Monthly Archives: October 2008

Fall at Wabash

It was an easy decision. Push papers around the desk or take a quick walk around campus on a beautiful fall day…with the camera. Easy decision. Almost as good as flying on a day like…well…OK…not even close. To see the … Continue reading

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A Great Campus Tour Video

That’s pre-med Jake Ezell ’11 from Indianapolis on the left. †That’s pre-law Jake German ’11 from Crawfordsville on the right. †They are the stars of the College’s newest campus tour video. †I think they did a great job and I … Continue reading

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Monon Bell Tickets – Better Get Them Quick

OK…this is really simple. Wabash is 7-0 and DePauw is 5-2…both have good teams…but we all know that the records don’t count. Wabash leads the series…but we all know that doesn’t count. Wabash is ranked pretty high this year…but we … Continue reading

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Wabash on Linkedin

Every week, the Alumni and Parent Relations Office receives this sort of update. It’s a report on the new linkages between members of the two Wabash groups administered by our office. Wabash’s two groups are for alumni in general and … Continue reading

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Jimmy Haffner – Some Little Giant

I am pretty sure that you’ll see Jimmy Haffner‘s picture if you look up Wabash College Spirit in your Funk and Wagnalls. Jimmy, the son of Kitty and Herm Haffner ’77, is a huge Wabash fan. You’ll see him at … Continue reading

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Another Episode of “It’s a Small Wabash World”

This report in from Greg Castanias ’87 (pictured here), a member of the Wabash alumni board. “Last night, I had dinner with Frederick Whitmer ’69 here in Manhattan. I had never met Frederick in person until last night, but we … Continue reading

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Olmy Olmstead ’04 In The New York Times

Olmy Olmstead ’04, pictured here at the Wabash-Denison football game earlier this year, is featured in today’s New York Times. Many thanks to Sherry Ross, administrative assistant to the Dean of Students, for alerting me! To read the article, click … Continue reading

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