Monthly Archives: May 2009

Captain Jim Lisher ’01 – Reporting In From Iraq

Captain Jim Lisher, Class of 2001 (r) , just checked in with me a few moments ago.  Jim is serving us – all of us –  as the Deputy Staff Judge Advocate with the 322 Air Expeditionary Wing in Iraq.  This … Continue reading

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Want To Appeal – Call Matthew Symons ’04

Matthew Symons ’04 has been appointed to the Indianapolis and Marion County Zoning Board of Appeals by the Council of Indianapolis and Marion County. If you are going to appeal something, please wait until after the 2009 edition of the … Continue reading

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Make that DR. Matt Loesch ’01

We received word that Matt Loesch ’01 recently earned his PhD. from the Medical College of Wisconsin.  Matt has an AB from Wabash (Chemistry) and a Masters from IUPUI.  Next for Matt?  Well, medical school of course!  But he’s decided … Continue reading

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Big Bash – My Favorite Part

My favorite part of the entire weekend of the Big Bash is Chapel Sing.  Most returning alumni don’t feel the same way…until it’s over.   Chapel Sing is such a rite of passage – part of the fabric that makes … Continue reading

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What It’s All About

Smiles… We’re a little north of 330 guys registered for the 2009 edition of the Big Bash.  If those numbers hold, and we gain a few, it will be the second largest reunion weekend in history.  Yes we have been … Continue reading

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Memorial Day 2009

Memorial Day 2009. Over 250,000 eternally rest at Arlington.  Many more around the world where they fell. Thanks doesn’t seem nearly enough.  

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Look for Wabash College – At Notre Dame

That’s a screen shot of the home page of the Notre Dame web site (www.nd.edu).  There’s Wabash!   During the Honorary Degree Recipients Luncheon, President White kidded Father Malloy about Wabash beating ND in football in 1905.  When Father Malloy … Continue reading

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