Archives - 2014 News
Taylor University art exhibit, "A Gap in the Screen: Tracking the Trickster through Myth and Art", explores mischief and myth in art-making.
Taylor University Ethics Bowl team places second in regional championship and qualifies for the National Ethics Bowl Competition.
Taylor Opera Theatre presents a production featuring well-loved stage music, including pieces from South Pacific, West Side Story, and Spamalot.
Taylor University's campus garden run by the Earth and Environmental Science program provided opportunities for Taylor student to grow professionally and relationally.
Taylor University senior economics major, Levi Boxell, wins the International Atlantic Economic Society's Best Undergraduate Paper Competition.
Faculty and students attended a conference in honor of the 80th birthday of Richard Swinburne; one of Christianity’s most notable philosophers and apologists from the past 50 years.
Storyteller, author, and speaker Josh Riebock will be speak at Taylor University at 8:15 p.m., Tuesday, October 28, in the Euler Atrium. His topic is: Being Human.
Four sections of freshmen ENG 101 students were the beneficiaries last week as Taylor University’s Department of English hosted a web conference with internationally known scholar and author Dr. Charles Bazerman.
Taylor University officials have announced that $16.3 million has been raised for the LaRita R. Boren Campus Center – a $20 million facility that will be constructed around Rediger Chapel/Auditorium, and that groundbreaking could occur in the spring.
Taylor University is pleased to host the Marion Philharmonic Orchestra for their next concert, “Variations on a Dream,” featuring Taylor voice faculty member Dr. Conor Angell and the TU Chorale performing Five Mystical Songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams.