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Yost takes TUFW by the hand — New policy puts teeth in the mouth of Covenant — Resignation of Moore not connected to accusations of Frost — Ciara’s Slingshot— Express Index — Where have all the tomboys gone? — Commitment to Covenant important to Taylor community life — Take control of your education: It’s costly! — Corrections — On the road… — in & out — Quayle visiting Fort Wayne — Burkett gives financial advice to TUFW students — True Reviews — Students go clubbing — Mr. Player winds Mr. TUFW title — Volleyball team surprises Haddix — Falcons get first win of season — TUFW Athletic Schedule — Suspicious of Taylor sports budget? Don’t be, says Hamilton — Overtime win puts “Johns” in first place in flag football — TUFW’s Top 10 — Library adds new services — Headlines:
Taylor University Fort Wayne
Fort Wayne, IN
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Taylor University Fort Wayne, "The Express: October 7, 1998" (1998). 1998-1999 (Volume 3). 2.