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1962 Fine Arts Festival Features Diverse Artistry – Band, Chorale Concerts Include Tour Selections – Pre-registration, Comps, May 10 – In Two Years… ‘Echo’ Receives Fourth ACP First Class Honor Rating – Dean Milo Rediger Announces Changes In Faculty for 1962-’63 Academic Year – Arthur Miller’s ‘Crucible,’ Painting Display Represent Visual Arts In Festival Program – Change in ’62-’63 Curriculum Offers Major in Political Science – Spring Banquet Theme ‘Yesteryears’ Features Atmosphere Of Gay 90’s – A Ned For Revining – Just Thinkin’… “Our Task… Never To Yield” – Chapel Slate – Test Your Ignorance Quotient – Symposium Reveals varying Opinions On Effect of Grades Upon Learning – Little Man On Campus – Liszt’s ‘Les Preludes’ Portray Life And Soul Struggle Leading To Death – Dr. Martin Suggests Ft. Wayne Outing – With Tongue In Cheek… Your Feet Are Killing Me! – Seniors Plan Graduate Study; Receive Scholarship Offers – Ranger IV Moon Shot Means U.S. Prestige, Information – Suelyn Satterlee To Spend Junior Year Abroad – Sunshine, Flowers, Breezes Evoke Rites of Spring – Baseball Team Compiles 5-3 Record During Spring Tour – Golf Team Continues Work Before Tourney – Track Trip Results in Split Record; Team Is Faced With Two HCC Meets – Trojan Trackdown Another Try at Elusive Crown – Student Government Solicits Integrity, Autonomy – Honor System, Judiciary Introduce Concept of Faith in Personal Dignity

Publication Date

5-4-1962

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

44

Number

13

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: May 4, 1962

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