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Highlights Of Taylor Etiquette: 2022 Edition, Taylor University Oct 2022

Highlights Of Taylor Etiquette: 2022 Edition, Taylor University

Heritage Books and Booklets

Students in Dr. Aaron Housholder's ENG110 class collaborated with Special Collections & University Archives to produce an updated etiquette guide. The original etiquette guide was booklet produced circa 1930 detailing the expectations of Taylor University students. Sections in the booklet included:

  • As Regarding the Dining Hall
  • As Regarding the Campus
  • As Regarding Chapel

Students in the ENG110 (College Composition) course spent time reviewing the original etiquette booklet, identified guidelines that should be carried forward into 2022, and then worked together to generate several new "guidelines" they felt were relevant to today's Taylor culture.


The Echo: May 16, 2022, Taylor University May 2022

The Echo: May 16, 2022, Taylor University

2021-2022 (Volume 109)

Taylor University prepares for 2022 commencement — Four years include unique journey — The Echo receives national, state press awards — Spring awards announced — Class of ’22 — 2022 Taylor University student awards — Commencement: Before crossing the stage — Faded tradition revisited by Taylor alumnus — How to spend your summer well — Lindsay reflects on first year — Lesson from a life lived in Olson — Hope Oak strikes note with Taylor community — Your Spotify Cue — The perfect return of ‘Better Call Saul’ — Lichacz’s lifelong love of music — Echo co-editors reflect on the …


The Echo: May 9, 2022, Taylor University May 2022

The Echo: May 9, 2022, Taylor University

2021-2022 (Volume 109)

Taylor hosts second-annual ‘I love TU’ week — Anniversary time capsule involves community — Clubs spotlight talent, expression — New gas station fills vacant spot — Taylor University awards student achievement — Halbrook Distinguished Chair retires — Brandon Smith balances film and football — School spirit every day of the week — Christians need to talk about Title IX — TCKs redefine the idea of ‘home’ — Taylor art and creative writing collaboration — Local communities offers new fine arts opportunities — Cellar Doors — Seniors remember their time at Taylor — Scared of the unknown — What’s on your …


The Echo: May 2, 2022, Taylor University May 2022

The Echo: May 2, 2022, Taylor University

2021-2022 (Volume 109)

TU tours Civil Rights monuments — Student Senate restructures for next school year — Taylor receives $3 million gift for film building — Choros survey prompts student discussion — Taylor reviews 25-Live — A new community buzzes on campus — Advancement team raises money for Taylor — Finding time for Sabbath rest — Challenge your community — The Apartments are dorms too — Theatre finishes production season with ‘Annie’ — Boren Art Gallery opens inside Helena Memorial Hall — Senior Fine Arts Feature — Brewing and community — Finding moms in Taylor’s classrooms — Modern Solutions Required — Jung carries …


The Echo: April 25, 2022, Taylor University Apr 2022

The Echo: April 25, 2022, Taylor University

2021-2022 (Volume 109)

Senior, faculty awards to take different shape — Open positions filled for upcoming school year — Upland building town down — BSU to host ‘Expressions’ event this Friday — Pulliam donates $120k toward journalism scholarships — OIP starts group to support adopted students — Getting to know Maxwell and his family — Scholarships exceed $3 million for 2022 year — Mentorship reflects Christ’s love — Experiencing a broader horizon — Living with a posture of humility — ‘Everything Everywhere’ blends big actions with heart — Fine Arts Feature — Theatre finishes production season with ‘Annie’ — Spring Greens: A dorm …


The Echo: April 11, 2022, Taylor University Apr 2022

The Echo: April 11, 2022, Taylor University

2021-2022 (Volume 109)

Taylor receives $5 million gift from Sweetwater founders — Sutherland runs for re-election — US Supreme Court denies Gordon College’s appeal — ‘President Lindsey Live’ interview series begins — Global Need-to-Know — Navigating the Asian-American identity — Sarah Malak: Journey from Egypt to Taylor — Chapel: Please hold your applause — COVID creates new service norm — Korean Christianity sets example — Chorale find community in Alaska through music — Cellar Door — Naatz’s journey to Taylor through the highs and lows — ASIA Org promotes cultural awareness — Professor’s podcast creates community — A fresh look at scheduling classes …


Engaging Teaching Today Conference 2022 - Schedule, Barb Bird Apr 2022

Engaging Teaching Today Conference 2022 - Schedule, Barb Bird

Engaging Teaching Today Conference

Schedule for the 2022 Engaging Teaching Today Conference at Taylor University.

