Monthly Archives: September 2013

Secrets and Lies.

Chapel Talk is a tradition here at Wabash.  Every Thursday at 11:15 AM, a guest gives a talk in Pioneer Chapel.  Dr. Himsel gives a talk every year about a contemporary hot-button issue.  His chapel talk today was entitled “Secrets … Continue reading

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Homecoming and Homework

Last Saturday was the homecoming game vs. Denison.  The homecoming game is always the most interesting due to the halftime shenanigans of banners and homecoming queen.  I posit that the best homecoming queen was Rory Willats, a TKE.  He went … Continue reading

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Chapel Sing, or How the Sphinx Club Doesn’t Count Well

If you didn’t already know, today was the time-honored tradition of Chapel Sing.  This event kicks off the Homecoming festivities and is a great facilitator of solidarity among freshman.  As I have done the past two years (which makes it … Continue reading

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Football and Krautrock

I won’t write too much on the football game against Hannover that went down this Friday, I think the Freshman bloggers covered that nicely.  I will say, however, that it was quite fun to watch although I was only there … Continue reading

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Rethinking History

I hope that everyone’s blisteringly hot September day went well.  95 degrees in September, is that not a record or something? One of the things that you’ll hear about Wabash is the interconnectedness (I think I made that word up) … Continue reading

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Piano Recital

There is always something to do on Wabash campus.  Tonight, for instance, was “Music for Two Pianos”, a duet from the “Everett and Rodgers Duo”.  This is actually the second time that I’ve seen them perform together.  I have Music … Continue reading

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Sailing Through Seas of Homework

I wish the title of this post was more literal.  I could be Cap’n Redbeard, steering the galleon “Wabash” on a nefarious, nautical quest for the legendary “A”.  But, alas, I’m just sitting in my bedroom reading fairy tales. I … Continue reading

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A Liberal Arts Schedule

One of my favorite things about Wabash College is that, in any given semester, one may have quite the eclectic schedule.  If you read my last blog, you understand where I am coming from.  While I am taking two classes … Continue reading

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