Monthly Archives: August 2009

Who We Really Are

Saturday evening, our team came together and spent three hours talking, telling jokes, singing (well, kind of…), and opening up to each other as part of our pre season engagements before the season starts with our away game against Wheaton … Continue reading

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Tradition and Camaraderie

  Tradition flows in our blood; this is an especially important characteristic found here at Wabash. I think that I can speak on behalf of Wabash Athletics in general, but each team has their own set of traditions as well. … Continue reading

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A Day At The Dunes

Our trip to the dunes started off with a 2.5 hour bus ride, where time was spent either listening to music, read (for the more ambitious ones), or sleeping (for the majority of us). Once we arrived, we sat down for … Continue reading

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The Battle of Sugar Creek

                    After several days of intense practice, Coach G. thought it would be a great idea to let us unwind by taking the afternoon off and paddling down Sugar Creek.  After participating … Continue reading

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Wabash Soccer 2009: A Trip to Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital

  Volunteer vs. solidarityJon Funston ’10   Eduardo Galeano is quoted in saying, “I do not believe in charity. I believe in solidarity. Charity is so vertical. It goes from the top to the bottom. Solidarity is horizontal. It respects … Continue reading

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Simply Amazing

It’s been simply amazing!  I am sitting at the Airport in Buenos Aires, waiting for our flight to Chicago via Atlanta to start boarding and taking off for the States. I can’t believe our trip to Argentina is coming to … Continue reading

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Argentina 2009: Observations of “The Tia”

Observations of “The Tia.”   Hola!  Mary Kelly (Ian Kelly’s Aunt) writing to you from the Hotel Republica in Buenos Aries Argentina).  I have been privileged to accompany Coach Giannini and team to Argentina and Uruguay, what an amazing experience.   … Continue reading

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