Archives - 2017 News
Pastor Bing Nieh of Holy Trinity Church in Chicago, Ill., is the Fall 2017 Simeon Series speaker at Taylor University. Two of the sessions will take place during the chapel hour at 10:00 am in the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium on Wednesday, November 8, and Friday, November 10. An evening session in the Butz-Carruth Recital Hall will take place at 7:00 pm, Thursday, November 9.
Taylor Theatre presents Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac, translated by Anthony Burgess, on November 10-11 and 17-18 at 7:30 pm, and November 12 and 19 at 2:00 pm, in Taylor University’s Mitchell Theatre. Purchase tickets through Taylor University Theatre’s website, Facebook and Twitter pages, or contact the box office at 765-998-5289 or email@example.com.
Longtime Taylor University advancement administrator Sherri Harter has been named Chief of Staff by President Paul Lowell Haines.
Taylor University music student Clara Loisch received Honorable Mention in the state round of the Young Artist Performance Woodwind category of the 2017 Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) competition held at Ball State University.
Taylor University has been recognized for upkeep and presentation of campus grounds by the Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS). The group presented Taylor with an Honor Award in the Society's 2017 Green Star Awards® competition. The award was given in the University and College Grounds (Large) category for exceptional grounds maintenance.
Taylor University and the Upland United Methodist Church have announced an agreement regarding the future of the existing historic Upland United Methodist Church building and property at 123 E. Washington St. once the congregation completes its move to the former Pierce factory on Upland’s northwest side.
The presidential inauguration of Paul Lowell Haines, EdD, JD, was filled with music and historic symbols, attended by delegates from the nation’s most recognized halls of learning, and punctuated by Haines’ inaugural address, No Higher Standard.
While the general public connects the concept of genetic mutations with superheroes, two Taylor graduates dive into the “genetic blueprint” to become the real heroes, by searching for treatments to genetic diseases.
The Taylor University Wind Ensemble will present Music of the Spheres on Wednesday, November 1, 2017, at 7:30 pm in Rediger Chapel Auditorium located in the LaRita Boren Campus Center. The one-hour concert is free, and the community is invited to attend.
Paul Lowell Haines, EdD, JD, was installed as Taylor University’s 31st President during inauguration ceremonies on October 20, in the Kesler Student Activities Center. The installation was one of numerous planned events surrounding Haines’ inauguration that included concerts, an academic colloquium, and several private, invitation-only events.