Monthly Archives: September 2008

Ginny Hays

The photo is from the Alumni Homecoming Chapel in 2007. Ginny and Fran Hollett were two of the first ones to arrive. Red Jacket. WABASH pin. Wabash smile. To post your favorite story, a memory, or just a note, click … Continue reading

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Wabash Lost A Great Lady

I was pretty sure this day would never come. After all, something told me that Ginny Hays just might live forever. It’s that way with all lovely young women who are timeless wonders…and Ginny certainly was. Ginny continued the commitment … Continue reading

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Asleep With Heroes- Bob Armstrong ’74

“Asleep with Heroes.” That was the title of the email I received. That simple marker at Arlington National Cemetery marks Bob’s final resting place. Bob fought the Big “C” longer than anyone I know…he was the patient who simply amazed … Continue reading

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Finley Campbell – MXIBS Pioneer

Former Wabash professor Finley Campbell, in town for the Malcolm X Institute for Black Studies Alumni Weekend, stopped by the office last week. Finley wanted to look through some old yearbooks. He pulled out his movie camera and quietly dictated … Continue reading

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Fraternity Dedications – TKE and Delt – Liberal Arts in Action

Wabash dedicated the renovated Delt house and the brand new TKE house on Saturday, September 20, 2008. The Delts had a “regular” dedication – a couple of short talks and a ribbon cutting ceremony. Traditional. The TKEs? No ribbon to … Continue reading

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Wabash vs. Chicago – 9-20-08

Jump ball! In keeping with the “more pictures and much less prose” feedback, here’s two photo albums of the football game and the events surrounding it. Album #1 Album #2

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Our Wabash Family and Bill Melvin

The Mall earlier today. Beautiful day…not a cloud in the sky. Temperature perfect. Faculty, staff, students, friends, and families plus free lunch. Perfect? Not quite. If you have been on campus sometime within the last 30 years, you probably met … Continue reading

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