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The January 10, 1918 edition of the Taylor University Echo.
Missionary Entertainment — Converted Jew Speaks — Faculty News — Another Navy Letter — Winter Term Opens — Local Echoes — Daily Chronicle — Organizations — Literary — The Herod of America — Successful Men — “I Will Write Upon Him My New Name.” — The Religious Forum — Editorial — Notice! Alumni and Old Students — Exchanges — The Faculty — Taylor Sketch Book — Simplicissimus — Taylor University
Echo, Taylor University, Upland, campus news, alumni news, advertisements, campus events, campus speakers, 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, World War I, enlisted students, faculty news, missionaries, Christianity, G. W. Ridout, Ruth Anderson, new faculty, chronicle of events, politics, culture, Prayer Band, Junior Class, Congressional Session, Intercollegiate Prohibition Association, Taylor Annual Conference, child labor, slavery, human trafficking, essays, ministry, exchanges, George Shaw, faculty stories, publication, humor
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Echo" (1918). The Echo 1917-1918. 7.