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Echo In-Depth: Students’ need not being met by financial aid – Stott preaches Simeon sermons – Students add a splash of color to downtown – Upland prairie burning held early this year – Concert held to raise money for Peru-held U.S. prisoner – Ayres gets ready to serve new purpose, again – Dodgeball, a true TU intramural story – Princeton Review to provide survey of Taylor – Chorale sings praises at the Praise Gathering in Indy – A different kind of vision – Russel learns the call of the wild – Eye on Alumni: Jurgensens bring God’s love to Russian orphans – Letter to the Editor: Bush fans responsible to keep the president accountable – Letter to the Editor: Bike ‘borrowing’ is stealing – Does ‘W’ spell w-i-n for evangelicals? – Overlooked and unappreciated – Chick flicks take women out of reality, and leave them there – Letters to the Editor – Journey from Guevera’s diary recounted in new film – Cool Hand Look shares spirited, refreshing message on fall tour – Paying tribute to 80s post-punk pioneers – Senior Art Exhibition – Music Events – Lady Trojans down Foresters, move to semis – Deeper on the inside – Trojans get first win – 2004-05 Schedule

Publication Date

11-12-2004

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

92

Number

11

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: November 12, 2004

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