Monthly Archives: May 2008

Jim Roper ’68 – A Liberal Arts Guy

My good friend Glen Morangie* and I had a long chat last night about a mutual friend, Jim Roper ’68. Jim is the class agent for the class of 1968 and one of those guys responsible for the tremendous turnout … Continue reading

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It’s A Tough Job, But…

Howard W. Hewitt – I thought I’d give the Grunge a break as he counts down to Big Bash and provide him with a blog entry! There is so much preparation that goes on behind the scenes for our annual … Continue reading

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Little Did We Know

Last year we had a few members of the class of 1968 (pictured are the Krafts, Millikins, and Jim Roper) back for the Big Bash – they were checking it out. They had a chance to see the Class of … Continue reading

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Class of 1968 – These Guys Are Good

The Class of 1968 has their own reunion web site – http://wabash68.org/. It’s the best one I have ever seen for any reunion here. But that’s not all. As of yesterday, following the close of the reunion registration, they had … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Weekend

For many, it’s the first big weekend of summer. Of course, with gas at $4.00 a gallon, that may mean a closer-to-home weekend. For many of us at Wabash, its a big, deep breath between Commencement and the Big Bash. … Continue reading

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Summers – Experience, Learning, and Fun

Wabash rising senior Wade Heiny ’09 was featured recently on the cover of the Marion, Indiana newspaper. Wade is serving as an assistant manager with the Marion Water Park, called Splash House. It might seen like a laid back summer … Continue reading

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Big Bash 2008 – John Banghart ’58 Will Be Here

That’s my friend John Banghart ’58 at last year’s Glee Club Reunion. By all accounts, he and his friends had a great time. John’s spent the past year as the reunion chairman for the 50th reunion of the Class of … Continue reading

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