Monthly Archives: September 2006

Cagle Meets with Student Journalists

Howard W. Hewitt – One of the national’s top political cartoonists is on campus meeting with students, classes, and will give a public lecture tonight. Daryl Cagle, political cartoonist for MSNBC, will speak at 8 p.m. in Baxter Hall. Besides … Continue reading

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Cooking in the President’s Kitchen

Steve Charles—Since his arrival on campus, President Pat White has been encouraging members of the Wabash community to get to know one another better and to join in the "grand conversation" of the liberal arts. He wants those conversations to … Continue reading

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Blix Chapel Talk Turns Instructional

 Howard W. Hewitt – Chapel Talk is one of those wonderful Wabash traditions perhaps a bit difficult to explain to the outside world. Some Chapel talks are quite serious, academic, and even sobering at times. Other Chapel talks are often … Continue reading

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“Weird” music, great listening

Audiences watching percussionist Syud Momtaz Ahmed ’07 perform at Wabash know the incredible focus, experimentation, and joy he brings to his music. Now the rest of the world is going to hear it, too. Taz, as he’s known to us … Continue reading

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Dudevoir ’06 Salutes Fallen Brothers

Howard W. Hewitt – Matt Dudevoir ’06 poked a little fun at himself in Thursday’s Chapel Talk. He admitted following the President and Dean was a daunting assignment. “I’ve never heard of me either,” he opened. “Who better to follow … Continue reading

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Dean Urges Care Writing E-mail

Howard W. Hewitt – What is it that goes on while the world changes, babies are born, terrorist plots are hatched and shifting of the earth’s crust? “E-mail,” was the answer suggested Thursday by Dean of the College Gary Phillips.  … Continue reading

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Big Turnout For Study Abroad Details

Howard W. Hewitt – Students packed Detchon Hall to learn more about studying abroad Tuesday at lunch. Dr. Rick Warner talked with students about the opportunities available and how to apply. Three students spoke during a pizza lunch about their … Continue reading

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