Monthly Archives: May 2006

Wallies Heading to Bridgeton Today

Howard Hewitt – The College mission statement says: “Wabash College educates men to think critically, act responsibly, lead effectively, and live humanely.” Once in awhile a unique opportunity comes along to allow students the opportunity to practice the ‘live humanely’ … Continue reading

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An Unexpected Connection

Jim Amidon — One of the great traditions of any Wabash Commencement is the awarding of honorary degrees. Over the years the College has honored heads of state, leaders in business, and acclaimed scholars from all over the world. This … Continue reading

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An(ne) Amazing First Lady

Jim Amidon — Wabash College held its 168th Commencement exercises on Sunday, starting with the Baccalaureate Chapel and ending with 203 young men earning their sheepskin diplomas late in the afternoon. Commencement traditions continued with the awarding of honorary doctorates … Continue reading

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Sophomore Hams it Up With Robin Williams

Howard W. Hewitt – While we spend lots of time noting the interesting student internships and summer jobs, often our Wabash students share other interesting experiences they’ve had away from campus. Bryce Chitwood ’08 recently returned from New York City … Continue reading

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Class of 2006: Reflection and Wisdom

Jim Amidon — You read so much today about how young people are disconnected, lack focus, care little about the past, and are only whimsical about the future. If you really believe that, spend a little time with a college … Continue reading

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Dead Week and Finals: The Year Winds Down

Jim Amidon — Remember what it was like during final exam week back in your high school or college days? I don’t remember a thing about my Wabash College final exams. I remember the week itself quite well, but the … Continue reading

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