Monthly Archives: February 2008

Grossnickle ’73 Shares “What’s the Difference” at Chapel

Throughout his experiences working with colleges and universities, Wabash College Trustee Ted Grossnickle ’73 has come to appreciate the uniqueness of the College. In his Chapel talk he explored the difference and what that means for Wabash men in the … Continue reading

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Hewitt Speaks of Social Change, Future

Jim Amidon — In his Chapel talk Thursday, my friend and colleague Howard Hewitt discussed the events, people, and cultural phenomena that shaped his life and career. Paying particular attention to the explosion of change in the 1960s, Hewitt shared … Continue reading

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Prof. Webb ’83 Talks on Duke Lacrosse Case

Howard W. Hewitt – The Duke Lacrosse case has significant implications for higher education, Professor of Religion Stephen Webb told students, faculty, and staff in Thursday’s Chapel Talk. Click here to hear the entire talk in a Wabash Podcast. Webb … Continue reading

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Obama’s Field Director Turns Organizing Upside-Down

Steve Charles—When I visited Jeremy Bird ’00 in Washington DC in the fall of 2005, he called his work as field director there for Wake-Up Wal-Mart “the best job I’ve had yet. “It combines my values and beliefs in social … Continue reading

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A Desire to Serve

Jim Amidon — There’s a pretty nasty stereotype some people in our community attach to Wabash College students. There’s a perception that Wabash guys all come from good homes, money, drive nice cars, and leave here only wanting to get … Continue reading

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Hoffman ’85 Recalls His Wabash Days

Howard Hewitt – Steve Hoffman ’85 brought his story as a Wabash student and graduate to Thursday’s Chapel Talk. He brought along his experiences, stories, and humor to talk about the Wabash experience. Hear the full talk by clicking here for … Continue reading

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“His brightness and energy shined through”

“Few have done more for Wabash in as many ways as Paul Mielke, and the abiding love he and Mary Lou shared seemed the foundation that allowed him that service.” I wrote those words when Mary Louise Mielke, Paul’s wife, … Continue reading

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