Monthly Archives: February 2008

Brian Burdick ’91 – Another Indiana Super Lawyer

Barnes and Thornburg just reported than Brian Burdick ’91 was also selected as an Indiana Super Lawyer for 2008. While some might believe the world has more than enough lawyers, the refreshing part is that Wabash educates many fine young … Continue reading

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Sharing Leadership Tips At Wabash

Mike Raters ’85, Associate Dean of Students, is teaching a Freshman Tutorial this semester focusing on leadership. As a segment of that class, Mike invited some Wabash faculty and staff members, leaders themselves on campus, to discuss their thoughts on … Continue reading

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Wabash In Costa Rica

That’s Alan Stolz ’53 on the left and Jim Twomey ’54 on the right. Alan and his wife Gail visited Jim and Bivina Twomey not long ago. Jim and his wife run a Bed and Breakfast in Costa Rica – … Continue reading

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Wabash Alumni Named 2008 Super Lawyers

Mike Eckerle ’74 (left) and Dennis Cantrell ’82 (below) have been named 2008 Indiana Super Lawyers. Both men practice law at the noted Indianapolis firm, Bingham McHale. “Indiana Super Lawyers” is a joint venture between Law & Politics Magazine and … Continue reading

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Meet the Coaches

Coach John Weitz (above), whose swim team just returned from the NCAC tournament having broken through the 1,000 point barrier, talks about his coaching background. †Coach Weitz spoke to a full house at the weekly Faculty and staff luncheon held … Continue reading

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Mike Munday ’11 And Family Receive Award

Mike Munday ’11, his parents Michael and Rachel Witt, and Mike’s siblings were recently named the Lafayette, Indiana YMCA Volunteer Family of the Year. The Lafayette YMCA is a big operation, serving more than 5,000 people in the community. Don … Continue reading

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Give Me A “W” – Bob Rogers ’51

At Wabash, when the students sense one of our teams needs a little lift, they start chanting: “Wabash Always Fights!” It works and our guys usually respond. Another tradition, if you will, is spelling our W..A..B..A..S..H. It starts with something … Continue reading

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