Monthly Archives: January 2014

AFC and Challenger

So, it has been a point of pride for me that I had not gotten involved with the Student Senate of Wabash College.  It’s not like I had anything against them, I just really, really, really dislike government.  Becuase of my governmental disdain, … Continue reading

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Flat Tires and Debates

Today I have had the unfortunate experience of dealing with my first flat tire.  I was heading out to Staples, one of the oh so fun things we do in this town, and my car was acting really funny.  I … Continue reading

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Remembering Aronno Haque

I wept tonight.  I cried for my friend, and Wabash brother, Aronno Haque. Tonight was his memorial, planned by students and alumni, and given in the Pioneer Chapel, the most iconic building on Wabash campus.  There were many tears shed … Continue reading

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First Impression of Classes

You know that old adage that goes something like “first impressions are the most important”?  I think that can apply to much more than people.  I believe that class first impressions are also important.  The first day of class you … Continue reading

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And We’re Back

On my second night of being back to Wabash, I am watching the third episode of the fourth season of a television show that I have never seen before: Downton Abbey. I’m watching this show on the invitation of Rob … Continue reading

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The Divine Comedy

I read one-third of Divina Commedia, the Inferno, for AP US History in 11th grade.  I really enjoyed it the.  I bet if I were to return to it, having matured and found a passion for religion, I would enjoy … Continue reading

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Dunkin’ Donuts

Y’know, people always say that we collegiates will miss things from home when we go away to college.  I’m sure that this has much to do with us just missing the familiar. The communities, buildings, even the bends in the … Continue reading

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Doctor Who

Winter break is good for a few things.  Resting, relaxing, sleeping.  There’s a theme there.  The other thing that break is good for, in my opinion, is catching up and watching gratuitous amounts of television.  This break, my time has … Continue reading

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The Loss of a Friend

We all know that death is a part of life.  No matter your religious our philosophical leaning, we all die.  I had been fortunate enough to never experience the death of someone close to me.  In my early teens, my … Continue reading

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