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Thin red line divides lot – Cheerleading struggles to make comeback – Class skips Taylathon? – SAC nostalgic for Wonka – Campaign concludes with celebration – Math team takes high honors but falls to Rose – Programs and projects funded by Taylor Tomorrow Campaign – Former president speaks in chapel – Kim visits off-campus programs in E. Africa – Kaufmann reaches out to local citizen – McCart raises diabetes awareness by example – Students seek to protect environment – Wheaton Record column sparks controversy – Letter to the Editor: Humor article displays lack of community at Wheaton – Thought Box – Thoughts on gay marriage: part three – Letter to the Editor: Satire reflects Wheaton, not Taylor – Letters to the Editor – Jesus invades popular culture – Senior Art Exhibits: Photo Collection – Documentary pick of the month: ‘Spellbound’ – Trojans take six of seven to even MCC record – Remaining Taylor baseball schedule – Lacrosse pounds Eastern Michigan and Ball State, prepares for key weekend in Mich. – Queen of the hill – Men’s track captures two straight third place finishes – Softball team making some noise as winners of six of eight – Colts to hold first full practice of season at Ball State University

Publication Date

4-16-2004

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

91

Number

22

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: April 16, 2004

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