Monthly Archives: November 2013

Brandon Clifton ’06 – panelist for 2013 Indiana Legislative Conference

Brandon Clifton ’06, Deputy General Counsel and Policy Advisor for the Indiana Department of Education, will be a panelist at the 2013 Legislative Conference Indianapolis on Dec. 5.  This is the 22nd year for the conference as the “unofficial” start … Continue reading

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Jay Patterson ’65 answers “Where were you on November 22?”

Jay Patterson ’65 is a retired attorney and judge in the Dallas area.  As many of us did last week, he answered the question, “Where were you when President Kennedy was killed?”  Jay’s comments in The Dallas Morning News posted … Continue reading

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Wabash and Crawfordsville Well-Represented at IHSAA State Football Championships

Several people with ties to Wabash College and Crawfordsville have integral roles in this weekend’s high school state football tournament as coaches, officials, and statisticians. Jake Gilbert ’98, Westfield High School Head Coach, will be assisted by Josh Miracle ’11, … Continue reading

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Three Wabash winners in Greencastle on November 16

Wabash was a winner not once, but three times on November 16 in Greencastle! Professor of Political Science Ethan Hollander and Professor of Economics Christie Byun took home the winning trophy from the Monon Chili Throwdown on Monon Bell Game … Continue reading

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Jeff Ferrand ’00 joins Leeuw Oberlies & Campbell

Jeffrey W. Ferrand ’00 is now associate attorney at Leeuw Oberlies & Campbell PC in Indianapolis, where Jeff Oberlies ’83 is a founding partner of the firm.  Jeff Ferrand currently practices in all areas of civil defense, but focuses on … Continue reading

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Mauri Ditzler ’75 – new president of Albion College

Dr. Mauri A. Ditzler ’75 has been named the 16h President of Albion College in Michigan, effective July 1, 2014. After serving at Wabash as Dean of the College 1999-2005, Mauri went to Monmouth College in Illinois where he has … Continue reading

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Dean Phillips to speak at Lynchburg College

Dean of the College Gary Phillips will speak tonight at Lynchburg College, his own undergrad alma mater.  He will discuss problems confronting higher education today, the historical record of the liberal arts in dealing with changing social challenges, and the … Continue reading

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