Monthly Archives: June 2007

You Can Open a Door…or Finish the Walkway

This picture is all about Wabash. One of our pathways lacks a single brick. It’s one of the many brick pathways on campus. There are two approaches to this very slight imperfection. One is to say that the path is … Continue reading

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Phil Gutwein ’96 Appointed to Board

Phil Gutwein, Wabash Class of 1996, has been named to the Indiana Benefits Conference board of directors. An associate at Baker & Daniels, Gutwein concentrates his legal practice in employment benefits law, representing employers and fiduciaries in plan design, tax … Continue reading

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Charlie Lytle ’53 Elected to Leadership Position

Dr. Charles Lytle (’53) has been elected president of the North Carolina Academy of Science. Charlie has previously served the academy in several positions, including seven years as Executive Director of the NC Student Academy of Science, an organization that … Continue reading

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Who Is Kreager?

Not sure who the guy named Kreager is. Obviously, he’s pretty important as he has his own set of construction materials going into the new Delt house.

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Mark Stuaan ’78 Receives Appointment

Barnes & Thornburg Partner and Wabash College class agent Mark Stuaan was recently appointed by the president of the Seventh Circuit Bar Association to serve as general chair of the Committee on Criminal Law and Procedure for 2007-2008. Stuaan is a … Continue reading

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Oops

Well, you have two story options here. One is the old Sigma Chi house got tired of being disassembled and took it out on the "attackers" or The crew accidently discovered where the Sigma Chi wine cellar was located…  

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New Book by Fred Whitmer ’69

West LegalWorks has published Fred Whitmer’s new book, Litigation Is War, which describes an application of the strategy of von Clausewitz to litigation strategy. From the review of the book: "Based on Carl von Clausewitz’ On War and other sources, … Continue reading

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