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Students from Taylor University’s Community Outreach will hold the annual Community Picnic tomorrow, April 13, from 5:30-7:00 p.m., at the Eastbrook South Elementary School in Upland.
The Summer Fine Art Camp is designed to introduce children and young adults to the visual arts through hands on activities including drawing, painting, and mixed media. Students will learn new skills and express their creativity in a fun learning environment.
Hebrew scholar Dr. John Walton will address issues facing faith and science during a speaking engagement at Taylor University beginning Monday, April 8, and continuing through Tuesday, April 9.
That’s what ’09 grad Justin Smith says his time in New Zealand and Alaska made him do, when he spent his days walking on treacherous glaciers and his nights with people who did not share his beliefs or lifestyle.
Approximately 100 Taylor University students will spend the coming week in several locations throughout the United States and also in international destinations performing ministry, work-study and evangelistic services as part of the annual Spring Break.
The Red Bus Tour, a British double-decker bus and rolling thrift store designed to call attention to the plight of the world’s orphaned children, will visit Taylor University tomorrow (Wednesday, March 20) at 8:30 a.m., and stay for most of the day.
Dr. Frances White Ewbank, Professor Emeritus of English at Taylor University, has died following a long illness.
One-hundred-ten Taylor students spent the month of January in places that include the Czech Republic, Bahamas, Peru, Nepal and Southeast Asia as part of Taylor’s venerable Lighthouse program.
An annual series examining human sexuality begins today at Taylor University. The event, Sex and the Cornfields, is designed to examine human sexuality from a Biblical perspective.
Research on hummingbird migration patterns performed by Taylor University alumnus and Assistant Professor of Earth and Environmental Science Jason Courter has received national publicity by the Associated Press.