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Dean’s List

Tabor College has released the 2017 fall semester Dean’s List. The list includes 41 freshmen, 33 sophomores, 48 juniors, 54 seniors and one post-baccalaureate for a total of 177 students. In order to make the Dean’s List a student must earn between a 3.5 and a 4.0 grade-point average. Students earning a 3.85-4.00 GPA received highest honors: 20 freshmen, 16 […]

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Bluejays ward off Mac attack

Bluejays ward off Mac attack

Tabor senior Zach Johnson snags a deep pass from quarterback Curry Parham during the climactic fourth quarter of Saturday’s 46-29 victory over McPherson College. For the game, Johnson caught eight passes for 250 yards and three touchdowns. The Tabor College Blue­jays, co-leaders in the KCAC and ranked 19th nationally, had its hands full for three quarters Saturday afternoon against a […]

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TC men open hoops season with two losses

TC men open hoops season with two losses

abor’s Julian Winton soars for two of his 26 points in the season opener against College of the Ozarks. The Tabor College men got off to a strong start in their season and home opener against College of the Ozarks, but a stronger second half carried the Bobcats to a 73-67 victory Wednesday night. The Bluejays started the game with […]

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Tabor women endure tough start

Tabor women endure tough start

Morgan Ediger shoots for two of her seven points in Tabor’s seasoning-opening 92-53 loss to College of the Ozarks Nov. 1 The Tabor College women’s basketball team had a difficult opening night, losing to the College of the Ozarks Bobcats in Hills­boro. The Tabor women, ranked 12th by the NAIA, were overwhelmed by the No. 6-ranked Bobcats, 92-53. “They’re definitely […]

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TC volleyball likely 3rd seed at KCAC tourney

The Tabor College Blue­jays avenged an earlier five-set loss to Oklahoma Wesleyan on Friday as they swept the Eagles on Senior Night, 25-15, 26-24, 25-19. Including the 9-31, 25-20, 25-17, 25-22 win versus Friends on Wednesday, the win over OKWU gives Tabor a 17-5 record in the KCAC and 22-9 for the regular season. It also assures the Blue­jays of […]

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Loewen leads TC cross country at KCAC race

The Tabor College women’s cross-country team placed fourth at the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Con­ference Championships Saturday at Lindsborg. Leading the women was Julie Loewen, who placed eighth among 94 finishers on the 5-kilometer course in 20 minutes, 31.1 seconds. Team­mate Emily Kemlin was only two places behind her, crossing in 10th place in 20:15.9. Lindsay Crist placed 17th in 20:51.4, […]

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Three students awarded contest funds

Three students awarded contest funds

Peggy Goertzen, CMBS director, with the winners of the Dr. Wilmer Harms Anabaptism Contest: (from left) Molly Wiebe Faber, Alisa Ediger and Siera Sanchez. Three Tabor College students were awarded scholarships for their participation in the Dr. Wilmer Harms Anabap­tism Contest. Molly Wiebe Faber, a senior from Hillsboro, won the first-place prize of $300. Sierra San­chez, a senior from Thai­land, […]

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Tabor defeats Concordia in walk-off fashion

The Tabor College baseball team gutted out a walk-off victory over Concordia Tuesday, 12-11. Tabor held a 10-5 lead after six innings of play, but trailed, 11-10 heading into the ninth inning. In their final batting opportunity, the Bluejays used four hits to score two runs, with Jake Jones recording the walk-off RBI single. Tabor recorded 22 hits in the […]

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First interns sign with TC Project SEARCH

Tabor College Project SEARCH signed four interns for its inaugural year. Tanner Jasper of Hills­boro, Christopher Anderson of Newton, and Ryan Hutton of Newton attended a signing event on campus May 4. Alexandria Larson of Hillsboro was not able to attend the event, but will be part of the intern group in the fall. “We’re excited to be offering this […]

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TC prof premiers five compositions

Bradley Vogel, Tabor College professor of music and director of choral activities, is premiering five new compositions this spring. The compositions are the fruit of Vogel’s partial sabbatical this year. “I applied for a sabbatical with the idea of doing some composing,” Vogel said. “I had some teachers ask if I’d be interested in writing some stuff for their choirs.” […]

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