Monthly Archives: December 2005

Doing Great in New Jersey

Howard Hewitt – At times it seems like our most recent graduates are the most difficult to track. But a personal connection to Bogdan Ianev ’03 led to a fun lunch and period of catching up Dec. 26 in Indianapolis. … Continue reading

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Life finds a way

Have any species named after you? Jim Childress ’64 has four. The Hoosier native and marine physiologist has been studying the animals that surround hydrothermal vents since 1979. He has made 65 dives in Alvin and other deep-sea submersibles—expeditions the … Continue reading

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From Baul to Rock Star

Steve Charles—Junior chemistry major Syud Momtaz Ahmed shouldn’t have been so surprised when a standing-room-only crowd showed up for his noon hour presentation on the music of his native Bangladesh. Taz, as he’s known to most of us on campus, … Continue reading

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Senior quarterback Russ Harbaugh has certainly represented Wabash well in Mexico as a member of the US team at the 2005 Aztec Bowl. Harbaugh finished two-a-day practices Wednesday and was interviewed on the Aztec Bowl Preview Show last night. He … Continue reading

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Midnight Munch Fills Stomachs During Finals Week

Howard Hewitt – Like so many other student-faculty events, it’s hard to tell who’s having more fun at the twice-a-year Midnight Munch – the students or the faculty/staff. During fall and spring finals’ week, faculty and staff volunteers serve up … Continue reading

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Heavy Snow Blankets Campus

Howard Hewitt – Although it wasn’t the season’s first snow fall, it was the first serious one! Nearly 8 inches of snow covered the Wabash College campus late Thursday night making for a Christmas postcard like appearance Friday morning. Campus … Continue reading

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Raise a Glass for Dear Old Wabash!

Howard Hewitt – Many a young man dreaming of becoming a doctor, lawyer, or business man finds his way to Wabash College. But not too many young men dream of running a winery find themselves in Crawfordsville. Mark Easley ’90 … Continue reading

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