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Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Jul 1987

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this issue:

The Pulse of a Pioneer by Michael F. Reger ‘79

Joy and Celebration Value of Life by Mark Cosgrove

A Change of Heart by Dwight Fetzer ‘89

But I’m Only 37! by Connie Griffin

Fitness/Wellness: The Christian’s Response by Larry Winterholter ’64, Associate Professor of Physical Education

Homecoming 1987

On and Off Campus

Class News

Student Development and Services Vice President Named

Strategic Planning Council Formed


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Apr 1987

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this issue:

Editor’s Note by Kurt E. Bullock ‘81

Israel by Michelle Donaldson ‘88

China by Phil Sommerville ‘80

Russia by Mark Willis ‘91

England by Rochelle Mano ‘88

Basketball

Recent Events

Engstroms Honored

Ten Years of Affirmation


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Jan 1987

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this issue:

A Fashionable Weekend by Kurt Bullock ‘81

“…And What A Weekend It Was.” with Marjorie Bill, Coreen Zoromski, Roland Sumney, LaRita Boren, Scott Hafeman, Stephen Beulter

Commitment to Slay the Goliaths by Jay L. Kesler ‘58

Challenge and Thanksgiving with John A. Bernbaum, Lewis S. Salter, John W. Ryan, Richard G. Lugar, William R. Ponko, Elwood H. “Bud” Hillis, Jim Wierenga, Edward E. Dinse, Scott J. Hafemann, Robert R. Rice, P.J. “Pat” Zondervan

A Sort of Homecoming

University News

Class News

Parents’ Weekend

Fred Bock Receives Honorary Doctorate


Taylor Magazine, Taylor University Apr 1986

Taylor Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this issue:

Alumni Survey

Backing Her Words with Facts by Wendy Koons, Director of Placement

‘Is Taylor a Good Place to Be?” by Vance Maloney, Director of Testing

Alumni Association

George Glass

Marketing Taylor

On and Off Campus

Class News

Alumni Quiz


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Apr 1985

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this issue:

The President Resigns

The Administrative Cabinet

Annette Shipley and Rob Muthiah by Tamara Hinman ‘84

The Perimeter Trip Rolls On and On

The Psychologists

Celebration Service for the Life of Wilbur M. Cleveland

On and Off Campus

Class News

The Acting President Will Take Action


Taylor Magazine, Taylor University Jan 1985

Taylor Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this issue:

Will Cleveland by Barb Stedman ‘80

Perimeter Trip by Kurt E. Bullock ’81, Director of Publications

Jim Bushur

Business Department

On and Off Campus

Class News

Of Final Note


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Oct 1984

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this Issue:

The Big Time A Family Time by Joan M. Anderson ‘85

A Renewal Time

Two Georges

Now is Your Time to Win

The Admissions Process an interview with Wynn Lembright, Dean of Admissions

Dr. Elmer Nussbaum editorial reprinted from the Marion Chronicle-Tribune

Faculty Publications

Campaign for Taylor University

On and Off Campus

Alumni in the News

Class News

Artist Creates Taylor Montage


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Apr 1984

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this Issue:

Our Being Here is a Miracle by Barbara Stedman ‘80

Sammy Sheltered by the King by Barbara Stedman ‘80

The Bright Side

Latin America: A Gargantuan Task by Russell and Dorothy Van Vleet ‘48

Job Placement Doesn’t Just Happen by Joan Anderson ‘85

The Great Evangelical Disaster

Taylor Clubs

On and Off Campus

Class News

The Presidents’ Associates


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Oct 1983

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this Issue:

We Survived Our Personal Holocaust by Mike Sonnenberg

Soul Searching by Rev. Riley B. Case

Integrity by Ted Engstrom ‘38

New Graduation Requirements in General Education at Taylor University by Dr. Ken Swan

First Class

Alumni in the News

Faculty Publications 1982-83 Academic Year

Newman on the Team

Class News

We Want to Work for You


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Jul 1983

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this Issue:

Reflections on a Steam Iron by Marsha (Eklund) Geddes ‘64

What Are You Going to Do After You Graduate? by Barbara Stedman ‘80

A Leader in Preparing Leaders by Brenda McCollum ‘87

Music in the Christian World by Barbara Stedman ‘80

God Loves Beauty by Richard J. Stanislaw

Mike Reger: He Fills A Vacuum by Judith Terrill-Breuer

You Can Have an Influence by Charles Stevens ‘67

On and Off Campus

From the Courtroom to the QE-2 by June C. (Meredith) Ross ‘46

Taylor Club Schedule

Class News

Presidents’ Associates


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Jan 1983

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this Issue:

