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Justin Chapman: the past, present and future of the Friday shirt.
Photo credits: Photograph provided by Alan Briggs	Photograph by Mindy Wildman

Hey, Chapman!

The Friday shirt has its heirBy Eric Andrews | Echo The Taylor community will hear the echoing “It’s Friday” yell from freshman Justin Chapman after chapel each Friday for the next three years. With senior Robbie Brandkamp set to graduate in two weeks, the famed orange and purple shirt with the […]

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Presidential candidates Marine Le Pen, left, and Emmanuel Macron will represent opposing parties in Sunday’s election (photo provided by Claude Truong-Ngoc).

French election nears completion

Candidates clash on global issues and membership status in the European UnionBy Wilson Alexander | Contributor The events of the last twelve months (Brexit, the election of Donald Trump and the escalating tensions in North Korea, to name a few) have brought uncertainty to the global political landscape, unknown since […]

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(L to R) Sophomore Michael Granata, senior Andrew Paul Davis, senior Cam Glass, junior Matt Nguyen and senior Matt Anderson work on “The Fall of ’69”.  (Photograph provided by Elyse Horb)

Narratives behind the films

Seniors work to finish their narrative film projects before screeningBy Kelsea Denney | Contributor What has been the most enjoyable part of this project so far? What has been the hardest? Lincoln Reed: The most enjoyable part of this project has been working with talented people who are passionate about telling […]

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Photograph by Mindy Wildman

Goodbye, Taylor

Ramblings on my years as an undergraduateBy Luke A. Wildman | Opinions Editor Isn’t this a crazy time of year? Yikes. Flowers bloom along sidewalks, daily thunderstorms scour our campus, due dates loom over us . . . and I’m about to graduate. Wait. How did I even get here? […]

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Photograph by Natalie Nohr

Starving artists

Missing a strokeBy Natalie Nohr | Contributor Art is hard to find in churches, and many do not notice its absence. Picture a contemporary church: the sanctuary—or auditorium—the seats, a projector or two, the stage, maybe a fog machine, the steel-lined windows, the taupe walls, the glass doors, the warehouse-style ceiling. […]

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Mike, Leeann and Hope Severe are pictured at Mt. Haleakala National Park in May, 2008, one year after Hope's adoption (photo provided by Mike Severe).

Finding Hope

A Taylor professor’s approach to fostering vulnerable childrenBy Ellen Hershberger | Contributor A teenage girl waits for the results of a pregnancy test. Time stops as a little green plus sign appears on the stick. What now? She tells her parents, her friends, her boyfriend. They end the relationship but […]

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The “Rabbit Hole” cast won 10 awards at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival last March. (Photograph provided by Tracy Manning)

Remembering “Rabbit Hole”

Taylor Theatre wins national awardsBy Grace Hooley | Echo We all hope that someone notices our work. From artist to computer designer, we all long to hear “well done” from someone—anyone. Last year, Taylor Theatre submitted their production of David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Rabbit Hole” into the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival […]

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Senior Paul Jacobson shares his recommendations  in Paul's Picks. (Provided by Paul Jacobson)

Paul’s Picks

Album Review: “Slowdive”—Slowdive By Paul Jacobson | Contributor  Slowdive’s original run in the early 1990s followed the typical indie rock narrative: a promising debut album (1991’s “Just for a Day”), a following genre-defining classic (1993’s “Souvlaki”) and a polarizing and career-ending third album (they were dropped by their label shortly […]

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Trash Talk

Trash Talk

People pick up all our waste and sort through all our recycling at TaylorBy Becca Robb | Echo

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