Monthly Archives: December 2008

Oakes ’86 Sworn in as Judge

Jim Amidon — Wabash alumnus Tim Oakes ’86 has dreamed of becoming a judge for as long as I can remember — and I’ve known him for more than 25 years. His dream became reality — officially — on Monday … Continue reading

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Spirit of Giving

Jim Amidon — As I sat down to write this last Friday, I did so with a smile on my face. I had just finished writing a few brief stories about some of the good works Wabash students had done … Continue reading

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Haidari Returns to Wabash, Rebuilds Home Country

Jim Amidon — Ashraf Haidari returned home on Tuesday. No, he did not return to Kabul, Afghanistan, where he lived as a child. He returned to Crawfordsville, where his American host family lives and to Wabash, which he credits for … Continue reading

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‘Twas the Night before Finals

Jim Amidon — December 15, 2008 ‘Twas the night before Finals, when all through the land, The students were cramming, not playing Rock Band. Their papers and notes all ordered with care, In hopes that Winter Break soon would be … Continue reading

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Link Wabash Stories to Your Choice of Sites

Howard W. Hewitt – It’s tough keeping pace in the ever-changing world of social networking and internet news sites. The Wabash website has had an “e-mail to a friend” link for years. Just recently we added something new. If you … Continue reading

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The Maturation Process of Freshmen

Howard W. Hewitt — Those of us in the Public Affairs Office occasionally write about our infrequent visits into Wabash College classrooms. We talk about the interaction of professors and students, and remarkable dialogue that takes place across campus each … Continue reading

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Bird’s Work for Obama “Incredibly Fulfilling”

Howard W. Hewitt – Jeremy Bird called his work in the Barack Obama campaign ‘incredibly fulfilling.” Bird, a field organizer and key leader in campaign work, spent Tuesday on campus. His evening speech drew approximately 40 students, staff and faculty members. … Continue reading

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