Monthly Archives: February 2009

The Pillowman: Intense Theater at its Best

Jim Amidon — I slinked into the experimental theater Monday night to snap a handful of photos to publicize the Wabash College Theater’s production of the Tony Award-winning play The Pillowman. Director Michael Abbott and scene designer James Gross always … Continue reading

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A Scholar’s “Indiana Jones” Moment

  Steve Charles—I’m not a fan of opera. I’m not enchanted by Baroque music. Whenever I hear the term I can’t help thinking of Cogsworth the Clock from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and his line, “This is yet another … Continue reading

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Spaghetti Dinner Raises Nearly $3000

Howard W. Hewitt – Adult members of the Wabash and Crawfordsville community are often amazed at the philanthropic efforts of Wabash men. Wednesday night the students were amazed at the community’s generous heart. Last year members of the football team … Continue reading

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Two Students’ Perspective on NBA Basketball, Careers

Howard W. Hewitt – One of the great things about Wabash College for staff as well as faculty, is working with so many great young men. We bring a different skill set, life experiences, and perspective to their education. And … Continue reading

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Applications at an All-Time High

Jim Amidon — Interest in Wabash College is at an all-time high. Last Thursday, the Wabash Admissions Office received its 1,456th application for admission. That breaks the previous record of 1,450 applications set two years ago. Dean of Admissions and Financial … Continue reading

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A Meander through Kentucky

Steve Charles, Nashville, TN—My last two interviews of a five-day road trip will follow a relaxing meander yesterday back down to Nashville from Louisville via Bardstown and the Bluegrass Parkway. Professor Emeritus of Classics John Fischer had recommended a stop … Continue reading

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Visiting Louisville Alumni and John Fischer H’70

Steve Charles, Louisville, KY — Began the day surveying the battering the forests of Kentucky took during last week’s ice storm. All along the road between Nashville and Louisville the trees looked like they’d had their arms and heads lopped … Continue reading

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