Monthly Archives: January 2013

Wabash Always Fights.

“Why do we all care [about Wabash] so much?” This is a quote from Professor Laura Wysocki’s chapel talk today.  This is a question that I’ve asked myself so many times.  Why do we all love Wabash College so much? … Continue reading

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Axis and Allies and Sheep Brains

If you like gaming, and you are on Wabash campus, I would suggest making your way to a Dork Club meeting.  While much of what we play falls in the realm of board/card games, those new-fangled vidja games are more … Continue reading

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Secular Events

I recently submitted my budget for the Secular Student Alliance and every event planned for this year is a campus-wide event that I hope all of those people interested will attend.  Here’s a short run-down of the events: Darwin Day … Continue reading

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Can you feel the love tonight?

Hey blog readers!  I hope you are all keeping warm in this weather that feels as though Jack Frost is following me around and breathing down my shirt. Today was my first T-tones practice of the season.  If you weren’t … Continue reading

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Club Leadership Summit

Tonight, the new heads of the student body, Jeremy Wentzel and Seton Goddard, held a mandatory Club Leadership Summit that proved to be very useful.  Since I became president of the Secular Student Alliance, I have had a lot of … Continue reading

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I’m Ready

This semester is looking to be a difficult, yet fulfilling, one.  Here’s my course list, if you’re interesting in seeing it, with the specific subject in parenthesis:   Religions of China and Japan (Religion) Survey of Comparative Politics (Political Science) … Continue reading

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It’s Almost Time

…for the Spring Semester!  Tomorrow, I leave my home in Gary, Indiana to take the trip down to Crawfordville to get ease back into the Wabash grind.  Well, to be honest, I don’t know how much ‘easing’ will be happening … Continue reading

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Textbook Racket.

Recently I have been thinking about the horrendous amount of money that college textbooks cost.  The College Board lists the average price of “books and supplies” for a college student to be $1,168 PER SEMESTER (https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/pay-for-college/college-costs/quick-guide-college-costs).  Taking into consideration the egregious … Continue reading

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Egregiously Long Vacation.

Happy New Year to everyone reading this!  I hope that whatever you celebrated this holiday season was fun and full of love. While I am not a Christian, myself, Christmas is celebrated in my household, and it was exciting as … Continue reading

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