Monthly Archives: January 2007

Robert Boarman ’08 Joins NAWM Board

The board of directors of the National Association of Wabash Men (NAWM) welcomed a new student representative at the January meeting held last weekend. Board president Jay Fisher ’66 welcomed Robert Boarman to the group. Robert is a junior at … Continue reading

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Celebrating Student Research

Senior Sam Borrelli, who hails from Bristol, Indiana, explains his research project to Debbie Wilson, Trustee Fred Wilson ’69, and Trustee Larry Hutchison ’63. Sam’s effort addressed "The Impact of Legal Immigration on Hourly Wages", a timely and important subject. … Continue reading

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Wabash Alumni Gathering This Weekend – Miami!

Tim Oakes ’86 and Lu Hamilton ’76 tell me they are headed to the Super Bowl this coming weekend. Great, I said – tongue firmly in cheek. Why didn’t they think to ask me to go along… Anyway, if you … Continue reading

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Wow! What a Weekend!

It was a great Wabash weekend by any measure. And the real beauty of it is that every event, every function celebrated the history and traditions of Wabash while imagining what the future might hold. The Fine Arts program Thursday … Continue reading

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History In The Making

This year Wabash will celebrate its 175th year. In all those years, we’ve only had 15 presidents…15!!! Wabash men always hold "their president " in high regard. This weekend we’ll celebrate the Inauguration of our 15th president – Pat White. … Continue reading

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It Can’t Be Said Any Better!

The following is the text of an email sent to Ray LaDriere ’78, a member of the NAWM board of directors, from a Wabash friend: "Funny the older I get the more I value the Wabash experience and particularly as … Continue reading

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Going to Costa Rica?

If you are tired of the snow and cold weather and you’re wanting to get away, you might take alumnus Jim Twomey ’54 up on his offer in beautiful Costa Rica. Jim recently moved there from the state of Washington … Continue reading

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