Monthly Archives: November 2013

Star Wars and the Machete Order

I would not consider myself a Star Wars “superfan”.  In terms of Star Trek, I would not be a Trekkie, or a Trekker (as an aside, why don’t Star Wars fans have a cool name?).  I have seen the new trilogy but, … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving and Black Friday

I hope everyone had great Thanksgivings! Even if you couldn’t be with your loved ones, I hope that you could talk or see them in some fashion (I’m looking at you FaceTime; wasn’t this one of your selling points?).  Luckily, … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Break Part 1

Thanksgiving Break officially started today at Wabash, even though I have been off campus since last Thursday.  One thing I will mention is how these intermittent, smaller breaks aren’t nearly as fun in college as they are high school.  In high school, … Continue reading

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Peter Storey

An interesting aspect of college is the array of speakers that will inevitably grace your school throughout the years that you are there.  Here at Wabash, we get many impressive speakers that come to talk, an accomplishment that many schools … Continue reading

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Monon Bell

Number of Monon Bells in possession: Wabash: 1 DePauw: 0 Today was the 120th Monon Bell game between Wabash College and our neighbors to the south, DePauw.  As you can see from the introduction to this blog, we won the … Continue reading

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What Would I Say?

Amidst the homework, the reading, and all of the meetings that are constantly happening at Wabash, we have to find time for fun.  Since we are situated at our computers a lot of the time, we tend to find small … Continue reading

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Monon Week, Veteran’s Day, Liberty, and Secular Life

Last night began the tradition of ringing the Monon Bell from the steps of Pioneer Chapel.  During Monon Week (the week that leads up to the Monon game) we ring the bell at all convenient times.  Inconvenient times, for instance, … Continue reading

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Don’t Pee in the Chapel

*Before jumping into this blog, I just wanted to let all of my readers know that the photos in this blog (and all the others) can be clicked on to be viewed in their full size.* Dr. Hollander gave a … Continue reading

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Guy Fawkes and HJR-6

Remember, remember the 5th of November. If you don’t know what Guy Fawkes Day/Bonfire Night is then take a seat, and listen close.  Imagine being a Catholic in 1600s Great Britain when King James I, a Protestant, was in power. … Continue reading

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Top Ten Day

Every year, prospective Wabash students in the top ten percent of their graduating class get to come to campus in something called Top Ten Day.  Top Ten Day is a way for students, and their parents, to become familiarized with … Continue reading

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