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The Spring 1966 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.

Publication Date

Spring 1966


Taylor University




missionaries, births, weddings, deaths, Taylor University, Alumni, Liberal Arts, Milo A. Rediger, Gordon Zimmerman, the observatory, art, philosophy, culture, education, higher education, Christianity, Christian higher education, hope, science building, science, pace, life, cultural change, leadership, research, politics, government, academics, Editorial Projects for Education, American Alumni Council, business club, Ken Flanigan, The Pierce Governor Company, LeLand A. Boren, Upland, Marion, Hartford City, Kenneth Van Sise, James Richard, Theodore Wood, Samuel Shellhamer, Richard Gygi, Nancy Kitson, Fisher Body Corporation, Joseph Smid, Bristol-Meyers, Alfred A. Whittaker, Taylor Alumni Chapter, World Vision International, Dr. Ted Engstrom, Dorothy (Weaver) Engstrom, Richard Norris Jr., Mary Louise (Winters) Norris, Mabel (Thomas) Norris, Richard Norris Sr., Reverend David Le Shana, Becky (Swander) Le Shana, Taylor Fund, Ed Bruerd, Dave Wheeler, Faith (Dodge) Wheeler, Dorothy (Wing) Blakley, Art Blakley, Dorsey W. Brause, Taylor Division of Education, Doris Oswalt, Dave Larson, Wesley McEnterer, Patty (Haas) McEnterer, Yvonne Rosecrans, Margery Sidney, Roger Winn, Tom Sidey, missions, Rodina (Priestly) Sutherland MacLean, New York World’s Fair


Education | Higher Education


Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Mrs. Alice Shippy Class News Editor

In this Issue:

About the Cover: Mortar and the Immortal

Status Quo And Quo Vadis by President Milo A. Rediger

The Science Building

To Keep Pace with America by The Editorial Projects for Education

Business Club Presents Awards

Global Taylor

News of the Classes

Los Angeles Area Chapter Meets by Alice Uphold ’39

Meet Mr. Average “Alumni” Ed Buffalo

Alumni Host Taylor Education Professor

MacLeans Headed For PaPau by Marilyn Pomerleau

Taylor University Magazine (Spring 1966)