Monthly Archives: September 2007

Tarred and Feathered

Kim Johnson – So here it is, my first entry, of what I hope becomes many entries as a Wabash blogger. I started Monday in the Public Affairs Office and have spent much of my first week making my way … Continue reading

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Homecoming at Wabash

Jim Amidon — It’s a big week in Crawfordsville. The Art League kicks off its Downtown Exhibit Friday night, the same night as the Celebration of Chocolate. It’s also Homecoming at Wabash College, which includes a week of activities that … Continue reading

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Why Do Men Go To Wabash?

This entry first appeared in the September 21 edition of the Crawfordsville Journal Review. Its author is Sam King (pictured right), assistant editor, who covers the Wabash beat for the Journal Review. We publish it here because it’s an interesting … Continue reading

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Raters Urges Careful Word Choice

Howard W. Hewitt – Assistant Dean of Students Michael Raters ’85 talks to students in Thursday’s Chapel about the importance of word choice and action. Raters, who gave a Chapel talk four years ago when he began at Wabash, noted … Continue reading

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“What’s The Point?”

Jim Amidon — We were about 30 minutes this side of Decatur, Illinois Saturday morning following the Wabash football team to its game at Millikin University when my daughter announced from the back seat, “I’m not sure I see the … Continue reading

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We’ve Made Some Homepage Changes!

Howard W. Hewitt – Why change a web page? Putting a new face on the Wabash College website is not something we do without a lot of thought. This is not a redesign as much as a facelift. The changes … Continue reading

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Harris Honored for Work as SID

Jim Amidon — For about a decade, I represented the face of the Wabash College Athletics Department. As the sports information director, I worked with then-athletic director Max Servies to promote Wabash’s student-athletes to our competitive peers, the media, and … Continue reading

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