Monthly Archives: May 2010

Memorial Day 2010

The Weekend of Memorial Day 2010.   At Wabash, our focus is on getting ready for the Big Bash next weekend.  In Hoosierland, it’s all about the Indy 500….and the three day weekend. Probably a different focus in the "sandbox"….Korea…Persian … Continue reading

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Baker and Daniels – Golfing for Charity

Drew McCoy ’05, an attorney with Indianapolis firm Baker and Daniels, sent me a flyer on a different kind of golf tourney he’s helping to put together.  Here are the highlights: _ _ _ _ _ What is it?A golf … Continue reading

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Hollett Field Update

Here are a couple of construction photos from yesterday for those of you tracking the new football field’s installation.

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Football Under Construction

So, that’s exactly how Hollett Stadium will look in the fall… OK…so not the same stands, or crowd, or pressbox, or cheerleaders…but the same kind of field.  That’s right – FieldTurf is on its way.  First game is September 11, 2010.

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Really needed a pep talk – Prof. Scott Feller to the rescue!

  For a lot of reasons that need no press coverage, I’ve been in need of a good pep talk.  Reasons?  No ask, no tell applies. Without knowing it, Scott Feller delivered the pep talk…in spades.  Scott’s short talk to … Continue reading

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Senior Cookout a Big Success

Every year the Annual Giving office and the alumni board co-host a senior steak dinner on the Friday evening of Commencement.  It’s a fun, informal event and the alumni board members get a chance to welcome the seniors into the … Continue reading

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Alumni Board Unveils New Recruiting Poster

Alumni board member Brad Johnson ’71 looks on as the board’s recruiting committee unveils a prototype of a recruiting poster designed for alumni to display in their workplaces.  After a multi-year development cycle working closely with the Admissions office, the … Continue reading

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