Monthly Archives: July 2008

Wallace, Indiana

There’s a great piece in the latest Wabash Magazine on the 341 Cafe in Wallace, Indiana. After reading the piece, I wondered what the place looked like, on the outside, and I was interested in this little town. So, over … Continue reading

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Dennis Dean ’73 Appointed to Key Research Post

Mark McNamee, Virginia Tech senior vice president and provost, announced that Dennis Dean ’73, the Stroobants Professor of Biotechnology at Virginia Tech, will be associate director of the new the Virginia Tech Carilion Medical Research Institute. “Dr. Dean will assure … Continue reading

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NCAA champion Magazine / Brock Graham Update

Here’s the link to the on-line article in the NCAA Champion Magazine. Make sure you view the slide show of photos.

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Princeton Review – Check It Out

Another strong showing by Wabash College. Click here for their site.

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Colorado Bonus

Several people mentioned they liked the Colorado pictures I posted (OK, it was one person!), so I thought I’d post a few more. Go visit Colorado, but please don’t move there. We need the housing prices to drop, not increase! … Continue reading

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Phi Delt Reunion Draws Brothers from Near and Far

Mark Dill reports on a recent Phi Delt reunion in indianapolis. “These alums, spanning the years 1971-1974 have had a reunion every†ten years since 1978 in Indianapolis, Indiana at the home of Ed Pitkin, class of 1971. There were twenty … Continue reading

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Here Comes The Judge?

Jim Joven ’89 is running for Marion County Circuit Court Judge. Good for Jim! We’re always in need of more judges who have a liberal arts background. Of course, this becomes another Wabash network story. Jonathan P. Sturgill ’93 is … Continue reading

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