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Ceiling Collapses in Schultz Hall Entrance — Sophomore Incumbents Victorious — TUFW Student Witness Effects of Middle East Violence — Ft. Wayne and Upland… Taylor Nonetheless — The State of Journalism in America Today — Eighth Annual Picnic Embraces Non-Trade — Parking Overflow Sends Schultz Sophomores, Juniors Elsewhere — Professor Strahm to Direct Play — Halloween Is Tradition — Breaking Tradition: Harvest Carnival — Women’s Volleyball Having Successful Season — Intramural Season Off to Good Start — Soccer Strives to Finish Strong
Taylor University Fort Wayne
Fort Wayne, IN
Schultz Hall, buildings and grounds, building damage, residence halls, campus events, student life, sophomores, student government elections, Student Government Organization, Middle East, violence, study abroad, student experiences, Taylor University Fort Wayne, Taylor University Upland, journalism, photographs, Bowl-a-thon, picnic, non-traditional students, commuter students, parking, Halloween, Harvest Carnival, faculty projects, faculty work, plays, theatre, veterans, sports, athletics, women’s volleyball, intramural, men’s soccer
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Taylor University Fort Wayne, "The Express: October 27, 2000" (2000). 2000-2001 (Volume 5). 3.