Monthly Archives: January 2010

Major General Earl Johnson’38 – Some Little Giant

The college community said "safe fini flight" to our most senior class agent, Major General Earl Johnson ’38, at the Pioneer Chapel this past weekend.  The group was small – after all, the General had outlived virtually all of his … Continue reading

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Top Doctor – Dan Kraft ’85

Indianapolis Monthly magazine runs a list of Top Doctors in it’s magazine on an annual basis.  The last list was published in the November 2009 edition. What makes this listing so important is that the Top Doctors in each category are … Continue reading

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Rich Lehmann ’09 – Career On The Move

Last year at this point, Rich Lehmann ’09 was just finishing Comps.  A Sigma Chi and football player, who majored in Music, he was probably fully focused on greduation and whatever would follow. Fast forward to this day, and he’s … Continue reading

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A Wabash Man, Ten Years Out

The absolute best written words in this blog are always from others.  Here’s one I share without any extra words.  Thanks to Sherry Ross for the link. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++   A Wabash Man, Ten Years Out   The Gentleman’s Rule is … Continue reading

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Wabash Technology Survey – This Might Surprise You

Here’s a little bit of the student technology survey released this week. – The percentage of students bringing their own computer to Wabash – 95.3% – The percentage of those that are laptops – 88% – What operating system does … Continue reading

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Justin Grimmer ’05 – Wabash, Harvard, Stanford!

Professor David Hadley sent us some exciting news about Justin Grimmer ’05.  Justin is finishing a program at the Harvard Department of Government and has accepted a teaching position in American Politics at Stanford.  Hadley reports the Stanford program is … Continue reading

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Oberlin’s Isaac Hayes – George Abram

I attended the Wabash – Oberlin basketball game this past weekend, took a few photos, and also had a chance to meet George Abram, the voice of Oberlin football and basketball.  George has that smooth, deep Isaac Hayes voice that … Continue reading

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