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SBP candidates talk candidly – Wheaton policy changes won’t affect Taylor – Physics department stays busy – Glance @ The Facts – Asian students present ‘Wok Night’ – Students sacrifice to assist Russian orphans – March, what a wonderful month! – Letter to the editor: Housing policies are a grief machine – Letters to the Editor – Letter to the editor: Goodbye Trolley: Mr. Rogers goes to his “Home” – An apology to the Taylor campus – Retraction – Letter to the editor: Lusting still remains a problem for Taylor women – Letter to the editor: Focus on war loses focus on needed aid – Letter to the editor: A look at Iraq in terms of strategy – Letter to the editor: Allow freedom of views on war with Iraq – Political Cartoons – Kevin Spacey makes David Gale worth the $7.50 – The Oscar Race: Chicago is in the running – Trojans advance to tomorrow’s semis – Lady Cougars end Lady Trojans’ season – MCC Tournametn Schedule – Trojan training

Publication Date

2-28-2003

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

90

Number

19

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: February 28, 2003

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