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The Winter 1979 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.

Publication Date

Winter 1979


Taylor University




missionaries, births, weddings, deaths, Taylor University, Alumni, cooking, awards, irony, personal stories, Marion Chronicle-Tribune, contests, winner, Christian Higher Education, Higher Education, faculty, influence, behavior, tributes, memorandums, biography, Evan H. Berwall, retirement, retiring faculty, Dr. Hazel Butz Carruth, Hazel Carruth, English Department, Literary Symposium, events, honors, Israel, Holy Land, travels, Jerusalem, teaching, education, quality education, faculty, policies, Elderhostel, courses, events schedule, alumni events, money, funds, poverty, Christianity, evangelicalism, the church


Education | Higher Education


Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Lenetta Pratt Managing Editor

In this Issue:

Upland Goes Carrots! by Laurie Robinson Turnow ’77

Can We Keep Taylor’s Distinctives? by Robert D. Pitts, Dean of University

He Walked With God by Evan H. Bergwall, Jr. ’64

“Dr. Carruth, you taught us well”

This is a Woman by Dr. George Clark

An Inspiring Example by Dr. Elmer Nussbaum ’49

A Good Person Teaching by Chancellor Milo A. Rediger ’39

The Teacher Affects Eternity by Dr. Phyllis Scherle

She Teached Us Good by Tina Anderson ’79

A Proud Assertion by Robert A. Cotner ’58

Journey to Antiquity by Barbara Stedman ’81

Quality In The Classroom by William C. Ringenberg ’61, Associate Dean and Professor of History

On and Off Campus

Evangelical Side Tracks by the Reverend William J. Hill, Director of student ministries

Class News

The Revenue Act of 1978 And You (Giving ad)

Taylor University Magazine (Winter 1979)