Exploiting Technology for Christian Service by Barb Stedman ‘80

Artificial Intelligence by the Editor, Will Cleveland ‘49

Bob Craton: Missionary-in-Residence by Barb Stedman ‘80

Who’s Who in Taylor’s Computerland

Dr. Luke’s Formula for Growth by James Oliver, M.D., Health Services Director

Pictorial—The Music Building

Alumni in the News

Multiplying Generosity by Charles Stevens ‘67

Motivated to Make a Difference by Marjorie Gowman ‘83

Class News

On and Off

Campus Merit Scholarships


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Oct 1982

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Barbara Stedman ’80 Assistant Editor

In this Issue:

When History and Hope Intersect by Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

A Small Word from God by Dr. Oswald Hoffman

The Inauguration

We’re Excited by Scott Cox

All Aboard by Dr. Elmer Nussbaum ’49

The Precious Asset by Dr. James Taylor ’62

Small But Proud by John Paul Porter ’69

An Important Difference by Elwood Hillis

Crisis: The Measure of a Leader by Dr. Hudson Armerding

The Era of Great Commitment by Dr. Wesley Duewel

Shaping Taylor’s Destiny by Donald Jacobsen

Clear Vision for a Critical Journey ...


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Oct 1982

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this Issue:

Pain: A Cosmic Anomaly? by Bob Griffin

I Gave Up Nothing for Everything by Johanna Stark ‘82

A Kendall Glows by Barbara Stedman ‘80

Finding Jobs for Teachers by Marian Kendall

Exploits for God by Barbara Stedman ‘80

Taylor Clubs Gain Momentum

On Becoming Wolf-Proof by John Davis ‘76

On and Off Campus

Class News

Presidents’ Associates

Dedicated Service by Gerald D. Oliver


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Jul 1982

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

In this Issue:

A False Sense of Inferiority by Dr. William Ringenberg ’61

My Stress Test by Will Cleveland ’49, Editor

Heart Attack Risk Factors by James Oliver (’52) M.D., University Physician

God Gives A Song

A New Lease on Life in Bullhead City - Reprinted from the Arizona Republic

A Vision of Meaning by Robin Chernenko ’81

Burton Opper Passes Away

The Health Center

The Longest Weekend by Lynn Trapp

Fletch and Epha by Dale L. Thompson

Taking Taylor To Alumni

On and Off Campus

Black History Month by Penny James ’82

A Vital Link by Charles Stevens, Director ...


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Jul 1981

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Barbara Stedman ’80 Assistant Editor

In this Issue:

No More Encores by Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Spiritual Leadership by Gregg O. Lehman, President

Help Us Find These Lost Alumni

Rediger Leads Final Commencement by Barbara Stedman ’80

Beyond Requirements by Barbara Stedman ’80

A Crucial Choice by John Vayhinger ’37

Coming Events

Helen “Rip” Gorrell by Barbara Stedman ’80

The Legacy of John and Catherine Diggs

Jacobsen Elected Chairman of Board of Trustees

Class News

On and Off Campus

How Will the 1981 Estate and Gift Tax Changes Affect Your Plans? (Giving ad)


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Jan 1981

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Barbara Stedman ’80 Assistant Editor

In this Issue:

New Anti-Authority by Dr. Harry Blamiers

Rube Goldberg, Step Aside

The New TWO: Making a Difference in the ‘80s by Barbara Stedman ’80

Alumni in the News

I Was Cured of the Incurable by Amy (Krueger) Spillers ’71

TARS: The Personal Touch by Barbara Stedman ’80

Class News

Lily Haakonsen

Let’s Hear It For the Consumer

Planning Your Financial Future? (Giving ad)


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Oct 1980

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Barbara Stedman ’80 Assistant Editor

In this Issue:

Dr. Fry’s Incorrigible Bent Toward Enjoyment by William Fry

Southern California Spectacular (Trojan Club Alumni Trip ad)

The Environmental Crisis: The New Ethical Dilemma by Barbara Stedman

Ecological Absurdity by Dr. Edwin R. Squiers

A Total Reorientation by Dr. Hans Schwarz

Scarcity - The Keynote by Dr. Stewart Ensign

The Real Energy Crisis by Dr. Vernon J. Ehlers

Credibility and Conscience by Dr. Orin G. Gelderloos

The Use of Nature in Advertising by Dr. Henry Aay

Skewed Emphasis on Man’s Abilities by Dr. Loren E. Wilkinson

They ...


