Monthly Archives: November 2005

Wabash Athletics Hall of Fame

What do Doc Elliott ’13, Pete Metzelaars ’82, Bill Locker ’60 and Roger Busch ’96 have in common? All of them are in the Wabash College Athletics Hall of Fame. The National Association of Wabash Men (NAWM) will identify inductees … Continue reading

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Wabash vs. DePauw – Nov 30, 7:30 PM

Your Little Giants will host the DePauw Tigers tomorrow evening, Wednesday, December 30, 2005, at 7:30 PM in Chadwick Court.  My instincts tell me the Monon Bell just might make an appearance.     Come on out and cheer your … Continue reading

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Wabash Football – All in the Family

The football season didn’t end the way we wanted…but then again, only one team in each division gets to say that it went they way they planned! By any measure, it was a great season.  Many things made the season … Continue reading

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Wabash Legends

Two legendary Wabash professors, Vic Powell H’55 and Joe O’Rourke H’65, braved the cold weather to cheer on the Little Giants at the playoff game against Capital University. I can’t even begin to imagine the impact these two have had … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving from the crew here in the Hays Alumni Center – Mike Warren, Michele Tatar, Heather Bazzani, and yours truly.   It’s only when we look around that we realize how fortunate we are. Wabash has never been stronger … Continue reading

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Russ Fires Them Up!

It’s not some long tunnel leading into an 80,000 seat stadium.  It doesn’t matter.  When the Little Giants run on to the field from beneath Hollett Stadium’s home stands, the emotion is exactly the same. Here Wabash’s quarterback Russ Harbaugh … Continue reading

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Steve Hoffman ’85 – Radio Personality

Many of you know Steve "Hoff" Hoffman ’85. †In many ways, he’s been a "Mr. Everything" at Wabash. Quarterback as a student…football coach…golf coach…now a Senior Major Gifts Officer in the Office of Advancement. He’s also a member of the … Continue reading

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