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The Winter 1991 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.
The cover is misprinted as "1990".
missionaries, births, weddings, deaths, Taylor University, Alumni, Taylor Club, sports, athletics, Trojans, community, intentional community, Russia, Teen Challenge, Don Odle, Christian colleges, vision, Higher Education, Christian Higher Education, fellowship, sports evangelism, Basketball Outreach Team, Taylor Plan, vision, recycling, new faculty, Singapore, study abroad, international studies, volleyball, soccer, tennis, Eugene Habecker, American Bible Society, Jack King, campus calendar, politics, international relations, conferences, Youth for Christ, endowments, giving, donations, donors, honors, awards, US News and World Report, Gary Gallup, campus life, student life, life together statement, Life Together Covenant, diversity, Swallow-Robin, Residence Halls, renovation, campus buildings, Taylor history, building history, inner city, ministry, Dan Pederson, Mark Soderquist, Detroit, Chicago, inner city minstry, Horace Herrick, University president, Fort Wayne Female College, Fort Wayne, Vere Abbey, Cleo (Beekman) Weaver, Cliffie (Beekman) Sherry, Fred Weaver, faculty, Bonnie (Weaver) Odle, Jack Weaver, David Odle, Susan (Odle) Belcher, athletes, health, fitness, physical fitness, alumni stories, fitness programs, Soviet Union, communism, religion, faith and learning, Russia, atheism
Taylor University, "Taylor Magazine (Winter 1991)" (1991). The Taylor Magazine (1963-Present). 169.
In this issue:
Prècis by Doug Marlow ’81, editor
Exchange with Charlotte Clark ’67, Philip Stureman, Don Granitz ‘77
Why Bother to Build Community? by Dr. Jay Kesler
In Search of the Ideal Taylor Community by Dr. Daniel Yutzy
Here, Community is Easy to Swallow by Shannan Morris ’91
Creating Community Where Hope is Scarce by Douglas Marlow ’81, editor
Tradition by Wesley Robinson ’50, Taylor University Historian
Alumni Spotlight with Vern Miller ‘43
Alumni Notes by Betty Freese, Class News Editor
Vista with Dr. Stephen Hoffman
Call Your Mother
A Tradition of Community Photograph