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Apr 1980

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Lenetta Pratt Managing Editor

In this Issue:

Challenge of the Decade by Jessie R. Rousselow, Mark Cosgrove, Richard Squires, Philip Loy, Dale Heath, William J. Hill, and Wally Roth

For Those Who Think Young by Laurie Robinson Turnow ’77

The Right Mix

Howard Taylor Heads Alumni Program

The Rice Collection: America’s Finest by Robert A. Cotner ’58

Becki Strives for Balance

On and Off Campus

A Week in the Life of a Microsurgeon

Letters by Marilyn (Hay) Habecker ’69 and Terry and Shirley Snyder ’68

Class News

A Great Friend by the Editor


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Oct 1979

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Lenetta Pratt Managing Editor

In this Issue:

Christian Excellence by Ted W. Engstrom ’38, Vice President, World Vision

In Memory of Jim

Some of Our Best Mothers Are Women! by Martha Brose Brelje ’61

Wonderland Campus by Kurt Bullock ’81

“Tried By Fire” by Richard Lauder, Staff Writer, Nyack Journal-News

Gordon Krueger: The Chemistry Was Right! by Barbara Stedman ’80, Staff Writer

On and Off Campus

Evan H. Berwall, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Fund Established

Class News

For You: A Rewarding Opportunity (Giving ad)


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Apr 1979

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Lenetta Pratt Managing Editor

In this Issue:

Honoring A Legend

Convincing Advocate by Hugh Freese ’34

A Christian Gentleman by Dr. Henry Schweiger

You Left An Impression by Francis Davis

A Special Gift by Dr. Paul Gentile ’52

A Real incentive by Gary Friesen ’75

Sent From God by Norm Cook ’51

Not Retiring by Roger Jenkinson ’60

Thankful for Memories by George Glass ’58

Odle: A Forty Year Love Affair by Don Odle

My Quest For Faith by Malcolm Muggeridge

Have You Antennas Removed by Malcolm Muggeridge

Super Test Reprinted from the Echo

A Commitment ...


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Jan 1979

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

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 ...


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Oct 1978

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Lenetta Pratt Managing Editor

In this Issue:

Believe the Bubbles by Mark Cosgrove

Probe An Unguided Tour as told to Laurie Robinson Turnow ’77

God Really Was There by John Enright

He Wears Two Hats by Jerry Miller, Marion Chronicle-Tribune Staff Writer

Mixed Impressions by Inge (Madson) Pabst ’48

On and Off Campus

“Getting My Brain Working Again” from The Los Angeles Times

A Gift For Detroit by Helen (Hall) Stapleton ’34

The Taylor Essence by Robert Cotner

Common Ground by Woody Lippincott

Class News

Custom “Taylor-ed”… (Taylor merchandise ad)

Is A Charitable Gift Annuity Right ...


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Apr 1978

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Lenetta Pratt Managing Editor

In this Issue:

Learning to Fly by Dr. Edwin R. Squiers, Assistant Professor of Biology

The Last Hurrah!

The Perils of Evangelical Popularity by Forrest J. Boyd, Baccalaureate Speaker

Something Special by Robert A. Cotner, Coordinator of Alumni/Community Affairs

Terror in Zaire by Jack Houston, Religion editor, The Chicago Tribune

An Uncommon Event

Triumvirate

A Hodgepodge of Goals by Jane Kennedy, Staff Writer for the Marion Chronicle-Tribune

“All I Have Left Is What I Gave Away”

The Poetess Ate Fig Bars by Jerry Miller, Staff Writer for the Marion Chronicle-Tribune

Alumni ...


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Jan 1978

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Lenetta Pratt Managing Editor

In this Issue:

Music: What it is—What it isn’t! by Dr. Robert Antonian, Assistant Professor of Music

Ugliness, Beauty and Pain by Dr. Paul Brand, Contemporary Christian Series Lecturer

On And Off Campus

Number 30 Rides Again! by Number 30, sometimes known as Anonymous ’49

Playing Games With God by the Reverend William J. Hill, Director of Student Ministries

Images And Realities! by Leeand Ruth (Dixon) Truman ’52

A “New” Heart For A Big-Hearted Coach by Chuck Landis, Marion Chronicle-Tribune, Sports Correspondent

The Taylor Essence by Robert Cotner, Coordinator of ...


