Historical Context Statement
The Ringenberg Archives & Special Collections of Taylor University makes a variety of historical materials publicly available to the Taylor community, scholarly researchers, and the general public. Some of these materials may include content (e.g., images, negative stereotypes, language) that viewers find objectionable for a variety of reasons. It is important for viewers to consider the time period and historical context in which the materials were created when consulting historical materials.
Resources exist to aid viewers in contextualizing historical materials (e.g., a list of questions to consider when putting sources into historical context from the University of Minnesota).
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Student Echoes – Manning challenges students to stretch – Academic Affairs reorganizes, creates new divisions – U.S. objectives in Iraq crisis not clear, professor says – Perspectives and Issues – Lilly grant provides new media equipment – Symposium to address life issues – Assistant hall directors to ease Wengatz, Olson hall work load – Off-camps thefts under investigation – Cirrus machine to give students banking ability – Trojans defeat Earlham; to face Olivet tomorrow – Taylor soccer defeats Bluffton in overtime – Women’s tennis defeats Huntington – Bike club members place in annual race
Summer brings new look for campus – Former Franciscan priest to speak at renewal services – Alumnus receives honorary doctor of letters degree – Taylor welcomes new campus pastor – Singapore campus greets Taylor freshmen – Perspectives and Issues – I, for one, feel fine – Recycling program begins new year – Bradley Eugene Newlin – Student improves after overseas diving accident – New tennis courts create new opportunities – All-star basketball team revives international sports ministry