Archives - 2016 News
Outgoing Taylor University President and First Lady Eugene and Marylou Habecker will serve as the featured speakers for Taylor University’s Commencement exercises this Saturday, May 21, at 10:00 a.m., in the Kesler Student Activities Center (KSAC).
Registration is open for Taylor University’s first Shakespeare Camp led by Taylor faculty and students for high school students (entering grades 9-12 this fall). Shakespeare: Page to Stage will take place on campus, June 12-18.
Rachel VanTries, a senior biology student from Indianapolis, has landed a two-year fellowship in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Postbaccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA) program.
The entire campus community is invited to spring concerts presented by Taylor University’s Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Combo, Chorale, Sounds, and Symphony Orchestra.
Three documentaries by Taylor University student filmmakers have been nominated for student production awards by the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences, Lower Great Lakes Chapter.
The dedication of Taylor University’s $20 million LaRita Boren Campus Center will be the featured event of this weekend’s Heritage Weekend. The ceremony will take place Saturday, at 3:00 p.m., in the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium.
Taylor University has planned a series of private and public events next week in observance of the 10-year anniversary of a highway accident that claimed the lives of five members of the Taylor community.
Three seniors from Taylor University's Department of Music will hold their senior recitals this weekend. The entire campus community is invited.
The Taylor Sounds Chamber Ensemble will present "All Over The World," in the Euler Science Complex atrium on Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. There is no charge for admission and the public is invited to this event.
Hundreds of high school youth and youth group leaders are expected at Taylor University’s annual Youth Conference, scheduled for April 22-24 on the Taylor campus. According to planners, the goal of Youth Conference is fostering spiritual growth among high school students and helping them in making their faith their own. This year’s theme is Rooted, based on the New Testament passage Colossians 2: 6-7.