Monthly Archives: April 2008

Teaching and Learning Outside the Classroom

Kim Johnson – I was at the Boys and Girls Club one evening last week to watch my neighbors’ four-year-olds play soccer. I took my camera – it’s pretty much become my right hand – and consider it my privilege … Continue reading

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Art Class Takes to Waters of Sugar Creek

Howard W. Hewitt – A lot of creativity, some engineering, and the pressure of a class final culminated Thursday with a cardboard raft race down Sugar Creek. Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Joe Gower gave his students a fun project … Continue reading

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Ford Delivers Final Chapel Talk

Wabash College’s fourteenth president, Andy Ford, spoke at the final Chapel Talk of the year. Much of the audience was made up of seniors who were anxious to hear the president that rang them in as freshmen speak one last … Continue reading

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Coach Johnson Honored for 37 Years

Jim Amidon — About 400 of us gathered Saturday night in Knowling Fieldhouse to honor our friend, mentor, and coach, Rob Johnson. Rob Johnson, who for the last 37 years has been at the helm of the track and field … Continue reading

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Obama Rally Explains Bird’s Passion

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – As mentioned in the previous entry during this trip to Philly, Jeremy Bird ’00 puts in incredibly long days. He arrives at his office at about 8:30 a.m. and with Tuesday’s Pennsylvania primary getting closer seldom leaves … Continue reading

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Just Go To The Play!

Jim Amidon — I laughed so hard last night my stomach hurts this morning. Every time I twist or turn in my desk chair, I’m reminded of the great fun Chris, Sammie, and I had at the Wabash College Theater’s … Continue reading

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Hudson Hopeful as Earth Day Approaches

Jim Amidon — Marc Hudson has a voice like a summer wind. Not a breeze, but a warm, strong, and sometimes gusty wind. In Chapel Thursday, his voice moved from whispery softness when describing emerging spring ephemerals to gale force … Continue reading

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