Monthly Archives: September 2009

David Kendall ’66 – What A Model For Our Men!

David Kendall ’66, prominent Washington attorney and probably the best known attorney to graduate from Wabash, took time out of his busy schedule to return to Wabash for the Wabash Law Reunion over Homecoming.  Kendall took part in the Continuing … Continue reading

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All in the Family…ah…Class!

Indiana’s Secretary of the State, Todd Rokita, Class of 1992, will have to step down in 2010 because of the rules on term limits.  Todd’s a Republican. The news is that another Republican, Charles White, will throw his hat in … Continue reading

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“Supreme” Weekend

That’s Scott Himsel ’85 (l), one of the major forces behind the law reunion, introducing and welcoming the "Supreme Court" panel during the Wabash Law Reunion held at Homecoming.  He’s shaking hands with David Kendall, Class of 1966.  Other panel … Continue reading

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Protect the Pot

Took this at Chapel Sing last week.  Now, the Phi Delts approach Chapel Sing a little differently…they are there but they really aren’t there.  OK – you need to be "there" to see what I mean. The Phi Delt freshmen are … Continue reading

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The Joe Martin Walk

That’s Sigma Chi senior John Dewart ’10 on the left.  He’s leading his freshmen to Chapel sing with the bold strut of what is now known as the "Joe Martin walk".  Joe, a member of the Class of 2006, did … Continue reading

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Work Stoppage

When the rain comes, there’s not much you can do about the "floats."  the next best thing for a Wabash freshman?  A nap! This young man has the right idea…

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Chapel Sing – The 2009 Edition

So, another Chapel Sing.  I am a big fan – there are others who aren’t.  This year I tried to do the liberal arts "thing" and ask myself" "What is it that bothers people about Chapel Sing?"  It hit me. … Continue reading

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