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Dr. Edwin W. Brown, the physician and college professor whose love of C.S. ...

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This spring, a new class offering allowed 14 Taylor University students to ...

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The Taylor University Art Department will host an Art Camp June 8-12 in the...

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Longtime Taylor University friend and Board of Trustees Emeritus member Pau...

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The 2015-2016 academic year will be Dr. Eugene B. Habecker's last as President of Taylor University. Learn more and stay updated about the presidential transition.

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Taylor Seal

The 2015-2016 academic year will be Dr. Eugene B. Habecker's last as President of Taylor University. Learn more and stay updated about the presidential transition.

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Taylor University President Eugene B. Habecker, J.D. Ph.D., has announced that the upcoming 2015-16 academic year will be his final year as Taylor&rsq...

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Taylor University President Eugene B. Habecker, J.D. Ph.D., has announced that the upcoming 2015-16 academic year will be his final year as Taylor&rsq...

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The Taylor University water tower stands at the northwest corner of campus.

The Taylor University water tower stands at the northwest corner of campus.

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The Memorial Prayer Chapel stands in memory of five members of Taylor's community who lost their lives in a van accident in 2006.

The Memorial Prayer Chapel stands in memory of five members of Taylor's community who lost their lives in a van accident in 2006.

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At Candles and Carols chapel, the last chapel before Christmas Break, Taylor's community reflects on the Light of the world.

At Candles and Carols chapel, the last chapel before Christmas Break, Taylor's community reflects on the Light of the world.

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Silent Night isn't silent for long —just until Taylor's 10th point, when students erupt with excitement.

Silent Night isn't silent for long —just until Taylor's 10th point, when students erupt with excitement.

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