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Andromache Confronts Hecuba – Dramatists To Stage ‘Trojan Women’ In Campbell Parlor On March 3, 4, 5 – Dean’s List Correction – Bataan Survivor To Speak At VV Dedication – Chorus Rehearses ‘Elijah’ Oratorio – Cosmopolitan Air To Pervade Campus On International Day – Sophomores To Take Comprehensive Test – First Senior Recital Features Sue Andrews – Pray For Youth Conference – Friday Lyceum Program Presents Renowned Joseph Eger Ensemble – New Building To House Chemistry Department – Students Play Host To Critic Teachers – The Echo Advocates – Fire Consumes Only Temporal – ‘Ye Shall Know The Truth’ – Letter To The Editor – Male Student Decries ‘Little Miss Spy’ – Drive Nears Goal – Chapel Slate – Foreign Student Expresses Thanks – Little Man On Campus – Tower Topics – President Voices Plea For Student To Observe Common Courtesy – International Day Program – From This Angle… -- Eating Hog Goes ‘Human Wild’ – Symphonic Band Presents Valentine Concert – Thoughts For Worship – God Reveals Limitless Resources To Man Through Holy Spirit Ministry – Armchair Observer – Pasternak Novel Depicts Precarious Life Of Doctor Zhivago in Bolshevik Russia – Sacrifice Holds Key To Worth-While Living – Opinions Differ On Effects Of Secular Films Shown Here – French Horn Master Reveals New Direction In Chamber Music – College Radio Service Offers Sermon, Music In Sunday Broadcast – Girls Invite Escorts To Gamma Delt’s Annual Valentine Banquet – Gospel Teams Provide Valuable Experience – Taylor Meets Demand For Course In Russian – Spiritual Emphasis Leader Brings Challenging Messages To Campus – Novice Debaters Clash At Purdue – Council Votes Change Of AES Affiliation – Deans Direct Music In Washington Church – Dr. B. Joseph Martin Receives Keys To New College Car—1960 Pontiac – Parents’ Committee Sets Goal At $75,000 – Delegation Returns From Seminar – Fist International Day Features Former Taylor Student, Kan Ori – Twenty-Four Students Teach In Area Schools – Academic Affairs Committee Promotes Intellectual Climate – Jenkinson Sparks Trojan Victories In Final Season Tilts – Trojanes Humble Anderson Before Losing To Butler – WRA To Hold Skating Party Saturday Night – Sticking My Sch-Neck Out – Blackhawks, Cavaliers Win First Round Meets – Baseball, Track Squads Begin Spring Workouts For Upcoming Seasons – Love Must Rule Athlete’s Performance – B-Team Hits For Record 124 Points – Maurice Paul, Pete Schug Fill Key Spots On Varsity Cage Team

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

The Echo: February 25, 1960



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