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Taylor’s tradition of polar pop runs has become a business staple at the local gas station near campus (Photo by Hannah Bolds.)

The man behind the polar pop runs

How Balli Singh helps keep Taylor traditions aliveBy Annabelle Blair | Echo For four years, Balli Singh has been serving Taylor students and the Upland community through his business, the Marathon service station near campus (dubbed Handy Andy’s by Taylor students). A friend’s recommendation prompted him to buy the gas station […]

by · September 2, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · News
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The Taylor theatre team traveled to Peru, combining their acting talents with missions.

Conflict of disinterest

Taylor Theatre students help Peruvian high schoolers embrace emotions and handle conflictBy Hope Bolinger | Echo  “If you’re trying, (the students) will try back.” This statement from senior Megan McKechnie encapsulates the experience theatre students had in Reque, Peru. In 10 brief summer days, team members dealt with language barriers and […]

by · September 2, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Ryan Lochte gains Olympic medal and criticism (photo by Google photos)

What would Ryan Lochte do?

A man at night needs to be a man in the morningBy LeighAnn Wolle | Echo Ryan Lochte’s rise to fame was a long process. He was first recognized by those outside the swimming world in the 2004 Olympic Games, though his personality really captured the crowd’s attention at the 2012 […]

by · September 2, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
The Olympics in all its forms.

Some prices are not worth paying

Russian athletes competed in Rio—but should they have?By Wilson Alexander | Contributor One of the many iconic moments of the 2016 Summer Games was American swimmer Lilly King wagging her finger at Russian Yulia Efimova and then calling her out in the media for using performance-enhancing drugs. King would go […]

by · September 2, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
Let’s get to work

Let’s get to work

5 tips for getting a job at TaylorBy LeighAnn Wolle | Echo 1.  Fill out the paperwork early. According to Nancy Johnson, administrative assistant to the vice president for business administration, the first thing students should do when looking for a job is to go to the Payroll Office in […]

by · September 2, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
(Graphic by Ian Proano)

Texting a friend

How should we interact with LGBT individuals?By G. Connor Salter | Contributor About two years ago, I joined a social media group that gave out scholarships for taking part in simple campaigns—making birthday cards for kids in homeless shelters, giving unwanted clothes to charity; things like that. One particular group sent […]

by · September 2, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
Freshman Christina Kim embraces Taylor culture with arms wide open.

Colliding cultures

International education brings new insightBy Brianna Kudisch | Echo Traveling to college sometimes means a long drive or even a flight for incoming students. However, for freshman music education major Christina Kim, it meant a two-day journey involving a ferry ride, two flights and more time in the car than […]

by · August 26, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Features
Films win big over summer

Films win big over summer

Taylor’s film department takes home multiple awards this summerBy Laura Koenig | Echo Summer-drained students usually leave the past school year behind, preparing a clean slate for the next few months. But for a group of Taylor film students, this summer brought awards and recognition for their hard work during […]

by · August 26, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
More than an IOTA

More than an IOTA

Metcalf’s first art exhibit of the yearBy Grace Hooley | Echo  As anxious students begin this year’s journey into Taylor’s community, curious eyes turn to the Metcalf Gallery. Among the boxes, clothing, decorations and greetings, Metcalf kicked off the semester with a Linnea Spransy art exhibit. From August 24 to […]

by · August 26, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
DA and PA: more than acronyms

DA and PA: more than acronyms

New and returning DAs and PAs share their thoughts on residence life leadershipBy Katherine Yeager | Echo As returning students move back on campus, they greet their DAs and PAs with smiles and summer stories. Incoming freshman and transfer students, still learning campus acronyms, hear “district attorney” and “public address” and […]

by · August 26, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · News