Monthly Archives: October 2012

Wabash alums step to the race on Nov. 6

Three Wabash College alumni will be on the ballot for Indiana’s state congressional districts on election day on Nov. 6. Fourth District Todd Rokita ’92     Sixth District Luke Messer ’91     Seventh District Carl0s May ’01   … Continue reading

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Daniel Ranschaert ’12 – young, dedicated, and a teacher

After graduating from Wabash last May, Daniel Ranschaert ’12 took a detour from his planned business career and ended up in Arizona teaching in Tucson’s Catholic schools in poor neighborhoods.  The program, run by The University of Notre Dame, is … Continue reading

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Charlie Kelly ’11 – SquareJive’in

Yesterday Charlie Kelly ’11 took part in a contest to promote his new business idea called SquareJive, a seamless social sharing platform to help find community and social events aligned with your interests. .  Charlie and 11 other entrepreneurs competed … Continue reading

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Mark Holcomb ’84 receives Distinguished Service Award

Mark Holcomb ’84 was awarded the Indiana University Maurer School of Law Distinguished Service Award on September 21. The award recognizes graduates who have distinguished themselves in service to their communities in ways far exceeding traditional, business, and civic duties. … Continue reading

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The Wabash Family Is…

Watch for it Thursday…this Thursday.  It’s a special day on campus. Special Chapel speaker.  Special t-shirts.  Special color for the day.    

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Fall Break Begins

Talked to a number of guys yesterday…the last day of classes before Fall Break.  To a man they were all ready for a couple of days of rest. They take off today through Sunday…only 4 days.  But the Thanksgiving break … Continue reading

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Hon. Vincent F. Grogg ‘55 earns Living Legacy Award

Hon. Vincent F. Grogg ‘55 received the 2012 Living Legacy Award in Covington, IN, for “contributions to the community of Covington.”  Since graduating from Wabash and then Indiana University School of Law in 1958, Judge Grogg and his wife, Millie … Continue reading

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