Monthly Archives: January 2009

Class of 2004 – Really Making A Difference

The cool thing about our web site is the information changes almost hourly.  Our web team does an incredible job – if you’re not careful the content will change so quickly you might miss something.  With that in mind, I wanted … Continue reading

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Wabash Day – Four Times a Year!

  This report courtesy of our regional association leader In Kansas City, Michael Cummings ’86.  They have taken WABASH Day to the "next level".    "On January 24, 2009, Wabash College Kansas City area alums participated in our first quarterly … Continue reading

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Ben – Here It Is!

Here’s the view this morning.  Several more inches of snow fell overnight.  In fact, Tippecanoe County declared a snow emergency…I should still be at home in Lafayette! At least it’s 19 degrees so it isn’t going anywhere soon.  Many local … Continue reading

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Wabash Tax Expert Quoted on the Geithner Confirmation

I am sure you’ve seen the news concerning President-elect Barack Obama’s selection for the position of Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geithner. It’s a small concern – he just didn’t get around to paying his taxes. Well, Wabash alumnus Tom Ochsenschlager, Class … Continue reading

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Inauguration Day – view from the Top!

This is the view from the front of the law firm of Jones Day in Washington, DC. Greg Castanias ’87 and Scott Medsker ’03 work there.  Greg took the picture. As you can see, there’s a sea of humanity out … Continue reading

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Eric Rowland ’86 Designed It!

You are simply not going to believe the house in this series of videos. Check it out. As you do, keep in mind that Wabash grad Eric Rowland, of Rowland Design in Indianapolis, designed most of the interior. Eric also … Continue reading

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Inauguration Day – WOW!

January 20, 2009. The Inauguration of President Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States and first African-American President. What a day! I wandered the campus to take a few shots of the Wabash community taking in this historic … Continue reading

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