Monthly Archives: March 2014

Glee Club Campus Concert

In what is clearly the better of the two concerts taking place on campus this weekend, the Wabash College Glee Club will be performing in their campus concert on Sunday, March 30th at 4:00PM in Salter Hall.  Along with the … Continue reading

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Honor Scholarship Weekend Activities Fair

Yesterday, I was up a little earlier than usual.  This is Honor Scholarship Weekend, in which students come to campus to compete for millions in scholarship.  Every Honor Scholar Friday, there is an activity fair in Knowling Fieldhouse. This activity … Continue reading

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Wabash Happenings

Have you ever wondered if Superman catching a freefalling damsel in distress would crush her body from the impact of Superman’s rippling arms?  Or, have you ever thought about the Flash’s uniform catching on fire due to the friction of … Continue reading

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Slaughterhouse Five

My experience with Vonnegut is limited.  Specifically, I have two experiences with his works.  I own, and have read a bit of, Breakfast of Champions.  What I have read of that book, I have really enjoyed. My second experience was … Continue reading

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Glee Club Tour Ends

Glee Club Spring Tour 2014 has officially ended.  We arrived back to Wabash campus at around 4:30PM on Saturday.  The trip was fun, if tiring at times.  The sense of friendship amongst those men that attend tour is made apparent … Continue reading

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Spring Tour Day 1

Glee Club Spring Tour is always an interesting experience.  Put a bunch of Wabash guys on a bus for hours, especially guys that love to sing, and you have quite the musical journey.  Our musical journey began at around 11:30am … Continue reading

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Ash Wednesday

I remember being in the 4th grade and experiencing my first Ash Wednesday.  I had gone to public school before then, but I started Catholic school my 4th grade year.  I had no idea what was going on with all of … Continue reading

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Macbeth

I would not say that I am the biggest Shakespeare fan.  I find his work hard to read, from a linguistic standpoint, but I understand and appreciate the importance of the work.  I have seen three Shakespeare performances: Romeo and … Continue reading

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