Noted author and Civil Rights leader John M. Perkins is the featured speaker for Taylor University Commencement exercises on May 23, 2015. Commencement will begin at 10:00 a.m., and be held in the Kesler Student Activities Center on the Taylor campus.
Taylor University officials will break ground for the $20 million, 49,000 sq. ft. LaRita R. Boren Campus Center at 4:00 p.m., April 9, in front of the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium.
The Taylor University Wind Ensemble will present a concert and dramatic presentation titled “Golden Sounds of the American West” Wednesday, April 15, at 7:30 p.m., in the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium. The public is invited; admission is free.
The Taylor University Department of Political Science and International Relations will host political scientist, policy researcher and speaker Dr. Brian Calfano for a two-session series Monday studying belief, political and Christian identities in the context of current events.
A team of Taylor University senior mathematicians finished first in the 50th annual Indiana Collegiate Mathematics Competition (ICMC), held March 13. The competition was connected with the Indiana Mathematical Association of America (INMAA) Spring Section Meeting, which took place at Taylor last weekend.
The Taylor University Art Department will hold its 2015 Career Symposium Thursday, March 19 as illustrator Mandie Anderson, visual artist Dayton Castleman, and photographer Matt Herrmann share their experiences as working artists.
Taylor University will host an investigative journalism conference Saturday, March 21, beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Taylor University senior trombonist Joel Helms was recognized as one of the outstanding solo jazz performers at the recent Elmhurst College Jazz Festival in Elmhurst, Ill.
Taylor University senior Haley Kurr was a winner in the Senior Women category in the 2015 Great Lake Region NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) Student Adjudications, held at Anderson University on March 7.
Taylor University’s Political Science Department invites all students and faculty to a seminar luncheon with Judge Mark Spitzer in the Hodson Dining Commons.