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    Technology

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    “Smiley face light up LED sign in the photographers room in Second West Olson room 219. Smiley faces are reminders to smile throughout the whole day. A great motivation when waking up to a smiling face.”https://pillars.taylor.edu/quintu23-technology/1009/thumbnail.jp

    Protecting Youth from Mexican Drug Cartel Recruitment: The Prospects of Educational Interventions

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    This investigation considers the impact of Mexico’s War on Drugs since 2006 and the influence of widespread cartel networks on the youth population. As both victims and perpetrators of drug-related crime, the young individuals of Mexico are the center of this research. The goal of this investigation was to determine how education in Mexico’s grade schools could be leveraged to protect its youth from drug-related violence and cartel recruitment. Therefore, the study examines both the challenges suffered by the education system due to the Drug War and the prospects for educational interventions to strengthen and protect youth over and against the drug cartels. The findings determine that the complexity of drug-related crime in Mexico and its effect on youth must be matched by diverse educational interventions. More than simply working to keep students enrolled in school, educators and policy-makers must also work to fortify youth’s social and psychological resources

    The Essence of Taylor

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    “The men of Third East Wengatz, at their usual table in the Hodson Dining Commons, shine their phone flashlights and point as they playfully tease Jason Blake for something he said at 5 o’clock dinner on Wednesday, February 22nd, 2023. This is a common sight at the Third East Wengatz dinner table.”https://pillars.taylor.edu/quintu23-essence/1004/thumbnail.jp

    The Best Spot on Campus

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    “A groggy morning before class in Aspen Postma’s Dorm room, depicting a corner display of everything she loves on February 16, 2023.”https://pillars.taylor.edu/quintu23-best-spot/1015/thumbnail.jp

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    “Art students like me use both digital technology, such as iPads, and physical tools, such as Exacto Knives, to complete art homework. Taken in the Metcalf Student Studios on February 15th, 2023.”https://pillars.taylor.edu/quintu23-technology/1017/thumbnail.jp

    The Best Spot on Campus

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    “Senior Nathan Streitmatter walks from classes through the beautiful Taylor walkways on his way back to Wengatz Hall on Tuesday, February 21st, 2023.”https://pillars.taylor.edu/quintu23-best-spot/1004/thumbnail.jp

    A Mother’s Unseen Lullaby

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    The woman pictured has grown old but she remembers the lullaby she sang to her baby before he passed in her arms many years ago. The same lullaby playing in the piano room next door. Course: ART 151, 2D Design (Prof. Hannah Richardson)https://pillars.taylor.edu/two-d-design-fall2023/1007/thumbnail.jp

    The Gospel of Luke: Major Themes, Narratives, and Theology

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    Within the paper, major Lukan themes are portrayed. The birth narrative is reimagined with major themes of the narrative, especially the purpose of the birth narrative to Theophilus, Luke\u27s mentor. The paper defines and identifies Christology and discipleship which is formed from Luke. The paper illustrates what Jesus really means by stating the first century was an evil and adulterous generation (Luke 9:41). The essay concludes with the passion narrative and personal challenges that I have faced as studying the book of Luke

    The Echo: May 1, 2023

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    Embodied: Transgender Identities, the Church, and What the Bible Has to Say

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    Kaleigh Richardson reviews Embodied: Transgender Identities, the Church, and What the Bible Has to Say by Preston Sprinkle, published by David C. Cook, 2021

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