Monthly Archives: March 2011

The New License Plate Is Cool!

Greg posted this on Facebook – it’s his new license plate.  Those of you with a  ”Wally” plate have to wait but those of you transitioning to the new one can get one right now. I’m wondering how the license … Continue reading

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Alumni Board Celebrates MXIBS

Four members of the College’s alumni board – President-elect Greg Castanias ’87, Vice President-elect Greg Estell ’85, Brad Johnson ’71 and Keith Veal ’92 – joined Wabash’s administration, faculty and students at the Opening Celebration of the Malcolm X Institute’s … Continue reading

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Something A Little Different – A Taste Of Japan

From a  campus email announcement… On Thursday, April 7, Erin Nelson, Associate Director of Japan Study at Earlham College and a long time resident of Japan will give a demonstration of the Japanese Tea Ceremony in Detchon 209 at 4:15 PM. The ceremony … Continue reading

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Tom Broecker ’84 – How Did You Get…

Many thanks to Mike Gregory ’70 down Dallas way for bringing this to our attention. The question is one that a lucky few get asked.  (I’ve heard fighter pilots get asked this!) For a cool interview of our own Tom … Continue reading

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Mark Dewart ’74 – Running for Village Trustee

Mark Dewart, currently the president of the board of directors of the National Association of Wabash Men, is in another election.  This time he’s running for the position of Trustee for the Village of Lake Bluff in Illinois. There are … Continue reading

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Michael Bricker ’04 – 47 Places At Once!

Michael Bricker is superman…I think.  He seems to be in 47 places at once…doing two things in each location. He’s currently teaching at Wabash as an Art Professor.  You can read more about his course here.

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More Photos Of the Senior Art Project

Can be found here.

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