Monthly Archives: December 2005

Clear But Cold…and Windy

Hollett Stadium…last week…cold, windy and empty.  Won’t be long though…only 255 more days until the first home game.  Just around the corner, as they say…      

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Wabash Annual Fund – The Giving “Bio Van”

The Wabash Annual Fund. It isn’t ground breaking, glamorous, fast or exciting. You don’t put your name on it anywhere. The Annual Fund is very straightforward – it’s used every year for common but important work. Every single dollar of … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas from Grunge and Carol

The Christmas Season is a time to reflect on faith, family, and friends.  All of life’s challenges take a back seat to the pure joy and happiness that comes this time of the year. Regardless of your faith, Carol and … Continue reading

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If the Suit Fits…

Scott Crawford and Stephanie Hopkins, the leadership team in our Schroeder Center for Career Development (SCC), have started a neat program…a suit exchange. But it’s more than suits…it shirts…ties…even shoes. The idea is simple and straightforward. When one of our … Continue reading

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General Earl Johnson ’38

Here I sit trying to organize a boat load of photo CDs scattered all over my desk.  In the process I came across a CD marked only as “Punk” – sent to me months ago.  It immediately took me back … Continue reading

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Pretty Quiet Around Here

Tuesday Morning, December 20, 2005…about 7:30 AM.  Temperature – 10 degrees! (F) The picture is of our Beta House…if you look closely, you’ll see one light on in a room…the rest are stairwells. It’s always interesting at Christmas breaks.  The … Continue reading

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Volunteer For Wabash

Classmate Mike Dill ’71 (Oklahoma) volunteers for Wabash as our Chairman of the Annual Fund, in Admissions and with the Schroeder Center for Career Development.  Lee Cline ’66 (Mississippi) is a powerful volunteer force for Admissions throughout the South.  Parents Bill … Continue reading

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