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Best-selling writer Jerry B. Jenkins speaks at TUFW — Pops ’N’ Pizza — Student speakers share at chapel — Last Things — Guest editorial: Shaken by God — Corrections — Top 5 Random Internet Flash Cartoon Picks — Tattoos stir controversy: is the taboo cultural or biblical? — Readin’, writin’, and rock ’n roll — Hausser living a good experience — Volunteers bring warmth to Taylor — TUFW Gem winners — An introduction to America’s northern neighbor, and Julia — MAC visits Windy City — Students mentor Angel Tree kids — Seldom Scenes: “Meet Joe Black” — Fun Thanksgiving Facts — “Desktop” transforms Saturdays — Harvest Carnival 2004 — Spice up your spiritual life: creating ways to keep your devotions fresh — Caedmon’s Call review — Turkey Facts — Basketball seasons begin with losses — Men’s Basketball

Publication Date

11-18-2004

Publisher

Taylor University Fort Wayne

City

Fort Wayne, IN

Volume

9

Issue

5

Keywords

photographs, Jerry B. Jenkins, Left Behind, campus events, speakers, Pops ’n’ Pizza, concerts, Jazz Assembly, pastoral ministry, student preaching, chapel, chapel speakers, cancer, corrections, errors, student experiences, death, beliefs, Christianity, higher education, college, flash cartoons, cartoons, tattoos, student life, student bands, music groups, bands, music albums, Hausser Hall, residence halls, dormitories, student housing, Going the Extra Mile, awards, honors, volunteers, volunteer profiles, Lee Oliver, Canada, student stories, international students, Julia Beange, Multicultural Awareness Council, Student Activities Council, Taylor World Outreach, Chicago, Angel Tree, mentoring, ministries, movies, movie reviews, Thanksgiving, Harvest Carnival, courses, classes, computer classes, schedule changes, Christian music, music reviews, devotions, spiritual development, spiritual growth, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, quotes, athletics, sports

Disciplines

Education | Higher Education

Notes

Issue number misprinted, possibly scratched out with pen or number smeared over. “Issue #5” is written beside the header.

The Express: November 18, 2004

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