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Bree researches each story for her column, heartbeat by heartbeat. (Photograph by Ruth Flores-Orellana)

Bree’s Beat

Eruption results in emergency evacuationBy Bree Bailey | Contributor The Indonesian island of Bali is a well known vacation getaway. However, this week, rather than maps for tourists, they are distributing masks for locals. Ash filled the air as Mt. Agung erupted on Saturday. Authorities issued the highest-level warning possible […]

by · December 1, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · News
Turning in health forms to Ayres happens as frequently as colds on campus. (Photograph by Naomi Page)

Dead before dead week

What to do when yet another plague attacks campusBy Hanna Smith | Contributor  “Nobody really warned about how quick sickness travels on campus,” junior Hailey Smith said. Cooler weather marks the beginning of flu season, and it can seem as if everyone has been falling sick. College campuses offer little […]

by · December 1, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
The Branch coffee shop warmly welcomes any who enter within open hours. (Photograph by Becca Eis)

The Branch: More than just coffee dates

The Branch, a local coffee shop in Fairmount, explores what it means to blend coffee with ministryBy Becca Eis | Echo When writing on his experience with coffee bars in Milan, Italy, Howard Schultz, former Starbucks CEO, said, “I was taken by the power that savoring a simple cup of […]

by · December 1, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Features
Sophomores Leah Metzger and Josie Luptak, junior Crysta Haynes, and senior Kaylise Taylor stand in front of the Upland Christmas tree that will be lit this Sunday in Depot Park.
(Photograph by Ellie Bookmyer)

25 years of Christmas

Upland’s annual Christmas tree lighting happens this weekendBy Chrysa Keenon | Echo On Dec. 3, Upland will host the 25th annual Christmas tree lighting. The lighting will take place in Depot Park, followed by a downtown open house which includes children’s crafts, snacks, music and an artisan fair. According to […]

by · December 1, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · News
Sing Noel comes to town

Sing Noel comes to town

Sing Noel and all that it has becomeBy Grace Hooley | Echo Voice. From the moment God breathed into man, we’ve each had a voice. What we choose to do with that voice is our decision. Taylor Chorale and Sounds have chosen to use their voices to bring praise this Christmas […]

by · December 1, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
‘Our theological starting point is God Himself’

‘Our theological starting point is God Himself’

Furthering the conversation on the purposes of chapelBy Kevin Diller | Faculty Contributor I want to thank Campus Pastor Jon Cavanagh and all the students who participated in the October chapel on chapel. I found it to be, as Rev. Cavanagh hoped, both inspirational and informative. I appreciated the moving […]

by · December 1, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
The communication department took home the platinum and gold standard in the MarCom Award competition.
(Photograph provided by Donna Downs)

Public professionals

Comm Dept. students win prestigious MarCom AwardsBy Lenna Klein | Contributor Among the 6,000 MarCom Award entries from 2016, four entries from Taylor University merited awards. Two entries won Platinum awards and two won Gold awards. MarCom Award winners came from Professor Donna Downs’ Public Relations cases & campaigns class. […]

by · December 1, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · News
So you’re interested . . .

So you’re interested . . .

‘All it takes is 10 seconds of courage’By Rae J. Kinsel | Contributor There seems to be an unspoken rule on Taylor’s campus that asking someone out automatically means committing to a lifelong relationship. I am writing to say that this is not truth. At times, there may be that […]

by · December 1, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials

Yes, chapel needs grounding, but keep it online

Letter-to-the-editorI wholeheartedly agreed with most of Professor Richard Smith’s article, which outlined a game plan to give theological grounding to our chapel program and education — except one thing. He suggested that chapel services should no longer be broadcast and stored online in order to focus “on the spiritual needs […]

by · December 1, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
The sign out front flaunts garlands and bows for the holiday season. (Photograph provided by Hostess House)

Party in Marion like it’s 1817

A Grant County event meets the Ghost of Christmas PastBy Hope Bolinger | Echo Not too often will the Ghost of Christmas Past and Christmas Present meet in the same place. On Dec. 8, for the third year in a row, the 105-year-old Hostess House will host Dining with Dickens. […]

by · December 1, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times