Monthly Archives: June 2008

South Hall Information – From Beth Swift

“South Hall following the remodel of the late 1870’s during which the building was taken from four stories to two stories. At this time the campus faced Grant Street. Although the marker is hidden from view now, its placement was … Continue reading

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It’s Pretty Simple – Need 459!!!

Let’s jump straight to the chase scene… We need 459 additional donors this year to hit 40% by the close of business on June 30, 2008. If you’re not “in” right now, click here and join 4,000 plus who have … Continue reading

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YOU Can Make A Difference

Several years ago, there was a young, local man attending Wabash. He wasn’t the greatest student in the world, according to his report. His family was placed in a position where they simply could not afford to continue sending him … Continue reading

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The Perfect Art Gallery for a Young Wabash Artist

From the press release… “Hopworks Urban Brewery is excited to introduce local Portland artist Nathan Clark. Nathan Clark earned his BA from Wabash College in 2003, which he attended on a Fine Art Fellowship. He spent two years with the … Continue reading

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South Hall – 1880

I found this marker of South Hall on a recent campus photo “trip”.  I had never, as a student or a staff member for almost 10 years, seen it before. Well hidden, very well hidden.  Have any idea where? The … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes Stars

That’s Lee Grogg ’68 (l) taking a few minutes out from his 40th reunion to speak to our friends in Public Affairs Howard Hewitt and Kim Johnson. Howard and Kim, teamed with Jim Amidon, Steve Charles, Brent Harris and Karen … Continue reading

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Life Changing Experience In Ecuador

If you aren’t following our young men who have been in Ecuador, then you are missing out on following one of the absolute best learning opportunities I have ever seen. Don’t leave the Wabash web site without first reading, completely, … Continue reading

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