Monthly Archives: July 2006

Just a different vocabulary

Steve Charles—I stopped by math professor Mike Axtell’s office last week to see how much he’s enjoyed working with the Department’s Algebra Institute students this summer ("a lot") and how the experience differed from teaching the rest of the year … Continue reading

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Wabash Student Trying to Leave Lebanon

Howard W. Hewitt – Labaki returned to campus July 27, safely making the trip from Beirut to Damascus. Read more about it here. 7/24/06 – Wassim Labaki ’08 a Lebanon native is struggling to leave his home country and return … Continue reading

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Internship Been Great for Student, Alum

Howard W. Hewitt – Bloomington, Ind. – The summer road trips to visit current students and Wabash alums is always another great story waiting to be told. Pat East ’00 graduated from Wabash College with what he calls “an almost … Continue reading

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God’s Gentleman

Steve Charles—When Jim Czarniecki ’71 was editor of The Wabash yearbook his senior year, he did away with many of the cliches of the genre—what he called the "old gray coat-and-tie-and-stand-in-a line" photos. He hoped to "capture something that is … Continue reading

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Summer Research Beats Mowing Lawns

Jim Amidon —Times sure do change. Ten years ago, summers at Wabash were pretty low-key; not much was going on. But today — even though no regular classes are held — there seems to be as much activity as any … Continue reading

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Karibuni!

Steve Charles—Drivers on CR 700 East must wonder why a  sign inscribed with the Swahili word for "Welcome" adorns the entry to Bob and Lea Ann Einterz’ home in Zionsville, Indiana. I found out exactly why last weekend when I … Continue reading

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Summer Months Have Strong Focus on Business

Howard W. Hewitt – Indianapolis, Ind. – Any young man considering Wabash as a foundation for a career in business should have tagged along this morning to Indianapolis. Lu Hamilton, of the Alumni Career Office, was visiting Lilly Endowment interns … Continue reading

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