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Seniors Grace Hooley and Drew Shriner, junior 
Alyssa Roat and seniors Chrysa Keenon and Gabby Carlson received awards from the Indiana Collegiate Press Association.

Echo staff receive awards

Writers recognized by press associationBy Gabby Carlson Our weekly newspaper is being recognized outside of the Taylor bubble. The Echo staff won six awards at the Indiana College Press Association (ICPA) convention on Saturday, March 30, 2019. “All of The Echo student journalists do the university proud by the way […]

by · April 5, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News
Photo by Natalie Baker

An art show uncovered

Graphic Arts seniors present their spring exhibitEmily Pawlowski | Echo “It is always a challenge to come up with one unified show that displays ten to fifteen different students’ artwork,” said Ryan James, assistant professor of art. But 11 seniors overcame that challenge with their new exhibit: “Uncovered.” Approximately 500 […]

by · April 5, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Juniors Anders Soderquist and Tali Valentine are next year’s student body president and vice president. Photo by Jerusha Lindsay.

Student election results are in

New student president announcedHolly Gaskill & Rayce Patterson | The Echo Our new student body president and vice president have been announced. Juniors Anders Soderquist and Tali Valentine will be student body president and vice president respectively for the 2019-2020 school year. In second place are juniors Kylie Gerber and […]

by · April 5, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News
Taylor personnel assistants impact students through engaging in real relationships.

PAs foster authenticity in the dorms at Taylor

How Taylor PAs affect this campusGrace Hooley | Echo Personnel Assistants (PAs) are pieces of Taylor’s community that impact wings and floors in different ways. Director of Residence Life Scott Barrett considers RAs and PAs the same thing, but he explained that back in the 1970s, someone wrote an influential […]

by · April 5, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Features
Drew Shriner poses with his Crocs.

Croc thoughts

Climbing toward ChristBy Drew Shriner | Echo The award-winning documentary “Free Solo” follows climber Alex Honnold as he attempts a ground-breaking feat: free soloing (climbing without a rope) El Capitan, commonly known as El Cap, a 3,000 foot, sheer granite face in Yosemite National Park. Honnold’s single-minded focus on this […]

by · April 5, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
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New book club sparks interest

Young adult book club has first meeting of the yearEmily Pawlowski | Echo Six people sat in a circle, brought together by one thing: books. The young adult book club met for the first time this year on Wednesday, March 27. They discussed “Hey Kiddo,” an autobiographical graphic novel by […]

by · March 29, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Students run for president and vice president

Students run for president and vice president

Taylor holds student electionsBy Holly Gaskill & Rayce Patterson | Echo News Co-Editors Election week is in full swing. Starting on Wednesday and continuing until April 3, candidates are marketing, meeting with students and discussing their potential plans for the student body. Candidates for student body president and vice president are […]

by · March 29, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News
Junior Cassidy Drabek and sophomore Hannah Thalmayer participate in civil discussion.

People populate politics

Seek to find human beings in discussionJakob Miller | Contributor One in six Americans has stopped talking to a friend or family member because of disagreements over politics. That scares me. The next election is almost upon us (campaign ads are already running!) and political rhetoric has barely cooled since […]

by · March 29, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
Sophomores Danielle Parker, Victoria Hilse, and Natalie Hummer pray together for our Muslim brothers and sisters.

Muslim community needs love

Christians should act with compassionCarissa Zaffiro | Contributor I won’t soon forget where I was sitting when I first heard about the deadliest attack in modern New Zealand’s history. 49 human beings were killed with a semi-automatic weapon by a self-proclaimed white supremacist who carried a video camera to record […]

by · March 29, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
Scott Moeschberger will be spending the fall semester at Notre Dame as visiting fellow.

Taylor professor receives Notre Dame fellowship

Moeschberger will be a visiting fellowBy Ellie Tiemens | Echo Scott Moeschberger, professor of psychology and director of the Orphans and Vulnerable Children program (OVC), recently received a fellowship with the University of Notre Dame. For the Fall 2019 semester, Moeschberger will be living near Notre Dame as a visiting fellow […]

by · March 29, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · News