Files

Download

Download Full Text (5.0 MB)

Description

TU grad returns from combat – Mexico team holds Dollar Drive – Students organize bike safety day – TWO prepares to ‘Marvel:YC 2004’ – Al-Mondhiry explains Iraqi political climate – Sophomore – Stackhouse challenges gender roles – New Hebrew program starts next year – Taylor’s Opera Theatre – Marvel: Youth Conference 2004 Schedule – Tsai one of youngest in orchestra league – Friesens serve in ministry in Upland – TU alum returns from Iraq – Christians need role in politics – Thoughts on gay marriage: part four – Who are these people? Segregated proms taking place in the South – Letter to the Editor: With spring comes skin on display – Letters to the Editor – Writer John Biguenet to speak at Taylor next week – ‘Kill Bill Vol. 2’ pure Quentin-fiction poetry – Senior Art Exhibits: Photo Collection – Sufjan Stevens and Denison Witmer to perform in Union Monday night – Softball team continues hot streak; wins three of four – Trojan baseball looks forward to weekend match-up with rival Indiana Wesleyan – No place like home – Taylor track & field cruises in home meet – Lacrosse club takes a pair in Michigan, hosts two tomorrow

Publication Date

4-23-2004

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

91

Number

23

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: April 23, 2004

Share

COinS