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“Blind Spot” in sight — Issues of Soul — Tresa Tulles selected for government council — Eleventh annual “Focus on Health” held — TSO Spring Open Forum addresses student concerns — Poor sports — The Glamour of Finacial Aid — The Express Index — New library plans finalized, no construction date set — TUFW responds to Black History Month — Lehman library starts a new chapter of leadership — Men’s basketball wraps up season — Lady Falcons finish strong — One of TUFW’s best ever — The Top Ten
Taylor University Fort Wayne
Fort Wayne, IN
Youth Conference, campus events, Soul Jam, government, Partners in Policymaking, United Cerebral Palsy of Indiana, governance, politics, Open Forum, student government, Taylor Student Organization, Focus on Health, health, athletics, sports, FAFSA, financial aid, humor, library, Lehman library, new buildings, buildings and grounds, Black History Monty, The MOSAIC SERIES, Student Development, African American History, Antia Gray, Michael Van Huisen, new staff, new faculty, library director, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, Isaac Freeman, athletic records
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Taylor University, "The Express: March 7, 2002" (2002). 2001-2002 (Volume 6). 8.