Archives - 2017 News
Taylor University is among the nation’s top 25 schools who offer some formal study of the Bible – this according to a newly-released rating by TheBestSchools.org, an online collegiate rating organization.
Taylor University has received high national and regional rankings from the newest Open Doors report – a survey associated with the U.S. Department of State that measures study abroad and service learning trips from colleges and universities in the United States to international destinations.
The Taylor University Ethics Bowl team, the 2015 National Champion and winner of 33 of its last 36 matches, is returning to the National Ethics Bowl Tournament. It marks the eighth straight year the Taylor Ethics Bowl team has qualified for nationals.
Singer/songwriter and Taylor alumnus Andrew Belle will perform in the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium at 9:00 pm, Friday, Nov. 17. The concert marks a return to the Taylor campus for Belle, who graduated from Taylor in 2006.
The Taylor University Jazz Ensemble will present A Tribute to the Beatles, an evening of Beatles music arranged for big band, on Tuesday, November 14, at 7:30 pm. in the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium.
Three students from Taylor University are in New York City this semester where they are taking part in a unique program that allows them to learn from some of journalism's best-known practitioners and work in professional settings. The students - Cassidy Grom, Annabelle Blair and Danielle Barnes - are all journalism majors and are part of a 15-member cohort that makes up this fall’s NYC Semester in Journalism (NYCJ). The overall group comes from 11 different universities. They arrived in August.
Communications professionals from the Taylor alumni ranks and beyond shared their work experiences and campus memories with current Taylor communications students during the recent "Pursuing Excellence: Expectations for Self" professional seminar, which was sponsored by Taylor’s Communications Department.
Empty Bowls, an annual soup cook-off by members of the Taylor community, will be held Wednesday, November 15, in the Alspaugh East and West Rooms at the Hodson Dining Commons from 5:30-7:30 pm. Chili and soup recipes from members of the Taylor community are served in bowls created by Taylor art students. The event allows students, staff and community to gather and purchase the options of handmade ceramic bowls filled with soup, just soup or just the bowl.
A unique academic colloquium studying themes of faith, community and discipleship – all within the academic setting – was held in connection with the inauguration of Taylor President Paul Lowell Haines, EdD, JD. No Higher Standard Than to be in Right Relationship with God, One Another, and the Natural World was the theme of the October 20 colloquium.
Taylor University will host its annual Etiquette Dinner - an event that gives students the opportunity to fine tune their table manners and social skills for the professional world after graduation.