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Parents’ Day 1971 Nov. 6

Activities planned for Parents’ Day – Union arranges concert – Opera to be performed by students and faculty – Recital features harpist – Upland postmaster explains deterrents of mail system – Poetry to plays – Coeds publish originals – Ecclesiastes – Midwest winecellar – UN takes realistic action – Attitudes can mold Media Board – Guest column – The vicious circle – Action – A leaf falls… and stays but for a little while to be felt by few… before it is quietly swept away – Changes planned in old cafeteria – Joe encourages comments – Recent menu changes made in cafeteria – National commentary – Celibacy stand challenged in conference at Vatican – Catholicism undergoing change – Church wrestles with school crises – Debate team competes in intercollegiate contests – Chapel notes – Lecturer to discuss pertinence of math – Camper’s attend international retreat – Voice of the people – Registrar elected to association office – Students mix texts and married life – Language tests – Reading tutors – Harriers capture first in District – Area entertainment – Mistakes hurt – Panthers stop Trojans – What’s happening – Campus crier – Student Advisers

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Taylor University


Upland, IN






Education | Higher Education

The Echo: November 5, 1971

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