Theme: Faith Integration at Taylor


Faith Integration Summary - Engaging Teaching Today Conference 2022, Barb Bird Apr 2022

Faith Integration Summary - Engaging Teaching Today Conference 2022, Barb Bird

Engaging Teaching Today Conference

This document includes a summary of the results from a brainstorming activity at the ETT Conference 2022 in which faculty at separate tables discussed different ways of seeing faith integration. The small groups reported back to the larger group and they cast votes. The items listed in this document are those that received the highest number of votes from participating faculty for importance and distinctiveness for Taylor University.


The Echo: April 4, 2022, Taylor University Apr 2022

The Echo: April 4, 2022, Taylor University

2021-2022 (Volume 109)

Taylor names three honorary doctorate recipients — Satisfaction survey gives insight to campus needs — Campus debate team discusses transgender athletes — Presidential fellows announce “Wonder” event — Taylor participates in the Race to Zero Waste — High school summer program preparation is underway — Spring Fashion: Trends on and off the runway — A world opened through subtitles — U.S. human trafficking crisis — Sorrell experiences life in Spain — ICC hosts the beloved Taylor event, Airband — ‘The Batman’ explores the flaws of the iconic character — TU Film Program wins national recognition — Golf teams kick off …


Rehearsal Journal, Tracy Manning Apr 2022

Rehearsal Journal, Tracy Manning

Engaging Teaching Today Conference

This is an example faith and learning integration assignment for Theater 432 and 433, directing courses taught by Professor Tracy Manning.

This was featured during the Engaging Teaching Today Conference on April 9, 2022 at Taylor University.


As The Angles, Joell Paul Russell Apr 2022

As The Angles, Joell Paul Russell

English Senior Papers

No abstract provided.


Taylor: A Magazine For Taylor University Alumni, Parents And Friends (Spring 2022), Taylor University Apr 2022

Taylor: A Magazine For Taylor University Alumni, Parents And Friends (Spring 2022), Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine (1963-Present)

The Spring 2022 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.


25 Bible Verses To Connect Faith And Mathematics Using Weekly Devotionals, Written Reflections, And Memory Verses, Mark Colgan Apr 2022

25 Bible Verses To Connect Faith And Mathematics Using Weekly Devotionals, Written Reflections, And Memory Verses, Mark Colgan

Engaging Teaching Today Conference

Faith and learning integration can take various forms for different faculty members, but I believe it helps to do it regularly (at least once per week) by giving students a chance to discuss in groups and then write about their own ideas. On Monday, I typically pick a verse that relates to the week’s topics. I write the verse on the board before students arrive, along with a discussion question, and then show a YouTube video related to the verse. I have students briefly discuss the question in groups, and they can memorize the verses for bonus points on quizzes. …


Discussion Prompt From Introduction To Forensic Science (Che120) – A Foundational Core Course, Daniel King Apr 2022

Discussion Prompt From Introduction To Forensic Science (Che120) – A Foundational Core Course, Daniel King

Engaging Teaching Today Conference

This is an example faith and learning integration assignment for Chemistry 120, Introduction to Forensic Science taught by Dr. Daniel King.

This was featured during the Engaging Teaching Today Conference on April 9, 2022 at Taylor University.


Social Problems Framework, Steve Bird Apr 2022

Social Problems Framework, Steve Bird

Engaging Teaching Today Conference

This is an example faith and disciplinary content integration assignment for Sociology 210: Contemporary Social Issues by Dr. Steven Bird.

This was featured during the Engaging Teaching Today Conference on April 9, 2022 at Taylor University.


Personal Profile, Ben Hotmire Apr 2022

Personal Profile, Ben Hotmire

Engaging Teaching Today Conference

A semester-long, sequential assignment intended to help students increase spiritual, individual, and professional self-awareness.

This is an example faith and disciplinary content integration assignment or EDU 307: Discipline and Classroom Management for Secondary Teachers by Dr. Ben Hotmire.

This was featured during the Engaging Teaching Today Conference on April 9, 2022 at Taylor University.


