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This week at Taylor – ETC sees new changes made – Donors enhance quality of lounge areas – Indy Star grants Taylor free papers – New library Web site promises more resources – Ben Wickstra pours it on – Discovering roots can bring meaning to present – Taylor professor seeks to understand discipleship – The Green Tree offers fresh, tasty choices – Taylor Jewish students celebrate new year – We will never forget… 9.11.01 – An innocent mourning brings tragedy, horror – 9/11: sorrowful, but also exposing American ethnocentrism – Praying for enemies easier said than done – Attacks allow personal protection to be masked as patriotism – The Song – Christian responses to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 – Shock strikes in Shanksville, Pa., for Taylor faculty – Tragedy provides positive change in society – A divine test of faith – A lesson to live the missed moments – ‘No More Fear’ handed out to students close to Ground Zero – Individual tragedy made events real – Invade Iraq now, then let the holy war begin – Mix flair and creativity in Christian life – Letters to the Editor – Open letter to beloved students – A cool, folksy night with Ticklepenny Corner – Exceptional acting sails in the gritty ‘City by the Sea’ – Neville’s Ultimate Pick of the Week – Fan participation 101: Where’s the spirit? – Men’s soccer looks to bounce back from rocky start – TU Intramurals – 2002 Women’s Tennis Schedule – Fall Sports MCC Standings

Publication Date

9-13-2002

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

90

Number

3

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: September 13, 2002

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