Monthly Archives: July 2010

Home Grown – The Good Stuff

Happened to be passing behind the Sparks Center recently when I spied the Chef and his crew performing food processing the old fashioned way. Been there and done that – a Hoosier tradition. I asked the Chef what the heck … Continue reading

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Football Field Update

The Grunge took a quick walk past the construction yesterday.  The weather this week is much more conducive to progress, the crew reports. For a few more photos, click here.

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Keith Nelson ’71 – Here To Help His Alma Mater

I had the privilege of having lunch with my classmate Keith Nelson ’71 last week.  Keith was on campus to talk to some faculty and staff about interesting ideas to improve student retention, especially for Black and Hispanic students.  Keith … Continue reading

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Saying Thanks To Big Mike Reidy H’04

32 Years.  32 Admissions Cycles.  2,700 plus applications.  Over 500 matriculants.  That’s two entire classes of Wabash students. Did I mention 32 years of Admissions cycles?  I barely made it through two here. Mike Reidy is retiring from Wabash Admissions. … Continue reading

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Baseball Follow-up

Jim Roper ’68 saw my post about the new baseball field on the blog and responded that he was involved in some baseball action as well.  That’s Jim’s sons Joshua (l) and Matthew (r) at a baseball clinic put on by … Continue reading

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Baseball and Something More?

So, another restless morning and another trip to campus earlier than normal. I thought I’d take a photo or two of the work on the new baseball field from a different perspective – deep in center field looking Southwest towards … Continue reading

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Quick Update – THE Football Field

They were at it bright and early this morning.  We’ve had a lot of rain but the work keeps going. For a couple of other shots, click here.

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