Monthly Archives: August 2009

Jim Clark ’51 – A Part of Truman’s Excellent Adventure

Matthew Algeo has a book out called: Harry Truman’s Excellent Adventure.  The book chronicles Harry and Bess Truman’s exploits on a post–presidency road trip from Missouri to Broadway and back, plus a few detours. In July, 1953, the Trumans stopped … Continue reading

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Jack Chase – Headed To Wabash!?!

So it’s Friday, and I am reflecting on the fact that the group of freshmen who started class yesterday are members of the Class of 2013. Yep, 2013. Born in the 1990s.  What first Gulf War?Elementary school during the attack … Continue reading

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Charlie Blaich To Deliver Keynote

Our own Charlie Blaich, Director of Inquiries at the Center of Inquiry in the Liberal Arts, is scheduled to give the keynote speech at an upcoming conference at Lawrence University. The conference is entitled "Researching Assessment Methods in Tutorial Education". … Continue reading

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Big Moments With Jeremy Bird ’00

For Jeremy Bird ’00 it’s been three years of Big Moments, coffee (leaded, of course), and adrenaline.  While the economy is turning around, this health care "thing" is keeping him on his toes. Thanks to a note from Bert Salinas … Continue reading

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Alumni Family Brewing In Indy

  Ryan Daming ’02 reports that he’s done a qualitative study on the new Sun King Brewery on N. College in Indianapolis and reports the product is exceptional. The Sun King brewery recently made the news (for the article click … Continue reading

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Wabash Alumni Help Make Freshman Saturday Special

By now you’ve seen the coverage on the web site of Freshman Saturday and know that Greg Castanias ’87, vice president and president-elect of the alumni board, served as part of the official welcoming ceremony for our Class of 2013. … Continue reading

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“Standing On The Shoulders” – In Action!

I hope you’ve been following the web blog of our Freshman Tutorial: Fly Fishing in Montana.  You can find it at:  http://blogs.wabash.edu/frt_flyfishing_montana/  It’s Prof. David Hadley’s class and they have been in Montana learning the finer arts of life, learning, … Continue reading

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