Archives - 2014 News
Taylor University junior Brian Ballinger was chosen as this year’s winner of the Collegiate Division of the 25th Annual Marion Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO) Concerto|Aria Competition, held last month on the Taylor campus.
December Taylor University graduate Chandler Chapman has been selected for the Orr Entrepreneurial Fellowship program, an Indianapolis-based, selective program that seeks to develop Indiana’s next generation of entrepreneurs.
Twelve Taylor student mathematicians earned high finishes in the Michigan Autumn Take Home Challenge (MATH), a competition that attracts collegiate teams from Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Missouri, New York, Connecticut, California and Florida.
Taylor University’s award-winning film program has won a pair of Gold MarCom awards. The “2014 Envision Film Festival Open” and the documentary “Married to Magic” each received 2014 MarCom awards. Sponsored by the Association of Marketing & Communications Professionals (AMCP), the MarCom Awards program is an international competition for individuals or companies involved in the concept, writing and design of print, visual, audio and web materials and programs. An estimated 5,000 entries each year come from corporate marketing and communication departments, advertising agencies, PR firms, design shops, production companies and freelancers.
Professional writing majors, Ian Proano and Nichole Parks, recently coauthored the script for the live nativity scene at the 62nd annual Christ Child Festival in Fort Wayne, Ind. Scott Tsuleff, a WBCL radio announcer, narrated and recorded the script.
Sing Noel: Christmas Around the World will be presented by Taylor University Chorale & Taylor Sounds Chamber Ensemble in the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium Saturday, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m.
Public relations campaigns created by teams of Taylor students for Marion and Grant County organizations have been awarded Platinum and Gold MarCom Awards.
Paced by a winning performance by Taylor senior Haley Kurr, Taylor University had four winners in the Indiana NATS competition.
Taylor University’s Mitchell Theatre presents Molière’s classic comedy Tartuffe. This witty play follows a family and their struggle against a quick-witted con man.
Taylor University Jazz Ensemble presents "Friday Night Jazz" with three professional musicians from the Detroit area.