Monthly Archives: May 2007

Present Indiana is Unique Learning Opportunity

Howard W. Hewitt – The Lilly-funded Present Indiana Program is one of the most unique learning opportunities on campus. PIP funds summer internships for students to study cultural or historical aspects of Indiana. The full-time internships last eight weeks. Director of … Continue reading

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Commencement: A Father’s Perspective

Steve Charles—Bill Cook ’66 is one of the finest teachers and scholars to have graduated from Wabash. (Scholar with a capital "S"—this photo of Bill was taken Sunday as he waited in the Chapel for Baccalaureate to begin and passed … Continue reading

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Wabash Men Share Dollar/Tommy’s Memories

A long time Wabash watering hole is gone! Send us your brief memory or story and we’ll add it to this blog! E-mail to: hewitth@wabash.edu We shot new photos just before noon today. See that photo album here. Mark Dill, … Continue reading

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Little Giant Faculty Take on the Marathon

Steve Charles—Professor John Zimmerman stopped by my office Friday and asked me if I knew how many Wabash faculty and staff members were running in Indy’s 500 festival Mini-Marathon over the weekend. “I don’t know,” I said. “Maybe one, two?” … Continue reading

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A Whale of a Good Time

I can always tell when the semester is coming to a close — the call for volunteers for the Midnight Munch emanates †from the Dean of Students Office at Wabash. Faculty and staff from all over campus gather in the … Continue reading

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Wabash Men Teach “One World”

Jim Amidon — A dozen men from Wabash College began their Diversity Day presentations at Hose School last Thursday with a simple question: “Do any of you know what the word diversity means?” In the first session with kindergartners, first … Continue reading

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Restoring a piano, remembering a mentor

Steve Charles—Last year, the first “half” of the gift of Jill and John Failey ’72 to Wabash—a new Steinway concert piano—was debuted in Salter Hall by world-renowned pianist Andreas Klein. The blend of the Failey’s generosity and Klein’s virtuosity as … Continue reading

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