Archives - 2013 News
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.
The Taylor University Jazz Ensemble has been invited to Cuenca, Ecuador by Verbo Iglesia Cristiana to work alongside them in ministry during Taylor's spring break.
The 52 member Taylor University Chorale, under the direction of Dr. JoAnn Rediger, will be performing in nine different venues during their spring tour, March 22 - April 1.
Taylor Ethics Bowl Team Advances to National Championship Round; Second Place Finish is Highest EverPublished: March 01, 2013
The Taylor University Ethics Bowl team advanced all the way to the national championship match in San Antonio, Texas, before losing a narrow decision to instate rival DePauw. The team's second-place finish is its highest ever.
The Department of English at Taylor University will host its biennial Making Literature Conference Thursday, Feb 28 – Saturday, March 1, 2013. This year’s conference will feature novelist Bret Lott, scholar Hal Bush, and poet Susanna Childress, along with presentations by magazine and book editors, and students from Taylor and eleven other colleges and universities.
At our February Board of Trustees meeting, the University Cabinet presented a proposal to our Taylor University Board to adjust the parameters of the University Expectations section of our Life Together Covenant (LTC) to allow an additional number of sanctioned dances on the Taylor University campus solely for our community. Based on that recommendation, and following discussion and prayer, the Board endorsed our recommendation, even as they improved it. Because you share this journey with us and in a variety of ways co-labor with us in God’s work here at Taylor, I want to share what this change actually involves.
Taylor University will host the 26th semi-annual National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC) on campus with events beginning Thursday.
Four films that will screen at the Envision Film Festival have won Gold Aurora Awards.