Monthly Archives: July 2013

Prof. Doug Calisch – “found” furniture

Professor of Art Doug Calisch has a personal web site featuring his own  art.  A new addition is a link to the functional “found furniture” he creates. Click here to go to the web site, then select “furniture” to see Doug’s … Continue reading

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Anthony Tellez ’10 – candidate for office

Anthony Tellez ’10 is a young alumnus who is taking on not one, but two, candidates in the local election in Falls Church, VA.  On November 5, voters will select the 53rd District House of Delegates seat.  Anthony just turned … Continue reading

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Keith Veal ’92 to propose plan for old CVL hospital

Keith Veal ’92, president of Sustainable Solutions, Inc. in Indianapolis, will present a proposal for a  new adaptation of the old Culver Hospital property in Crawfordsville, which has remained unused and in disrepair since it was closed in 1984. Crawfordsville Mayor … Continue reading

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Rev. Steven Andrews ’05 installed as pastor

On July 21st, Steven Andrews ’05 was installed as the new pastor at Maxwell Heights Presbyterian Church in St. Joseph, Missouri. Steve moved to St. Joseph from Fort Wayne, Indiana.  “After Wabash, he was educated at Columbia Theological Seminary and … Continue reading

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Prof. Frank Howland speaks about local economic history

Wabash Professor of Economics Frank Howland was the speaker at a recent Kiwanis Club meeting.  His talk, entitled “Recent Economic History of Montgomery County,” was timely because the League of Women Voters and the Montgomery County Economic Development are interested … Continue reading

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Pete Stuntz ’50 has a “Monopoly” on Sigma Chi

Edgar C. “Pete” Stuntz, Wabash ’50 will be handling lots of funny money since his recent 84th birthday celebration. He sent this photo:  “I had the unusual pleasure of receiving a Sigma Chi Monopoly Game (never heard of it before) from … Continue reading

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David Sheets ’79 named chair of NFHS committee

David Sheets ’79 has been selected as chairman of the National Federation of State High School Associations’ (NFHS) Officials Publications Committee, which is responsible for educational and informational articles aimed at the men and women working as sports officials at the … Continue reading

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