The Echo: March 14, 2022, Taylor University Mar 2022

The Echo: March 14, 2022, Taylor University

2021-2022 (Volume 109)

Taylor Ethics Bowl team beats Yale at nationals — Envision Film Festival recognizes student projects — Taylor hosts Q Union to discuss culture, faith, church — An unforeseen journey to Taylor — Mini Scoops: Taylor Tunnels — Taylor holds week of prayer — Reagan, Rice explain set design process — Newly elected leaders promote fearlessness — Why HB1134 could harm classrooms — It’s nt all about politics — Ukraine’s new war against terror — Steven Day influences peers on and off the stage — 2022 Nostalgia Night brings retro to Rediger auditorium — Cellar Door — Social work majors spend …


The Echo: March 7, 2022, Taylor University Mar 2022

The Echo: March 7, 2022, Taylor University

2021-2022 (Volume 109)

Taylor celebrates women’s history — Spring break missions trios return — Residents of Kyiv evacuate the city — Holly Whitby join Taylor to work in enrollment, marketing — Counseling Center begins therapy groups, workshops — KSAC exercise classes return — Dean of Sciences shares her experiences — Women’s Giving Circle supports students, faculty — Programming for women is needed — Beauty, ambition and talent — Learning from women leading — Indie pop star performs at Taylor University — Gender stereotypes in film damage viewer perceptions — Breaking the glass ceiling, shaping history — Modern Solutions Required — Taylor professor paves …


The Echo: February 28, 2022, Taylor University Feb 2022

The Echo: February 28, 2022, Taylor University

2021-2022 (Volume 109)

Student campaign runs unopposed in election — Title IX proceedings moves to Human Resources — MAHE redistributes head leadership — Boosters required for up-to-date vaccination — DC, Stu update services for the spring semester — Campus experiences maintenance employee shortage — J-term trips provide deep experiences — Therapy dogs alleviate stress among students — Pursuing learning beyond February — How to avoid ‘us vs. them’ — Meet Opinions Editor Sophia King — ABC series tells story of Emmett Till’s murder — LA gives five senior students a semester to remember — Fire Arts Feature — ‘I love being Black’ — …


The Echo: February 21, 2022, Taylor University Feb 2022

The Echo: February 21, 2022, Taylor University

2021-2022 (Volume 109)

Taylor celebrates Black History Month — Cunningham set to speak at commencement — Presidential Fellows Program starts full year at Taylor — J-term trips abroad remain impactful despite COVID-19 — Global Need-to-Know — Honoring the legacy of Samuel Morris — Looking back before looking forward — Black history February — Chapel speakers need a new intro — “To Kill a Mockingbird” takes stage at Taylor — Students take the stage in Nashville with CMC — Cellar Door — J-Term trips honors Black History Month — Celebrating friendship year-round — Women’s basketball defeats Grace — Competitive cheer competes in year’s first …


The Echo: February 14, 2022, Taylor University Feb 2022

The Echo: February 14, 2022, Taylor University

2021-2022 (Volume 109)

Taylor dissolves Dean of Students position — Indiana responds to OSHA vaccination mandate — Tom Jones receives Sagamore of the Wabash award — Jan. 6, 2021: Revisiting the attack on the Capitol — Veal, Wallace recognized nationally for film — ‘Little Women’ boasts three sold-out performances — Peterson, Sumner ring in the new year — Weight room receives significant upgrades — Baseball begins spring season with split wins in Arizona


The Paradox Of Loss, Abby Pugsley Feb 2022

The Paradox Of Loss, Abby Pugsley

English Senior Papers

The Paradox of Loss is a collection of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry that leans into the tension humans experience as eternal beings in a world marked by impermanence. We encounter loss in countless ways throughout our lives, and yet we also look toward a future where all is restored. This collection is an exploration of the losses I have experienced, presented in both fictional and nonfictional forms. My hope is to show the life that pervades even in loss, both through our attachment to the physical world and in the way our grief points toward our desire for permanence, …


The Effects Of Trauma On Identity Formation: Pursuing And Obtaining Individual Freedom In Emerson’S Nature And Creech’S Chasing Redbird, Mckenzie Hershberger Feb 2022

The Effects Of Trauma On Identity Formation: Pursuing And Obtaining Individual Freedom In Emerson’S Nature And Creech’S Chasing Redbird, Mckenzie Hershberger

