Archives - 2013 News
Spring Spiritual Renewal Week at Taylor University began this morning with Pastor Chris Williamson of Franklin, Tenn. The theme for the week is Speak Life and services continue today and tomorrow at 7:30 p.m., and Friday at 10:00 a.m.
Twenty-eight Taylor University Honors Guild students learned about sustainability of natural resources in the Bahamas during the just-completed J-Term.
- Taylor University's School of Business is hosting the eighth annual Taylor University Business Plan Competition. The competition targets businesses and potential businesses operating within the Taylor University campus area of influence encompassing Grant, Blackford, Delaware, surrounding counties, and the entire state of Indiana.
Film and Media Production major Eric Nystrom ('12) and English department professor Daniel Bowman collaborated on a video illustrating one of Bowman's poems, and the video just won a Gold Aurora Award.
Dr. Frederick B. Shulze, professor emeritus of music, died this morning at the Kindred Transitional Care Center in Muncie, Ind. Shulze served as music professor and campus organist at Taylor University from 1970-2002. He was also well known as the organist at Muncie’s First Baptist Church – a position he held for 37 years.
Three Taylor University filmmakers are in the credits for four films at Utah’s Sundance Film Festival, widely regarded as one of the top five festivals in the world.
Taylor University's Art Department will host the 2013 Art Careers Symposium Monday, February 18, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Taylor University students and faculty are getting a sneak preview of the films that audiences may see at theatres during 2013. The team of ten students and two faculty members will be at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah from January 20-27. The students will earn three credits for a class in independent film as well as participate in the Windrider Forum, a faith & film discussion group that meets during the festival.
Cyril Eicher, a 1932 graduate of Fort Wayne Bible College and longtime faculty member at FWBC and Taylor's former Fort Wayne campus, died Friday at the age of 100.
Taylor University’s daylong observation of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday is set for Monday, January 21, and will feature guest speakers, music, dance and workshops. Classes are suspended during the day so students, faculty and staff may participate together in a day of common learning and fellowship.