Monthly Archives: November 2005

Was that a community meeting?

Jim Amidon — We had a Staff Community Meeting on Tuesday. These are typically pretty routine; you know, reports from the senior administrators and president. Sometimes the news is actually new; other times many of us already know the details … Continue reading

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A great example of blogging!

Howard Hewitt – One of the goals we have had since starting up Wabash blogs is to use them on immersion learning trips. Toby Herzog’s "English 497: Seminar in English Literatures: Place, Space, and Community in the Novels of Charles … Continue reading

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Robinson and Rhodes: A Perfect Fit

Jim Amidon — I vividly remember when I interviewed Jeremy Robinson ’04 for a Works in Progress feature in Wabash Magazine. We talked about everything — travel, politics, religion, family, and Wabash. It was obvious to me then that Robinson … Continue reading

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Wamidan: Another Brilliant Performance

Jim Amidon — Once I swallowed the last of the tail feathers, the crow I had eaten didn’t taste all that bad. See, almost a year ago I wrote a piece in Wabash Magazine that featured Julian Moureaux. In that … Continue reading

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“Bell Week”

Jim Amidon — I wish I had a nickle for every call or email I’ve gotten this week that began with, "Jim, I know it’s Bell Week, but…" Yes, it’s Bell Week. Coming in each morning I’ve seen smoke billowing … Continue reading

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Wabash Always Reads!

Jim Amidon — About two months ago I got a call from Mary Smith over at Nicholson Elementary School. She was working on a grant-funded program to encourage kids at her school to spend more time reading and less time … Continue reading

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Senior Theater Majors Bring Down the House

Jim Amidon — It’s been a busy fall, so I guess I hadn’t noticed it was again time for the "studio one-act plays" to be performed. So when Denis Farr sent out the campus announcement, it caught me off guard. … Continue reading

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