Monthly Archives: January 2009

Schroeder Center Preps Wabash Men for Success

Jim Amidon — Drum roll for the biggest understatement on this website: It’s a tough job market out there. Tens of thousands of workers have been cut from our nation’s workforce in the last few months and it’s likely that … Continue reading

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Salatin Packs Salter Hall for Talk on Local Food

Howard W. Hewitt – Joel Salatin gave a fast-paced, no-nonsense, and humorous presentation Friday night in a packed Salter Hall that made a passionate case for a return to farm and family basics. His Polyface farm in Virginia uses a … Continue reading

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President Talks About Tough Fall, Looks Ahead

President Patrick White kicked off the second semester of Chapel Talks Thursday by reviewing the previous semester and talking about the College’s future. He reflected on the difficulties of the fall semester, including the death of a student, and the … Continue reading

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A Program Worthy of Note

Jim Amidon — Wabash College is home to two internationally recognized centers of excellence — the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion and the Center of Inquiry in the Liberal Arts at Wabash. The Wabash Center … Continue reading

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Dean’s List

Kim Johnson – I recently read an article on msnbc.com about the college entrance exam scores of student athletes. It discusses the significantly lower scores of the athletes – especially football and basketball players – as compared to the non-athletes. … Continue reading

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A Father’s Stories

Steve Charles—It’s my favorite scene from last year’s Big Bash Reunion: Carl Kelley ’43 is seated in Lilly Library, grinning like a kid as he tells a story about his days as student at Wabash. His son, Mike Kelley ’70, … Continue reading

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