Monthly Archives: September 2008

Wabash Mourns Ginny Hays

Jim Amidon — Wabash lost one of its beloved alumnae over the weekend when Virginia “Ginny” Hays passed away in her home. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 5 in the Pioneer Chapel at … Continue reading

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Visiting Lecturer Provides “Wabash Moment”

Jim Amidon — I’ve often written about how much goes on at Wabash — in a single day or week — and I’ve often written about the unique opportunities our students have during their four years on campus. Last week … Continue reading

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Wabash Guys Talk Politics

Jim Amidon — Jim Shella, a political reporter with WISH TV in Indianapolis for the last 25 years, sets out from the Circle City once each week to take the political pulse of Indiana citizens. Wednesday, Shella came to Crawfordsville … Continue reading

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Looking Out For One Another

Jim Amidon — About six weeks ago, I was at my desk very early in the morning when Martha Riddle, a long-time employee with our Campus Services team, came into my office with some bad news. Martha told me that … Continue reading

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Football Players Read to City’s Elementary Students

Howard W. Hewitt – Wabash men perform community service in many different ways. Some of their efforts require significant muscle and sweat. Sometimes the task requires patience and understanding. Wabash’s Little Giant football team has had a tradition the past … Continue reading

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Remember Math Professor Bill Swift

The Wabash College community mourns the passing of Emeritus Professor of Mathematics Bill Swift, who died peacefully in his home last Thursday. The College welcomes comments from his former students and colleagues. Please post comments at the end of this … Continue reading

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Lesson: Don’t Leave the Field Before Halftime

Jim Amidon — I’ve been promoting and covering Wabash football for more than half my life. I can count on one hand the number of times I’ve left the field at the end of a game — or a half … Continue reading

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