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 for the first quarter (which ended 21-0). Here’s the Wabash article concerning the game: http://wabash.edu/news/displaystory.cfm?news_ID=10017
Last Wednesday was the second presentation of of one of my favorite organizations on campus: The Wabash Society for the Furthering of the Liberal Arts. We are a group that teach each other things as an extracurricular practice. We present on topics that might not be readily available at Wabash as a class. Last Wednesday was a presentation, given by Christian Lopac ’16, about a German music movement called “Kroutrock”. It was a good presentation, and highlighted a topic that was important for shaping much of our electronic and rock music, but hasn’t gotten a lot of publicity. This is what Wabash is all about: learning from peer mentors.
This Link of the Day is an NPR piece on how whale earwax can shine some light on oceanic contaminants: http://www.npr.org/2013/09/17/223139796/ear-wax-from-whales-keeps-record-of-ocean-contaminants?ft=1&f=1007