Monthly Archives: August 2013

Jordan Plohr ’12 – theater is still his life

Jordan Plohr ’12 was a Theater major at Wabash.  He is now assistant manager at the Acorn Theater in Three Oaks, MI.  He also gets to work on the stage, too, in the current production “Lords of the Levee,” a … Continue reading

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Art Prof. Doug Calisch – featured at Antioch College

Prof. of Art Doug Calisch will be a co-exhibitor at an art exhibit at Antioch College, entitled “Tossed and Found – Mining the Material Stream.”  The exhibit runs September 6 – November 15, when Doug will participate in a dialogue … Continue reading

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John Shank ’89 joins the open road to recovery

“Three years ago, John Shank [‘89] was a successful oral maxillofacial surgeon and avid cyclist, an active man pursuing a career he loved.  Then, in one moment, he lost it all. He was on vacation, had just finished a bicycle … Continue reading

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Chris Schweigel ’10 – CrossFit for Life

Chris Schweigel ’10 went into banking after he graduated from Wabash with an economics/business degree, but quickly found that desk life was not for him. Chris got out from behind the desk and joined the Crawfordsville City Police Department as … Continue reading

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Rob Zinkan ’96 “Taking the Lifelong View”

Rob Zinkan ’96 is vice chancellor for External Affairs at IU East in Richmond, IN.  He oversees all aspects of IU East’s external affairs, including the offices of communications and marketing, gift development, alumni relations and campus events, and campus … Continue reading

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Prof. Tim Brown ’87 – Randolph-Macon College prof

Timothy A. Brown ’87 has been a professor Religious Studies and Japanese Studies since joining the faculty of Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, VA in 2008.  Last week, Tim was featured in R-M’s “Faculty Focus” – click here for the online article. In addition … Continue reading

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Remembering Wabash in the Civil War

Alumnus Dan Crofts ’63 is professor of history at The College of New Jersey. His research focuses on the Old South, and the North-South Sectional Conflict that led to Civil War. Dan has written several posts for the online New York Times Opinionator. Wabash College Archivist … Continue reading

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