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Oct 1977

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Lenetta Pratt Managing Editor

In this Issue:

Reaching for a Renaissance An Editorial

Moral Education

Letter by Robert Tressler and Mary Tressler

Words of Wisdom by Henry G. Bellamy ’05

Fear, Fun, and Fantasy by the Reverend William J. Hill, Director of Student Ministries

Pillars of Gas by Day, Pillars of Smoke by Night by “anoymous” ’49

Where Are They?

Sign in Please by Jerry Miller, Staff Writer, Marion Chronicle-Tribune

On And Off Campus

The Beauty of the People by Robert Cotner, Coordinator of Alumni Community Affairs

Class News

Colorado Rockies (Alumni Trip ad)

Winning—A ...


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Apr 1977

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Lenetta Pratt Assistant to the Editor

In this Issue:

We’ll Have to Bite Some Bullets by Jerry Miller, Staff Writer, Marion Chronicle-Tribune

An Imperfect History of the Diploma by “anonymous ’49”

How Do You Describe A Mountain To a Fetus an on-campus interview with Joseph Bayly

Everyone is Terminal excerpts from an interview with Dr. Adolph Hansen ’59 by Thomas R. Keating, Indianapolis Star

Taylor Clubs Meet Across the Country

The Split-Second Touch by Dan Boyd ’69

On And Off Campus

The Nellie Smith Memorial Organ Dedication Ceremony

Senior Recognition Baccalaureate Commencement, 1977

Living and ...


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Jan 1977

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Lenetta Pratt Managing Editor

In this Issue:

Not Even the Smell of Smoke!

Transcendental Meditation: Serenity or Idolatry? by the Reverend Raymond Buker, Conservative Baptist Missions Department

How Many Can YOU Answer?

Interlude in Academe

Jumping Off!

To the Class of ’26 On It’s 50th Reunion by the Reverend Raymond Squire

Alaska is a Myth by Paul Nussbaum ’74, News Editor, Anchorage Daily News

Where Are They?

New Testament Backgrounds (Alumni Seminar ad)

Class News

1976 Tax Reform and You (Giving ad)


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Oct 1976

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

Lenetta Pratt, Class News Editor

In this Issue:

A Queen Without a Kingdom

Some Things are Right with America by Bob Sudomier, Staff Writer, Detroit News

Thank You Miss Mengle and Others by The Reverend Norman L. Marden ’49

The Company of the Uncommitted by The Reverend William J. Hill

What were you doing at 4:07 February 4th? by James Comstock ’51

No Time to Sit and Sun by Carla Freed, Michigan State University News Bulletin

A Very Average Guy

Coming Events

Sports News

He’s in a New Ball Game by Rick Koselke, Sports ...


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Apr 1976

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

In this Issue:

Drum Beat ’76 by Dr. Milo A. Rediger

The Celebration (Concert schedule ad)

Idolatry and Ultimates by Dr. David A. Hubbard, President of Fuller Theological Seminary

A Miracle by James H. Barnes Jr.

Here We Stand by Dr. Milo A. Rediger ’39

Self Disciplined by the Reverend Reuben Short ’39

Taylor Club News

Christians Anonymous by the Reverend William J. Hill, Director of Student Ministries

A Chapter Ends

The Benediction by Dr. Maurice Culver

Apples That Bear Fruit

Class News

Should I Plan My Estate? (Giving ad)


Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University Jan 1976

Taylor University Magazine, Taylor University

The Taylor Magazine

Will Cleveland ’49 Editor

In this Issue:

Caring Enough to Confront by The Reverend William Hill, Director of Student Ministries

The Celebration (Traveling Concert ad)

Courage on a Golf Cart

Is There Life After Life? by Jay Kesler ’58 from Campus Life Magazine Used by permission

The Lady Learns a Lesson

Ten Plagues or a Soft Voice by Dr. Elmer Nussbaum, Professor of Physics and Director of Research and Special Training

Alumni In The News

Class Agents Strength Alumni Program

My Spiritual Struggle by Elizabeth Waldrop, sophomore

Announcements

Should I Plan My Estate? (Giving ad)