Monthly Archives: March 2006

Class of 1899 Update

Beth Swift reports that the "planter" is actually a fountain presented to the College by the Class of 1899. †In the late 1800s, several of the classes tried to present something of lasting structure to the College. †The fountain, pictured … Continue reading

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Have You Seen This?

I was walking behind the Chapel last Saturday on my way to our Annual Scholarship Luncheon.  As an "Oh, by the way" that luncheon brings scholarship donors together with the recipients – it’s a great affair! As I rounded the … Continue reading

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The Rest of the Story

No, it’s wasn’t a 4" by 4" "growing" – simply a temporary sign warning on-coming traffic of the construction at the Phi Psi house.                

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You Can Help Wabash Students…By Playing Golf!

That’s right – you can help our students by taking a little time out of your busy day to play golf.  Sound to good to be true?  Not so.  Here’s the information from our friends in the Schroeder Center for … Continue reading

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Brian Shinkle – No Wonder He Won!

In January, I told you Brian Shinkle ’85 was in the primary to run for Circuit Judge.  Well…he won!  His lovely wife Lorie let me know and also sent this picture of Brian’s campaign managers, Victoria and Thomas.   With … Continue reading

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New Building Materials Process Discovered

In response to the ever-increasing cost of on-campus construction, some bright, energetic Wabash men have discovered a relatively low cost method of "growing" building materials.  In the photo you see a 4" by 4" growing out of a recycled paint … Continue reading

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Tom Fisher ’91 Argues Before Supreme Court

Tom Fisher ’91, Solicitor General of Indiana, recently argued a case before the US Supreme Court. Greg Castanias ’87, who has also been in front of the highest court in the land, sent this report. "Tom was marvelous today in … Continue reading

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