Archives - 2015 News
Tuesday, April 28, 5:00, after class before dinner, catch the TAYLOR SOUNDS CASUAL SPRING CONCERT in EULER CENTER ATRIUM, with COFFEE BEAN SET UPS and FREE RANGE SEATING, COME-AND-GO STANDING ON ALL LEVELS, rich ACAPPELLA harmonies, iced SPICED CHAI TEAS, and exotic COFFEES… an experiment in science and sound.
Indiana’s second highest court will conduct an oral argument at Taylor University in Upland on Friday, April 24 at 1 p.m. The argument, which will last about one hour, will be in Room 215 Ayres Building.
The Marketplace is Thursday, April 23, at 7:00 p.m., in the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium with goods for sale from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. A panel discussion will begin in at 8:15 during which local vendors and business people will share their stories of community involvement.
Taylor University’s 2015 Heritage Weekend begins Friday, April 24 and continues Saturday, April 25 with events including Grandparents Day, Taylor’s annual men’s and women’s bike races Taylathon, music and the annual Service of Remembrance and Hope.
The Taylor University Theatre presents I Love a Piano, a celebration of the music and lyrics of Irving Berlin. I Love a Piano follows the journey of a piano as it moves in and out of American lives from the turn of the century to the present.
Taylor University’s student newspaper The Echo has been named the 2015 Indiana Collegiate Press Association Newspaper of the Year for Division III. This award is the latest in a series of honors earned by The Echo and its staff of student journalists.
Taylor University has received a $2.237 million grant from Fort Wayne, Indiana-based Foellinger Foundation, which it will use to host Summer Clubhouses for Fort Wayne schoolchildren for the next three years.
Taylor University faculty and student academic achievement will be on display as a special event, Celebrating Scholarship, takes place Thursday and Friday.
Forming Visions, a collection of 10 oil paintings by artist Brian Chu, are on display on the East Galleria wall of Taylor University’s Zondervan Library through the end of April 2015.
Eleven students from Taylor University's Departments of History and Political Science traveled to Butler University Friday, April 10, to participate in the Undergraduate Research Conference. Each student presented significant research and scholarship at the conference either individually or in a group.