Chandler Birch '14 has always been a story junkie. Even when he was a toddler, his mom would hold books and movies hostage to coerce him into doing his chores. Now a published author of a fantasy novel that released in paperback and e-book on November 1, 2016, Chandler's identification as a story-addict still holds true.
Senior Kyle Windebank spent his summer in Upland, working, training for football, and ministering to young men through an intense, discipleship-focused ministry called ManTime.
Trayvon wanted more from life than a future of abuse and drug dealing. Then he found Jesus.
A team of exercise science students led by Dr. Matthew Renfrow, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, traveled to New Castle Correctional Facility this spring to collect data. They left ready to do more.
For Nolan Sponseller '18, serving the community isn't optional.
Taylor's Ethics Bowl team is interested in much more than winning.
Taylor students and faculty traveled to Rwanda (and Uganda) over J-term, as part of sociology and documentary filmmaking classes. There, they encounter challenging realities about forgiveness.
Shawn Lashbrook's journey to (and through) Taylor involved a broken back, the football team, and a willingness to learn an important lesson about identity.