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(Graphic by Becca Eis) TSO chooses a mix of blockbusters and independent films for The Gaslight Film Series.

Gaslights and movie nights

TSO creates film seriesBy Laura Koenig | Echo Taylor students and community members enjoy cozy weekend movie nights with new releases. The Taylor Student Organization (TSO) created the Gaslight Film Series with movies ranging from blockbusters such as “Finding Dory” to acclaimed independent films such as “Midnight Special.” The series […]

by · October 28, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Love the Brotherhood

Love the Brotherhood

The floor, the myth, the legendBy LeighAnn Wolle | Echo There are many things that probably come to mind when hearing the word Broho. Most of those thoughts have to do with the crazy pranks and unique traditions of the floor. While Broho is a fun, rambunctious place, there is […]

by · October 28, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
(Photograph by Halie Owens) Sophomore Ruhama Johney tries to survive the fright.

Films scarier than a Monday

A film major’s list of movies that will keep you at the edge of your seatBy Patrick Linehan | Contributor Halloween’s on a Monday this year, and if the simple fact that the best holiday is on the worst day of the week doesn’t scare you, then maybe these movies […]

by · October 28, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Sidewalk Prophets spend over 200 days on the road a year, and one of those days will be tomorrow at Taylor University to share their new album “Something Different”. (Photograph provided by Shannon Hines)

Spotify: Dave Frey of Sidewalk Prophets

Enjoy lead singer Dave Frey’s top 10 favoritesBy Laura Koenig | Echo Excited about the Sidewalk Prophets concert? Lead singer Dave Frey shares his favorite songs, plus a fun bonus track on his Spotify playlist. Check out the rest of their playlists on Spotify at http://spoti.fi/2dN9Y4Z. 1. “Doubting Thomas” – […]

by · October 14, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Jumping into junior year

Jumping into junior year

El ed majors experience both sides of school with student-teachingBy Aubree DeVisser | Echo  Taylor students JuMP into the Junior Methods Practicum, a program for junior elementary education majors. JuMP gives these students an opportunity to teach in classrooms in surrounding areas every Tuesday and Thursday, gaining hands-on experience that […]

by · October 14, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Features
Sidewalk Prophets spend over 200 days on the road a year, and one of those days will be tomorrow at Taylor University to share their new album “Something Different”. (Photograph provided by Shannon Hines)

Calling the lost home

Sidewalk Prophets come to Taylor By Laura Koenig | Echo After Sidewalk Prophets’ recent changes within their band, they now jokingly call themselves Sidewalk Prophets 2.0. The band is coming to Taylor this Saturday evening for Homecoming and Family Weekend as a part of their Prodigal Tour. The changes within […]

by · October 14, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Last week, women enjoyed a night of admiring art in English Hall. (Photograph provided by unsplash.com

A night at the gallery

English Hall completed art showBy Grace Hooley | Echo Amid the low music and mood lighting, beautiful masterpieces are hidden in plain view. The sweet smell of roasted coffee floats into the room. About fifty women cautiously wonder around the English Hall lobby, whispering and admiring the talent of women […]

by · October 14, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Does language of “white guilt” hold us back in our conversations on race?(Graphic by Ian Proano)

Changing our words

Guilt gets us nowhereBy Matthew Storrer | Contributor The roots of animosity and resentment toward our fellow men often begin in a mistaken interpretation of their motives. Certainly, sinister motives do exist in abundance, but the romantic in me believes both the offender and the offended are, at heart, never […]

by · October 14, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
Does language of “white guilt” hold us back in our conversations on race?(Graphic by Ian Proano)

Whitewashed conversation

We cannot ignore the language of raceBy Emily O’Daniels | Contributor I have considered myself opposed to racism since childhood. I grew up with black friends, loved “Family Matters” and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” and read about the Underground Railroad and William Wilberforce for fun. However, last year, a black […]

by · October 14, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
America has created its candidates. Photo provided by Furfur at Wikimedia.org

The perfect candidates

Sinful cultures produce sinful candidatesBy Benjamin Thayer | Contributor I cannot help but smile when I think of what wonderful options we have in this year’s presidential race. In just a few weeks’ time I will have to choose, and it will be difficult. I would go so far as to […]

by · October 14, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials