Monthly Archives: August 2009

President Welcomes Freshmen to Elston Homestead

Howard W. Hewitt – Wabash’s Class of 2013 ended its five days of orientation Wednesday night by having ice cream with President and Mrs. White. See a photo album here. The tradition is a fun one. The President clearly enjoys the … Continue reading

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WAR Council Hands Out Gatorade to Freshmen

Howard W. Hewitt – Freshmen are somewhat overwhelmed the first few days of orientation. They are learning their way around, registering for classes, and being given lots of advice. Sometimes it takes a gimmick to make a point. Members of … Continue reading

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Class of 2013 – Your Bell is Ringing

Kim Johnson – The freshmen have arrived, the upperclassmen are trickling in, and classes are about to begin. Campus is bustling with energy once again!   I have said it many times before and will say it again, my favorite … Continue reading

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My Favorite Wabash Tradition

Jim Amidon — Wabash College is a pretty neat and somewhat quirky place. It survives and thrives on traditions — like when President Pat White “rung in” the Class of 2013 with a hand bell that’s at least 175 years old … Continue reading

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A Fire Runs Through It

Steve Charles—We talk often about how immersion trips recharge and reshape our students’ lives, and rightly so. I’ve been on two of those trips and seen the changes. I’ve read accounts of them from dozens of students over the years, … Continue reading

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Bachelor Preparing 4th Back-to-Campus Edition

Howard Hewitt – Student leaders and athletes have returned to campus to prepare for the new school year. Along with that group is a solid core of Bachelor staffers on campus to prepare the fourth-annual Back-to-Campus Bachelor. Four years ago … Continue reading

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Student Leaders get HELPful Advice

Jim Amidon — It’s a couple of days before the bulk of the Wabash freshmen arrive. About 75-80 upperclassmen are back on campus, cleaning up fraternity houses and straightening up residence halls in anticipation of the arrival of the new class … Continue reading

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