Monthly Archives: December 2007

A Soulful Woman

Mary Louise Mielke was the wife of Wabash Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science Paul Mielke ’42, but I attended her memorial service Thursday in the College’s Detchon International Hall wanting to learn much more than that. As it turns … Continue reading

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The Coach as Teacher

Steve Charles—With the exception of the Monon Bell Game, Little Giant football isn’t the beat I cover here for Public Affairs. And even at that Game, my assignment is “crowd shots.” At Homecoming, I don’t take game or queen contest … Continue reading

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Creighton and Wabash: Good Things to Come

Jim Amidon — Wabash football coach Chris Creighton will spend Christmas tomorrow with his wife, Heather, and their three children. They’ll wake early, open presents, and celebrate the wonders of the season. On Wednesday, Creighton will turn the page to … Continue reading

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A Wabash Man Is…

Kim Johnson – As I was clearing off my desk and getting things squared away before the holidays, I had some time to reflect about my first three months at Wabash. Even though I have not had a whole lot … Continue reading

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Daughters

Steve Charles—“It might seem odd for a woman to claim such a kinship to a ‘school for men,’” University of Arkansas Professor Marta Collier writes in her essay “My Brothers for Life” in the latest Wabash Magazine. “But I found … Continue reading

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A Filmmaker in the Liberal Arts Tradition

Steve Charles—One of my greatest frustrations in trying to cover the lives of Wabash alumni for Wabash Magazine is that I just can’t keep up. Even with the help of class agents, professors, advancement officers, and great alumni affairs and … Continue reading

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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Kim Johnson – When I interviewed four months ago for my position at Wabash nearly every person I spoke with (ten different people if I remember correctly) asked me the same question. Why Wabash? The answer is easy. First, it’s … Continue reading

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