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The Spring 2018 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.
missionaries, births, weddings, deaths, Taylor University, Alumni, sports, athletics, Trojans, honors, awards, faculty publications, faculty research, faculty projects, student stories, student testimonies, alumni stories, alumni testimonies, alumni careers, The Center for the Study of C. S. Lewis & Friends, calling, Jana (Weir) Murphy, Ashley (Black) Chu, Joe Ricke, Aaron Housholder, healthy, rehab, Erik Hayes, new programs, Professional Grounds Management Society, Kerry Shanebrook, Facilities Services and Grounds Team, grants, trails, greenway, Upland, community, John Bonham, Louie Benedict, The Quiet and the Storm, veterans, Rachel Pfeiffer, Hope Bolinger, Donna Downs, books, student publications, alumni publications, Lauren Engelkes, First-Team Academic All-American, Grant Hohlbein, football, soccer, liberal arts, life, God’s plan, humility, Ringenberg Archives and Special Collections, Special Collections, rare books and manuscripts, Faculty-Mentored Undergraduate Scholarship Program, Kaylen Dwyer, Kendra Smalley, Blair Hedges, George MacDonald, Shakespeare, J. P. Faunthorpe, Frances White Ewbank Colloquium, creativity, culture, art, Everyone’s A Genius, Jana (Weir) Murphy, Norm Mineta, 9/11, September 11th, G. Roselyn Kerlin Women in Leadership Award, safety, Washington D.C., Breuniger Hall, Super Moon, Higher Education, Christian Higher Education, Rice Bell Towers
Taylor University, "Taylor: A Magazine for Taylor University Alumni, Parents and Friends (Spring 2018)" (2018). The Taylor Magazine. 175.