Monthly Archives: November 2010

Living the Mission Statement

It’s the Holidays.  Time for reflection.  A time to sit back and consider those things most important to you.  And, it’s a time to share… Dustin Deno ’05 and his family face a challenge.  Dustin and Lacey’s daughter – Aubrey … Continue reading

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Wabash Basketball – Rolling!

Wabash basketball is on a roll this year and coming off a 15 point victory over the #2 team in the nation, Randolph-Macon. The team has more depth than I have seen and has two freshmen who are playing a … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

For those of you traveling, travel safe. For those of you partying, party safe. For those of you visiting with family, enjoy and cherish every minute.  Tell your grandparents you love them – they’ll appreciate it, believe me. For those … Continue reading

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Wabash On College GameDay

Michael Ruffing ’05 sent this to me – COOL! When College GameDay telecast their show from Wrigleyville last week, Michael, his wife, and classmate Dan Creasap grabbed the longest flagpole they could find and their Wabash flag. Result?  There’s Lee … Continue reading

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Eric Stark ’88 – Creating a Buzz in the Music World

Eric Stark ’88 has two seemingly full time jobs.  He’s an Associate Professor of Music in the Jordan College of Fine Arts at Butler.  In addition, he conducts the Butler Chorale and the Butler Madrigal Singers.   Seems like more … Continue reading

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Monon Bell Chapel – Nov 11, 2010

You’re probably tired of me riding the Monon Bell wave…sorry!  But after watching so many Sports Center shows where players (college student-athletes) struggle to put complete sentences together, it’s refreshing and a moment of extreme pride when I watch our … Continue reading

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Coach Steve House-A Fixture at Wabash

Coach Steve House was honored at halftime of the Monon Bell game for his 25 years of coaching at Wabash.  That’s probably enough for all in the Wabash community to tip their hats to Steve and his wife Judy. But … Continue reading

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