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The Fall 1986 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.

Publication Date

Fall 1986


Taylor University




missionaries, births, weddings, deaths, Taylor University, Alumni, Pat and Mary Zondervan Library, Pat Zondervan, Mary Zondervan, servanthood, service, Zondervan Library, new buildings, dedications, library, student body president, change, history, historians, new president, inauguration, Jay Kesler, schedules, homecoming, Taylor Club, gifts, donations, University Archives, Ringenberg Archives and Special Collections, special collections, archives, fires, Art and Theatre building, campus, campus buildings, callings, financial aid, Swallow Robin, Taylor University Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne Bible College, Fort Wayne Female College, Christian higher education, higher education, history of Taylor University, influences, Rice Bell Tower, H. Maria Wright Hall, Garnet Rice, Raymond Rice, Dairy Queen, Rice Collection, photography, Engstrom Galleria, Little Theater, Helena Memorial Hall, David Jackson, arson, faculty, student projects, computers, Elwood Hillis, Congressional Papers, Elwood Hillis Collection


Education | Higher Education


In this issue:

Taylor’s Heritage Opens a New Chapter by Dr. Jay L. Kesler ‘58

A Basis for Change by Jim Wierenga ‘87

‘Far and White Her Fame is Spreading…’ by William c. Ringenberg ‘61

A Frontis Page for the Chapters Ahead

Servants Do Not Stand on Pedistals

Fire Ravages Art & Theatre Building

Congressional Papers Donated to Taylor University

Taylor Club Schedule Through November 21

Class News

Homecoming, Inauguration, Dedication Schedule

Taylor University Magazine (Fall 1986)