A chamber concert featuring the Adoration Women's Chorus and cello duets will start the month of December on the Taylor campus.
Award-winning tenor and Taylor alumnus Steve Amerson will be among the featured performers as Taylor University and the Marion Philharmonic Orchestra present Sing Noel, Saturday, December 3, at 7:30 p.m., in the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium on the Taylor campus.
Taylor University Associate Professor of English Dr. Mary N. Muchiri and her husband, Dr. Humphrey W. Muciiri, will host two book signings to promote her newest book You Have Been Chosen: The Identity of an Adopted Child.
Taylor University Athletics Director, Kyle Gould, announced on Tuesday that Head Women's Basketball Coach Kelly Packard had requested an immediate leave of absence from her coaching duties with the Taylor women’s basketball program.
The Taylor University Ethics Bowl team, the National Champion from 2015 and winner of 27 of its last 28 matches, is returning to the National Ethics Bowl Tournament. It marks the seventh straight year an Ethics Bowl team from Taylor has qualified for nationals.
A partnership between Taylor University’s Art Department and Taylor World Outreach will raise funds for the Shepherd Community Center in Indianapolis
Taylor University's Department of Music, Theatre and Dance will host two concerts and a guest artist recital next week. The concerts will feature the Taylor University Taylor University Wind Ensemble, as well as the Taylor Jazz Ensemble and Combo. The guest artist's recital will feature soprano Elizabeth Truitt, mezzo-soprano Kathleen Maurer, and and pianist Hyery Hwang., and a guest artist's recital.
Taylor University will serve as a satellite campus for the nationwide America’s Best Hope Leadership Conference, sponsored by Truth At Work, November 11, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., at the Cornwall Auditorium in the LaRita Boren Campus Center on the Taylor campus.
Taylor Theatre will present Rodgers and Hammerstein's Tony and Pulitzer prize-winning musical Oklahoma! November 11-13 and 18-20, in the Mitchell Theatre on the Taylor University campus.
Six vocalists from Taylor University – five students and a faculty member – won their respective divisions at last weekend’s Student Adjudications, sponsored by the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS). The event was held in Fort Wayne, Ind., and featured students and faculty from colleges and universities throughout the State of Indiana.