Download Full Text (4.3 MB)


The Summer 1989 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.





Publication Date

Summer 1989


Taylor University




missionaries, births, weddings, deaths, Taylor University, Alumni, fine arts, art and the church, Christian liberal arts, art, artists, imagination, theatre, theatre arts, plays, playwrights, scripts, inner-city, Taylor history, job search, careers, medicine, technology, music, sexual abuse, teaching, educational programs, Taylor World Outreach, TWO, Milo A. Rediger, Templeton Foundation, Christian Higher Education, honors, Rediger endowment fund, Bergwall Residence Hall, Youth Conference, AACTE, VCRs, campus bans, Student Life Committee, Wellness Fair, Parents’ Cabinet, Billy Gillham, Spiritual Renewal Week, Marriage Family & Singleness Week, sports, athletics, Trojans, track and field, softball, golf, baseball, Performing Artist Series, Zondervan library, David Dickey, malaria, William Taylor Foundation, Chuck Newman, David Brewer, Marilyn Brewer, campus physician, library director, Kenneth Taylor, graduation, commencement speaker, Swallow-Robin, Residence Halls, closed buildings, job openings, Wal-Mart, Christianity, Christian Higher Education, Taylor Theatre, The Crucible, Jessica Rousselow, responsibility, entertainment, education, campus art, The Hurl, Space Girp, The Flexing of Florida Part I, Parnassus, student writings, poetry, television, radio, campus media, WTUC, Echo, WTVT, Communication Arts department, electronic music, electronic instruments, Taylor Club, events, Sophomore Mugging, Senior Scoop, National Alumni Council, Presidents of the United States, Richard Wigginton Thompson, trustees, Kenneth Well, s Glee Club, brass bands, athletic director, firsts, WLBC-TV, Chapel Meditations, Medical Group Missions, missions, student development, career development, Taylor Career Network, TCN, faculty, faculty family, George Fenstermacher, Eloise (Abbey) Fenstermacher, poverty, Chicago, homeless, Austin Christian Law Center, ACLC, drug addiction, prostitution


Education | Higher Education


In this issue:

Précis by Kurt E. Bullock ’81, Editor

Exchange with Sheila (Solomon ’69) Beers, Leslie Duvall, Charles Hoffman ’49, Louis (Smith ’64) Minks, Kenneth E. Hoover ’31,

On Campus

President’s Message by Jay Kesler

A Peek Behind the Curtain by Jane Huntzinger ’90

The Crucible Still Tests An Audience’s Mettle by Jessica Rousselow, director

Imagination, Reality and Responsibility by Dr. Oliver F. Hubbard

Is Visual Art Dead in the Church? by Dr. Ray E. Bullock

Playwright by Thom Verratti ’90

Campus Media by Dr. Dale M. Jackson

Play It Again by Kurt E. Bullock ’81

Taylor Club

Tradition by Wesley Robinson ’50, Taylor University Historian

Alumni Spotlight featuring Willie Hunter ’64

Alumni Notes by Betty Freese, Class News Editor

Vista with Jayanne (Housholder ’87) Roggenbaum, Dorothy (Fenstermacher ’47) Villwock, and Rebecca Hubbard ’91

On stage, behind stage…

TAYLOR Magazine (Summer 1989)