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For the 22nd year in a row Taylor University has been ranked in the Top 3 best regional colleges in the midwest.

Taylor wins #1 Regional College

Taylor recognized for quality and excellenceBy Taylor Budzikowski | Echo Taylor University has held on to its title of Best Regional College for 11 of the past 12 years. In addition, Taylor has been among the top three schools for 22 consecutive years. The ranking is based upon first-year student retention, […]

by · September 21, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · News
Caramel apples can be sticky and messy to eat.

The dorm effecient recipe book

Fall snacks to curb your cravingsBy Kassidy Weemhoff and Lauren Rink | Life & Times Co-Editors When Taylor gets a taste of fall, it’s all over. Pumpkin spice everything takes over our social media feeds, little pumpkins adorned with gold calligraphy start showing up as decorations and we all begin […]

by · September 21, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Junior Sarah Brennan writes “Taylor University Spring 2018” on Peace Wall in Belfast.

Professor from Northern Ireland visits campus

New course added to Irish Studies ProgramRayce Patterson | Echo Barbara McDade visited Taylor University on Thursday, Sept. 6 to talk to students about peacebuilding and reconciliation in Northern Ireland. McDade, senior lecturer of Educational Studies at Stranmillis University College in Belfast, is the professor for the Irish Studies Program’s […]

by · September 21, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · News
Pastor Andre Mitchell spoke in chapel on Wednesday as a part of Local Church Week.

Our View: Church and chapel matter

Church and chapel both have vital rolesBy The Echo Editorial Board The Echo Editorial Board consists of Co-Editor in Chief Chrysa Keenon, Co-Editor in Chief Gabby Carlson, Opinions Editor Drew Shriner, Features Editor Grace Hooley, News Co-Editor Rayce Patterson and News Co-Editor Holly Gaskill. There are few things more intimidating […]

by · September 21, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
New communication professor, Dr. Timothy Berkey, shares his story of determination and devastation in this week’s Professor Profile.

Professor Profiles

Meet new communication professor Timothy BerkeyBy Victoria Lawson | Echo There it was. After sitting abandoned in a Texas barn for 20 years, $250 later, it was his. The black 1969 Volkswagen Beetle would need a lot of tender love and care, but Instructor of Communications Timothy Berkey knew he […]

by · September 21, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times, Uncategorized
Juniors Aiden Bailey, Dan Burson, and Drew LeFever bond over a sporting event.

Fandom impacts Taylor’s community

Sports can build relationships or prevent them from growingBy Drew Shriner | Echo It’s fall. Classes are getting in full swing, students are developing friendships and, coincidentally, professional football, basketball, soccer and hockey all begin their seasons. Within dorms, more and more time is devoted to watching gifted athletes compete. […]

by · September 21, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
Each week requires planning, thought and teamwork from the two editors.

Say hello to your 2018-19 co-editors (in chief)

Introducing you to the Echo familyVictoria Lawson | Echo Pronounced like the popular crustacean, “Chrabby” is the quirky hybrid of seniors Chrysa Keenon and Gabby Carlson’s first names as co-editors in chief of The Echo. The duo has high hopes for the coming year and is excited for what’s in […]

by · September 14, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Steve Norman is ready to listen at ArtPrize this October.

Alumni takes risks with ‘The Preachers’

Steve Norman enters piece into ArtPrize Grace Hooley | Echo Each of us takes a risk in life, but ’95 graduate and pastor, Steve Norman, is taking a risk through his ArtPrize entry “The Preachers” starting Sept. 19 and finishing Oct. 7 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Norman’s interactive piece includes […]

by · September 14, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Features
“I love sharing stories because it gives me the chance to relive an experience as well as give the other person a window into my life.”
––Allison White

Humans of TU

When outsiders are pulled into the familyBy Carly Wheeler | Contributor “I was outside crying just because it was really hard and I kept messing up and I couldn’t communicate with people,” junior Allison White said. “And my host dad came out and was trying to comfort me. He told […]

by · September 14, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Senior midfielder Jeremiah Rider protects the ball during a matchup last season.

Different team shoots for same goal

Despite graduates, Ross sees high potential for men’s soccerBy Clay Sidenbender | Echo All eyes will be on the men’s soccer team this season as they take the field as a much younger and almost unrecognizable team. The Trojans graduated nine seniors this past season including offensive stars Wes Shupe, […]

by · September 14, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Men's Soccer, Soccer, Sports