Monthly Archives: July 2009

Kevin McCrea ’88 in the Mayor’s Race

Wabash alumnus Kevin McCrea ’88 finds himself the underdog in the race for the mayor of Boston, but he’s doing this for much more than his own desire. Kevin owns Wabash Construction (a catchy name!) in the South End of … Continue reading

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Wallies All Over Colorado

Just received an email from Prof. Scott Feller.  Scott is in Telluride, Colorado for a conference this week.  During a break, Scott got together with one of his former students,  Ryan Thornberry ’05.  Ryan manages a snowboard shop in the … Continue reading

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W.A.B.A.S.H. Day – Right around the corner

WABASH Day, the weekend of community service by members of the Wabash community, is just around the corner – Oct 3/4, 2009. The Wabash alumni board is expecting a big turnout all around the country. For more details, click here. 

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Wabash Featured In Chronicle

You’ve seen this piece from the Chronicle of Higher Education featured elsewhere on the Wabash web site.  Besides featuring a new Wabash student in the picture, it talks of the outreach by our alumni board to the new class. This … Continue reading

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Barley Island Brewing Company Expanding

This report just in from alumnus Greg Estell ’85 who describes himself as a volunteer "quality control engineer" for his classmate Jeff Eaton’s enterprise, the Barley Island Brewing Company. Greg reports Jeff is expanding to a new location in Broad … Continue reading

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New Kappa Sig House – Ready for Fall!

As I went by the senior bench (no apparent change there) I thought I’d just do a quick look at the brand new Kappa Sig house.  As you can see from the photo, it’s ready to go.  Landscaping done, blinds … Continue reading

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Senior Bench Painting – Hmmmm!!!

At some point over the weekend, the senior bench received a fresh coat of paint. That’s kind of unusual for the summer – very common for the school year.  The choice of paint colors, though, with black a predominant color, … Continue reading

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