Monthly Archives: March 2009

The Stories It Could Tell

Took this photo at the Celebrating Scholarships Luncheon this past weekend.  This young man, Daniel King ’10 who has his own blog, is a Sphinx Club Pledge – affectionately known as a Rhyne. Later in the semester he’ll earn the … Continue reading

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More Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers

According to informed White House sources, Wabash has at least two more graduates on the Super Lawyer list for the year.  Both of these super lawyers are partners in heavy-hitting legal powerhouses. David Kendall ’66 (left) is a partner with the … Continue reading

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George Patton ’84 Names Super Lawyer

  The  firm of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP has announced that Wabash alumnus George Patton ’84 has been named a Washington DC Super Lawyer for 2009. Only five percent of all attorneys in the Washington area are named to … Continue reading

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Celebrating Scholarships Luncheon

Almost 400  people gathered Saturday as the college celebrated those who have provided the funds for scholarships.  Students and their families were seated with the families responsible for providing the scholarships. Wabash alumnus Luke Messer ’91, who came to Wabash … Continue reading

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Chapel Features Scott Himsel ’85

Chapel these days, every Thursday morning, is somewhat like the old days but isn’t mandatory.  As you can imagine, the springtime Chapels, when the weather is nicer and the sun is out, tend to have a little lower attendance than … Continue reading

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Chances Are You Sat Here Once

Chances are you sat in these very same seats once on Honors Weekend, just like these young men last weekend.   You were probably doing the same mental gyrations they are:- Is this the place for me?- I need to … Continue reading

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A Picture Is Worth…

It seems that every time I walk across campus without my camera I miss a golden opportunity to record something of lasting value and immense historical significance…or not.  Luckily my iPhone has a low resolution camera built in for just those … Continue reading

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