Monthly Archives: September 2007

Coach Creighton – He Leaves No Doubt!

Some call it passion. Some call it intensity. Some call it drive. Whatever you call it Coach Creighton, or “CC”, has it. He loves football. He loves Wabash. He forms friendships with these young men that last well beyond their … Continue reading

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I Love Chapel Sing

I love Chapel Sing…I guess because of the before and after. Look at the photo of Cal Black ’66 in the photo album – that’s says it pretty well. The before? A bunch of recent high school graduates. The after? … Continue reading

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Where the Betas Are

…there will be Chapel Sing. I can’t recall the Betas ever winning, but they are always the first on the scene. Took this picture bright and early this morning, long before Chapel Sing will start.  There they were halfway between … Continue reading

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John Flanagan ’66 – Achieving New Heights!

That’s John Flanagan ’66 with his son Keith at the top of Mt. St. Helen last month. John and Keith trained and climbed the south approach as a father-son adventure. The mountain erupted on the north side and is still … Continue reading

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Sgt. John Jefferson ’97 – Award Winner

John Jefferson, Wabash Class of 1997, was recently named Linguist of the Year in the United States Army. John, a History, French, and English triple major, is fluent in Arabic, Polish, French, Latin, and German and is currently teaching himself … Continue reading

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Bob Armstrong ’74 – Send a Prayer His Way

Bob Armstrong was one of those Washington, DC area alumni who really helped us launch the Jim Graham ’65 Externship Program a couple of years ago. During the initial year of the program, Bob took on two externs. Those young … Continue reading

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Ashraf Haidari ’01 – Global Difference Maker

I had the opportunity to talk with Ashraf Haidari ’01 briefly at the dinner to welcome the Whites to Washington. Ashraf works for his native Afghanistan at the Embassy in Washington. Over the last several years, he’s attained a masters … Continue reading

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