Monthly Archives: October 2007

A Fitting Tribute

Kim Johnson – I’m a girl – okay, so I’m a 31 year-old “woman” but “woman” makes me feel old. What about “lady?” Point being, I’m on a campus of men. One thing I have learned in life is that … Continue reading

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Sphinx Club Drives Co-Motion

Jim Amidon — The Sphinx Club is, perhaps, the most misunderstood student organization on the Wabash College campus. Members of the Sphinx Club wear red and white-striped overalls and white “beanies” with black buttons, and they lead cheers at Wabash … Continue reading

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Civil Discourse – Who Needs It?

While many encourage civil discourse, Professor of Philosophy Mark Brouwer would suggest such an approach doesn’t go far enough. Brouwer delivered the Oct. 25 Chapel Talk on the difficulties of having a conversation. He suggested a subtitle for his lecture, … Continue reading

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I Would Have Struggled at Wabash

Kim Johnson — I consider myself a fairly intelligent person. I graduated fifth in my high school class and “With Distinction” from Purdue. But I think I would have struggled at Wabash. In fact, I am struggling at Wabash right … Continue reading

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Remembering Rod

Steve Charles — One of the fringe benefits of being technologically incompetent is that you get to know, and often rely upon, very good people. At Wabash, one of those people for 15 years has been Rod Helderman, our systems … Continue reading

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Athletics History Every Wabash Man Should Know

Howard W. Hewitt – The history of Wabash College athletics stretches back to the 1860s. The College’s athletic history has been documented largely due to the writings of Max Services ’58 during his years as Wabash College’s wrestling coach and … Continue reading

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“The years but make it holier”

Steve Charles—The love story of General Lew Wallace and his future bride begins at a piano. A piano that, until yesterday, was right here on the Wabash campus. The exact ages and dates are sketchy as laid out in Lew … Continue reading

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