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Story-telling pays off – Crime against cars: Hard-hitting evidence – Town earns INDOT grant – Interest starts to accrue – Upland Print and Stitch relocates – Holly Kuzmich coming to campus to speak – Student email has changed – Examining environmental endeavors – From the archives: cow creamer collection – Experiencing culture through performance – Taylor University Survival Guide – Spring things are happening (or should be) – Chorale declares the arrival of Spring – A&E Events – Opera offers enjoyment – Faith meets ‘Legend of Zelda’ in prayer – Guest View – Christ-centered environmental action – Rice Bell Tower burns out – Why I chose to delete social media – The eight-year Syrian conflict – The pre-eminent social justice issue – Letters to the editor – Local ministry challenges a response – A call-out letter to white women – Full-time coach, full-time dad – Weekly Preview – Trojans headed to the postseason – Sporadic schedule severely affects softball season – Athletes of the Week

Publication Date

4-20-2018

Publisher

Taylor University

City

Upland, IN

Volume

105

Number

23

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

The Echo: April 20, 2018

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