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The Echo, Taylor University’s student newspaper, has been designated as a first place award winner in the in the American Scholastic Press Association’s Annual Review and Contest Awards for scholastic newspapers and other publications.
Longtime Upland businessman, restaurant owner and Taylor friend Ivan L. Slain died Sunday at the age of 79. In 1965 Slain and his wife Carol purchased the former Wiley’s Drive-In on Upland’s main street, giving birth to Ivanhoe’s.
Taylor University's annual Service of Remembrance and Hope is scheduled today at 5:00 p.m.
The Taylor University Art Department will host its annual Summer Fine Art Camp June 11-15. The camp is designed to introduce local students, grades K-12, to the visual arts.
Members of the Taylor University community are remembering former Watergate figure and born again Christian Charles (Chuck) Colson following Colson's death today at the age of 80.
Men's and women's cycling teams comprised of Taylor University students will compete in the annual Taylathon bicycle race, Saturday, April 28, at 11:00 a.m.
Taylor University’s annual Social Justice Week begins Sunday with a lineup of speakers and events that are designed to draw members of the Taylor community into action. Organizers of the event have chosen the theme Ubuntu – an African word that describes relationships, restoration, solidarity and cooperation.
The Taylor University Multi-Ethnic Student Association (MESA) will present Mosaic Night this Thursday, April 19, in the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium on the Taylor campus.
Popular Christian band Sidewalk Prophets will perform during the 2012 Taylor University Youth Conference, scheduled for the weekend of April 20-22. Also performing will be artist Josh Wilson. The concert, scheduled for 10:00 p.m., Saturday, in the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium, is open to the public. Tickets will be on sale at the door.
Tonight's memorial service for Taylor student Josh Larkin will be webcast live.