Monthly Archives: November 2006

On Temporary Assignment – Back Next Week

The grunge is attending a conference in Denver, CO. Will be back in action on the blog next week…unless the storm headed this way changes the travel plans. If it does, we’ll just talk Wabash from here… Meanwhile – Keep … Continue reading

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Mike Bachner ’70 Will Be Missed

When alumni return to campus after long periods away, they often comment on the many things that have changed and the things that have, to their comfort, remained timeless. The Chapel is one…the Mall is another…Forest Hall still another. Many … Continue reading

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Painting Celebrates Wabash Bonds

Mark Shreve ’04 and Jon Pactor ’71 flank the painting and artist, Kat Rohrbacher, at yesterday’s presentation. (Full story) The painting is a gift from the artist and the family of Ken Rudolph ’05. Ken, as many will recall, was … Continue reading

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Class of 1971 – Monon Bell Weekend

Several members of the Class of 1971, together with some close friends, returned for the Monon Bell game and then later (in photo) got together for dinner at a local restaurant. In the picture: Jon Pactor ’71, Dave Ault ’70, … Continue reading

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These Little Giants Make Me Proud

Henry Tucker, son of Mike Tucker ’93, is almost a normal, growing 5 year old. Except for one thing – he has cancer. Henry needs a bone marrow transplant. Thanks to the generosity of the Sphinx Club and Student Senate, … Continue reading

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Thad and Polly Seymour Were Here

President Thad H’78 and Polly (r) Seymour were in town this past weekend for the Monon Bell game and for the induction of Fran Hollett H’85 (l) into the Wabash Athletics Hall of Fame. †The entire weekend was a great … Continue reading

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Carol Runge – Wabash Football Fan

That’s Carol Runge working at the Denison tailgate long before the tailgate was set to begin. She always makes sure there plenty of food (in this case home made chicken noodle soup), snacks, veggies, home made brownies, etc. All that … Continue reading

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