Monthly Archives: December 2009

Tis The Season…and the end of the Year

We’re in that interesting period between Christmas and New Years…time when the guys have all gone home (except the foreign students) and the campus is really quiet.  It’s a time to sit back a little and reflect.   And those … Continue reading

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White..err…December 27, 2009 at Wabash

From earlier this morning.  Mother Nature kept it snowing all day yesterday…but the scientific measurement of total accumulation on the Grunge’s patio furniture measured around 4 inches. Nevertheless, it looks great and the trimmings on the front sign showed the … Continue reading

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Tis The Season – Sun King Brewers Featured in Indy Star

Sun King Brewery, an Indy-based brewery with principals Omar (’60) and Clay (’97) Robinson, was featured in the Indianapolis Star recently. Beers brewed locally are enjoying the highest level of Hoosier popularity ever.  For the story, click here. IMPORTANT NOTE:  We’re … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas! And More…

Merry Christmas!  And if you don’t celebrate Christmas, Happy Holidays / Holy Days! Late yesterday I made the transition to GaBunge (Grandpa Grunge).  Good to try to put the database transitiion and college budget worries behind and concentrate on passing … Continue reading

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Sterling Cater ’07 – The Peace Corps Experience

Sterling Carter, Class of 2007, is finishing up his two-year experience in the Peace Corps.  He’s been serving in Niger.  This is one point where my poor attempt at creating an executive summary/blog entry just won’t be good enough. Let … Continue reading

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Patrick Burton To Be Featured Speaker

Wabash’s Patrick Burton, Assistant Professor of Biology, will be a featured presenter at an upcoming Science Series at Indiana State University.  The series of presentations focuses on providing attendees with a look at ongoing scientific research from several different viewpoints. … Continue reading

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Ryan Vaughn ’00 Selected For Key Leadership Role

In an interesting turn of events in Marion County, Ryan Vaughn ’00 has been selected by the Republican Caucus as their presidential candidate for the City-County Council.  Ryan was selected over an incumbent –  a clear signal in most people’s … Continue reading

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