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The Summer 1994 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.
missionaries, births, weddings, deaths, Taylor University, Alumni, sports, athletics, Trojans, Taylor Club, Taylor University-Forth Wayne, Devil’s Backbone, roads, technology, computers, culture, Indiana Medical History Museum, golf, Promise Keepers, Taylathon, honors, awards, faculty, Mark Cosgrove, Lilly Endowment, ethics, National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education, job openings, Performing Artists Series, grants, equipment, Zondervan Library, Rupp Communication Arts Center, Randall Environmental Studies Center, preservation, Upland, train depot, commencement, graduation, commencement ceremony, changes, Peter Heck, Dorothy Bond, Norman Yatooma, Russia, Nizhni Novgorod University, exchange programs, car accidents, student deaths, Jennafer Ruehlman, fires, Tim Winterholter, Anne Lee, basketball, baseball, Larry Winterholter, urban ministries program, social justice, Bill Pannell, infobahn, Internet, information technology, computer information systems, addictions, Multi-User Domain, MUD Object-Oriented, Moos, virtual reality, digital communication, gaming, introducing the Internet, Internet access, Internet impact, education, retiring faculty, Dan Yutzy, George Harrison, Tom Beers, University Archives, donations, Dale Heath, Ringenberg Archives, Samuel Edsall, Alfred Snead, Monroe Vayhinger, John Furbay, mastodon, excavations, archeology, Walker Museum, Kiwanis Circus, administration building fire, American Speed Association, sports evangelism, car racing, Herbert Lee, Jennie (Andrews) Lee, Bethel College, Gameliel Reeves, Jean Granitz, e-mail, class reunion, World War II, gifts, giving, James Coe, Ludmila Fyodorovna, firsts
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Taylor University, "Taylor: A Magazine for Taylor University Alumni and Friends (Summer 1994)" (1994). The Taylor Magazine (1963-Present). 97.