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Taylor University Survival Guide

Taylor University Survival Guide

How to survive fall breakBy Alyssa Roat | Echo Fall break approaches. Two extra days of freedom. What are you going to do with them? Sure, you can be boring and do homework. Or visit your family. Or — horror of horrors — stay on campus. But everyone knows you’re not […]

by · October 5, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Mel Hall graduated from Taylor in 1975. This is his first foray into politics.

Taylor alumni compete for Congress

Indiana’s Second District sees familiar facesBy Ethan Rice | Contributor This November, Rep. Jackie Walorski will face off with Mel Hall for a seat in the House of Representatives. They share one striking trait in common. Both are Taylor graduates. The two candidates will face off in Indiana’s Second Congressional […]

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Payne’s Restaurant’s food truck will be feeding the crowds at the Discover Downtown Marion event this Friday!

Discovering downtown Marion

Spend your night getting to know Marion, IndianaBy Lily Smith | Contributor Are you looking for a Friday night of fun? Discover Downtown Marion is your solution. On Friday, Oct. 12, grab some of your closest pals, hop in a car and head to downtown Marion. The Discover Downtown Marion […]

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The Office of Intercultural Programs handles international and ESL students.

International student recruitment shifts

ESL responds to recruitment changesBy Abigail Roberts | Echo This year, Taylor welcomed 26 international students from 18 nations, two Korean exchange students and zero new English as a Second Language (ESL) students. Developed in 2009, Taylor’s 4-year ESL program has had an average of eight students a year primarily […]

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Jon Cavanagh prepares to introduce the chapel theme Consider. (Photo by Ellie Bookmyer)

Chapel is considering the value of process

Chapel has a new theme for the year: ConsiderGrace Hooley | Echo Last Spring, after much thought, conversation and prayer, Jon Cavanagh decided on the Chapel theme for this year: Consider. Cavanagh sees the word “consider” as a process of remembering. Pausing. Thinking. Reflecting. Remembering. This is the process we […]

by · October 5, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Features
Generation of jams

Generation of jams

Auditions for MyGen are right around the cornerBy Leah Ryg | Contributor Have you ever been sitting in your car jamming to some old Taylor Swift, wishing you could share your talent with the world? Well lucky for you, MyGen is right around the corner. MyGen is a production where […]

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The Chef's Table crew gets ready for another interactive event. (Photo by Ellie Bookmyer)

Chef’s Table is creating interactive spaces

The Chef’s Table teaches students about foodChrishauna Curry | Echo We all gather to eat together, but what does it mean to gather at the Chef’s table? The Chef’s Table is a Creative Dining event on campus where the staff interacts with students while also creating a learning atmosphere for them. […]

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Graphic by Liam Brettenny

Are video games are a waste of time or not?

Looking at video games as an art formBy Carson Jacobs | Contributor “You have five more minutes before I make you get off the Nintendo!” Almost any person who has invested time in the wonderful hobby of video games has heard this statement coming from their mother at one point or […]

by · October 5, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
The LTC prohibits the consumption of alcoholic beverages.

Our View: Teetotaling Taylor

What the LTC says about alcoholBy 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. On May 11, 2018, The Echo printed […]

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A gospel quartet comes to pay back roots. (Photograph from triumphantquartet.com)

A Triumphant band to visit Epworth UMC in Matthews

Gospel quartet will fill stage with sound and missionBy Chrysa Keenon | Echo It is not often that a quartet that has made the Top 40 as well as having six number 1 songs hit the charts comes to Matthews, Indiana. But for the Triumphant Quartet, it’s all about paying back […]

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