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The Winter 1996 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.







Publication Date

Winter 1996


Taylor University




missionaries, births, weddings, deaths, Taylor University, Alumni, sports, athletics, Trojans, Taylor Club, alumni gatherings, Taylor University-Forth Wayne, 150th anniversary, Taylor history, celebrations, birthdays, Samuel Morris, sculptures, campus art, Walter Randall, teaching, educators, higher education, Christian colleges, chapel speakers, Jill Briscoe, Spritiual Renewal Week, US News and World Report, William Taylor Foundation, honors, awards, summer programs, faculty deaths, Robert Freese, Iris Abbey, oldest alumni, Homecoming, Daniel Yutzy, car accidents, Bishop William Taylor, walking stick, Taylor staff, grants, National Science Foundation, Doug Marlow, job openings, Homecoming Hostel, Prince Kaboo, Liberia, Francis Kateh, speakers, Sesquicentennial, Samuel Morris Sesquicentennial sculpture, Richard Schmitz, ceremonies, events, The Moment of Truth, Heeding the Call, Sharing the Word, Angel in Ebony, student biography, alumni biography, faculty biography, Randall Environmental Center, Randall Environmental Studies Center, science, faith and learning, medicine, Randall Endowed Research Fund, Colleague’s College, Faye Chechowich, Christian Higher Education, faculty support, faculty training, David Slaughter, Susan (Johnson) Littlejohn, H. Royce Mitchell, Joyce Mitchell, Lois Weed, G. Roselyn (Baugh) Kerlin, Steve Change, Gerald Klinefelter, Gladys (Brown) Klinefelter, Jay Kesler, Chorale, concert tours, Bob Lay, New Faculty, Jeremy Case, Robert Davis, Edward Meadors, Laurel Gnagey, Jennifer Little, Frank Pianki, prairie restoration, Scholarship Recognition Dinner, scholarships, financial aid, donors, donations, Sesquicentennial celebration, Dorris Reynolds, Edith (Ross) Reynolds, Family Weekend, American Chaplaincy Training School, prison ministry, Criminal Justice, volleyball, soccer, tennis, cross country, Murage Njoroge, Natalie Steele, Gretchen Newhouse, Heather Pickerell, Bill Silva, J. J. Guedet, Ben Suriano, Don Taylor, football, basketball, Tena Krause, Steve Brooks, National Alumni Council, alumni trips


Education | Higher Education


In this issue:

Prècis by Dr. Jay Kesler, President

In Brief

In His Steps by Doug Marlow ‘81

The Molding of a Legend by Doug Marlow ‘81 with Kenneth Rydên

A Tribute to Dr. Walter Randall

Lighting the Way by Randy Dillinger ’95

An Opportunity to Gain by David E. Euler, PhD ’73

My Mentor’s Mantle by Charles L. Webber, Jr. PhD ’69

That the Light Should Still Burn by Doug Marlow ‘81

Out of the Overflow by Stephen Bedi ’65 and Dwight Jessup

Honor Due Their Name by Mary (Cleveland) Songer ‘78

On Campus



Taylor Family

Alumni Notes

Taylor: A Magazine for Taylor University Alumni and Friends (Winter 1996)