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The March 1917 edition of the Taylor University Echo.


Literary — Our Aim — A Tale of Two People, or When East Met West — In The Rough — Poetry and Faith: A Study of Literary Values — The Folks Back Home — Editorial — The Root of the Double Standard — The Anti-Suffragist’s Syllogism — Local Echoes — Organizations — Locals — Simplicissimus

Note: This was the first issue which was completely published and assembled by women students.

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Taylor University


Upland, IN


Echo, Taylor University, Upland, campus news, alumni news, advertisements, campus events, student life, chapel, faculty news, student news, student organizations, literary societies, Philalethean Literary Society, Thalonian Literary Society, debate clubs, Soangetaha Debate Club, Eulogonian Debate Club, Eureka Debate Club, athletics, intramural sports, poems, prose, women, gender relations, culture, society, college life, sex trafficking, human trafficking, prostitution, gender, women’s rights, women’s suffrage, Holiness League, Prayer Band, Mandolin Club, recitals, Quartets, lectures, H. Paul Sloan, George W. Mooney, Missionary Conference, dorm rooms, photographs, humor


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Taylor University Echo



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