Monthly Archives: April 2009

Cool Stuff on the Wabash Alumni Web Site

When you check in to the alumni web site(www.wabash.edu/alumni), check out the new information at your fingertips.  There’s Wabash Stories, by and for Wabash Men, an there’s a portal to reach out to Wabash alumni using Facebook. While you are … Continue reading

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Spring Day – Four Finals and a Couple of Papers

Four finals and a couple of papers – that’s the way a student translated this spring day for me as I walked cross campus a little while ago. Earlier in the day, actually on the way to the Hays Center … Continue reading

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Steve Mihalko ’69 – He’ll Be There

That’s Steve Mihalko ’69 (r) talking with Michel Douglas ’68 in Pittsburgh.  Mihalko is a retired Continental pilot who also flew for the Air Force.  He is, as a matter of fact, also a serious racquetball player.  Serious.   Steve … Continue reading

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Dick Cherry ’49 – He’ll Be At The Bash

That’s Dick Cherry ’49.  He was at the recent Pittsburgh dinner honoring Melissa Butler. Dick’s just finished a two-year battle with some serious health challenges and, as you can see, won big time! He’ll be back for his 60h reunion … Continue reading

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Eriks Janelsins ’02 – Out Think and Out Work

I had the opportunity to spend a few hours with Eriks Janelsins ’02 at the Oglebay Resort in Wheeling, WV, yesterday.  That’s just a portion of the resort in the background.  To say the resort is beautiful is an understatement! … Continue reading

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Rambling…

I’m off the next two days to Western PA, the old stomping ground of our Dean of Students turned AD, Tom Bambrey ’68.  Tom’s stories of growing up out there and finding his way to Wabash are classics.  The same … Continue reading

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Michele And Heather – Awesome!

Today is Administrative Professionals Day.  On Wikipedia, it says today is:  ”Administrative Professionals Day formerly known as Secretary’s Day is an unofficial secular holiday observed in the United States on the Wednesday of the last full week of April to recognize the work of secretaries, administrative assistants, receptionists, and other administrative … Continue reading

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