English Senior Papers

Nature and Chasing Redbird provide poignant examples of the restorative power found in the natural world, and a thorough analysis of the works and lives of the authors reveal past trauma created the need for this restoration. Traumatic experiences shape an individual’s thought processes, as each decision the individual makes is based upon fearing an uncertain outcome. Throughout Nature, Emerson references a child’s innocence, demonstrating that a child’s perspective has not yet been tainted by experience. Emerson idealizes his past childhood as he endured grievances that motivated him to confront his trauma while in nature himself. An example for Emerson’s …


Sanctuary, Abigail G. Chandler Feb 2022

Sanctuary, Abigail G. Chandler

English Senior Papers

Sanctuary is a collection of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that explores relationships. I pull from my own experiences with family, friendships, self-knowledge, and the divine to connect with readers over shared loss and over attempts at understanding goodness, beauty, and truth. Sanctuary seeks to look at relationships multilaterally, holding pain and pleasure in juxtaposition. Everyone needs people who make them feel safe, wanted, and known, and sanctuary is not found in the same places for everyone.


From Renaissance To Robert: The Machiavellian Cycle Of Life, Death, And Rebirth, Noah Huseman Feb 2022

From Renaissance To Robert: The Machiavellian Cycle Of Life, Death, And Rebirth, Noah Huseman

English Senior Papers

In this paper, I explore the recursive nature of cultural commentary as it is informed by evolution of the monster. As one culture rises to prominence, so does the monster which comments upon it. I specifically examine the cultural monstrosity of the Machiavellian archetype as it is portrayed across time, first placing Machiavelli's theory in its original context, then branching out to the cultural context surrounding its appearance in both the literature of Renaissance England and the stories of today. Once I set up the broader theoretical context, I probe more deeply into two literary depictions of the Machiavel: Iago …


Gothic Determinism: The Interplay Of Atavism And Hope In "The Old Nurse's Story" And "The Fall Of The House Of Usher", Madison Howland Jan 2022

Gothic Determinism: The Interplay Of Atavism And Hope In "The Old Nurse's Story" And "The Fall Of The House Of Usher", Madison Howland

English Senior Papers

No abstract provided.


Stories That Bark For Themselves: The Fall Of A Rooster And A Princess From Pride To Repentant Humility As Depicted In The Book Of The Dun Cow And The Light Princess, Ella Harris Jan 2022

Stories That Bark For Themselves: The Fall Of A Rooster And A Princess From Pride To Repentant Humility As Depicted In The Book Of The Dun Cow And The Light Princess, Ella Harris

English Senior Papers

Walter Wangerin Jr. and George MacDonald, authors of The Book of the Dun Cow and The Light Princess respectively, created the self-serving characters Chauntecleer the Rooster and the cursed princess. Both characters, ignorant about the subtle strength of those around them and the power of a sacrificial act against encroaching evil, are shown their own insufficiency through the sacrifice of their humble and believed-to-be inconsequential companions. Both companions, Mundo Cani Dog and the prince, willingly sacrifice their lives to conquer the evil powers that threaten lands and to save those whom they love. The actions and behaviors of all four …


Note To Self: Don't Forget To Title Your Project!, Abby Wilson Jan 2022

Note To Self: Don't Forget To Title Your Project!, Abby Wilson

English Senior Papers

Note to Self: Don’t Forget to Title Your Project! is a collection of creative nonfiction, poetry, and visual art reflecting on the author’s ADHD diagnosis. With an approachable and direct tone, I become a tour guide for my readers as they explore the landscape of my neurodivergent brain. These readers will discover aspects of ADHD that can be strengths or drawbacks, such as executive dysfunction, outside-the-box thinking, emotional dysregulation, and hyperfixation. They will also briefly peek into the way that ADHD intersects with aspects of my identity, such as other neurodivergencies, gender, and spirituality.


Purpose And Autonomous Functioning In College Students, Michelle Steffenhagen Jan 2022

Purpose And Autonomous Functioning In College Students, Michelle Steffenhagen

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

This study sought to understand the relationship between a sense of purpose and autonomous functioning in college students. Further, the results were compared with the independent variables of gender, volunteerism, and faith community participation. Participants (n = 356) were undergraduate college students at a small private liberal arts Christian institution located in the Midwest of the United States of America. Measures included the Claremont Purpose Scale and the Index of Autonomous Functioning. Pearson correlations were used to analyze the data, and purpose and autonomous functioning were positively correlated. Women reported higher levels of a sense of purpose and autonomous functioning. …


Growth: 21 (2022) Full Issue Jan 2022

Growth: 21 (2022) Full Issue

Growth: The Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development

No abstract provided.