consider works by people that believe other thingsConnor Salter | Contributor Recently, I checked out a movie some Christians have called “blasphemous.” Created by Monty Python, Life of Brian follows a young man living in Jesus’ time who gets mistaken for the Messiah. On its release, many people argued that […]

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P. Lowell Haines announced Mike Pence as the 2019 commencement speaker Thursday morning.

Pence makes Taylor history

V.P. to speak at graduationGabby Carlson | Co-Editor in Chief For the first time in Taylor’s 173 year history, a member of the executive branch of the United States will be speaking at commencement. On May 18 at 10 a.m. Mike Pence, vice president of the United States, will be […]

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Big dreams compete with little time at Game Jam 2019

Twenty students compete to make heist-themed gamesEmily Pawlowski | Echo Twenty-four hours is not a lot of time. But for 20 students, it is just enough to create a video game. Eight teams competed in the 2019 spring Game Jam. They had from April 4 – 6 to find out […]

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