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Layoffs cripple Grant County – Fog strands TU team in Ecuador – ResLife redecorates for spring – GEM award to recognize TU employees – Netsky causes pre-break e-mail barrage – Marriage seminar challenges miscomceptions – ‘Tuition Freedom Day’ to commemorate alumni giving – Beijing Opera showcases Asian art and culture – Movers and Shakers – Family unites in battle against cancer – Burns welcome baby to family – Strader finds balance between college life and diabetes – TU hitchhikers recount stories – Letter to the Editor: Does Christ join with Republicans? No… – Thought Box – Thoughts on gay marriage: part two – Reflecting on spring break after the first week back – Letter to the Editor: Spring break trips bring Christ to the world – Letters to the Editor – ‘Eternal Sunshine’ casts redeeming light on love – Chorale spring concert to reflect on spring-break trip to Greece – Mexico’s ‘El Crimen’ questions the holy – Eric Clapton pays soulful tribute to Blues legend Robert Johnson – Taylor track ready for run at 10th straight title – Whole in one – Bethel ends Trojans’ streak – More than just a game, mon – Lady Trojans show heart in rough start to season

Publication Date

4-2-2004

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

91

Number

21

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: April 2, 2004

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