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Bands battle it out Thursday – Blume helps men become ‘Unstained’ – TABS conference shows TU the business of life – Grant supplies Stewards with $3,200 for new trees – ‘Meet the Candidates’ –Piece by Peace: The Business of Life – AHANA holds Harambee for whole campus – The Wall Street Journal Campus Edition. – Upland eccentric led an unusual life – Taylor’s cow creamers Unwrapped on Food Network – Eye on Alumni: Hotmire serves from the West Wing – Editorials – Religious beliefs violated – Got loans? Read the WSJ – Point and click voting – God is not a feeling – Challenges ahead – Brad and Jen: back together? – Student reactions – Letters to the Editor – Kenyan history corrected – Chapel-going robots – A flat state grows corn – Personal account: the need for a Student Advocacy Center – How to face the unending DC cycle – Letters to the editor – Wilde’s classic stageplay opens in Mitchell – New Eastwood film outlives Hollywood hype – Faculty Music Picks – Trojans enjoy inaugural indoor event – Records are made to be broken – Taylor Career Scoring Leaders – Men’s basketball slams Spring Arbor – Trojan baseball tops Bryan College to open season, then drops three straight in Volunteer State – Lady Trojan loss sets up crucial game with St. Francis

Publication Date

2-18-2005

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

92

Number

18

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: February 18, 2005

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