Monthly Archives: January 2008

Barreto Stresses Understanding Differences

Howard W. Hewitt – Professor of Economics Bert Barreto shared childhood stories of fleeing Cuba and growing up in Miami to make a point in Thursday’s Chapel. Barreto weaved other stories into a tale of how he stayed home from … Continue reading

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Dedicated Leadership: Wabash’s Strategic Advantage

Jim Amidon — Wabash College is blessed in so many ways. It is rich in tradition and history; has a sizeable endowment to keep it independent and free from external control; and boasts an exceptional faculty and staff — good … Continue reading

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it’s a small world

Kim Johnson – My husband, David, and I just returned from our second trip to Disney World. We made our reservations shortly after we participated in the 500 Festival Mini Marathon in Indianapolis last May. While at the Mini Expo … Continue reading

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On Susan

Jim Amidon — Susan Veatch Cantrell slipped silently away from us early Monday morning after a long and courageous fight with a variety of health problems. That she left us silently is ironic. Susan’s words, written and spoken, rang loudly … Continue reading

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Schroeder ’99 Carrying on Family Tradition

Evansville, In. – Howard W. Hewitt – Carrying on tradition can be a burden or a great joy in  upholding family traditions. Scott Schroeder ’99 certainly has found it challenging, rewarding, and the life he always wanted. Scott’s great-grandfather started … Continue reading

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So, what do you think of the arch?

Howard W. Hewitt – Students returned from all around Indiana, the country, and world this week for second semester classes at Wabash College. Read the comments below and then add your own. Psychology experiment? Art Project? Admissions office? That’s a sampling … Continue reading

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The human story

Steve Charles—Indianapolis alums and fans of Tom Runge’s “Grunge Report” on the Wabash website may recall Andrew Shelton ’03 and his “new generation of cool.” Tom linked us to John Russell’s Indianapolis Star feature about Andrew and his invention, the … Continue reading

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