Monthly Archives: June 2006

Grunge on Vacation

I needed a photo that would make Wabash alumni, parents, and friends smile. Thought of many but this one probably works as well as any. (I almost used a shot of a couple of 492nd Tactical Fighter Squadron F-111s…but that … Continue reading

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Our Wabash – Keep It Strong

During every Big Bash weekend, the Pioneer Chapel is seldom empty. Virtually every alumnus back swings through for a few brief moments. I am sure there are many reasons for the short-but-important visits. I also know that the timeless nature … Continue reading

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Some Little Giants

That’s Major Jay Rice ’86 and Major John South ’95 pictured with a senior Afghan Officer…somewhere in Afghanistan. Jay and John have been stationed together for their entire time in Afghanistan – it’s a small Wabash world. Jay and John … Continue reading

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The Big Bash – A Time To share Memories

Another place that is becoming a popular place for photos is in front of the larger-than-life College Seal. The Seal is located on the exterior Chadwick Court wall about halfway between the Armory and the Allen Center front doors. I … Continue reading

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Class Chapel Sing – Another Option

Jon Pactor, class agent for the class of 1971, had a good idea for the Class Chapel Sing competition at the Big Bash. He had t-shirts made up with "Wabash College, Little Giants" on the front and had the first … Continue reading

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50th Reunion Medallions

The 50th Reunion Medallions are an interesting item. On the surface, they aren’t earth-shattering by any stretch. Simple design. Simple ribbon. College Seal. But it isn’t the medallion – it’s what it represents to the guys and family members. It’s … Continue reading

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The Bash – A Family Affair

The Big Bash is, first and foremost, a chance to get together with old friends and swap tales of yesteryear. It’s also a time for families to get a chance to see where Dad went to College. I caught this … Continue reading

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