Monthly Archives: December 2009

Oh, No! A Top 10 List!

Jim Amidon — There have been years in my career at Wabash when the fall semesters dragged on as if they might never end; when the mood of the students was down and winter break seemed like it might never come. … Continue reading

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The Midnight Munch Tradition

The end of the semester at Wabash brings many certainties… final examinations, lots of time in front of the computer, plenty of research time in the library, and a midnight snack on Tuesday evening to provide a break from what … Continue reading

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The Gentlemen of Wabash Are Quiet

Jim Amidon — I took a phone call from a Wabash College alumnus on Friday. He asked me how the “gentlemen of Wabash” were doing.   I was a little confused at first then asked, “You mean the students?”   He … Continue reading

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Learning “the Wabash Way”

Steve Charles—Just got back from a talk about last year’s summer study in Ecuador program—12 students and four faculty members who spent two weeks teaching English as a second language to high schoolers in a rough part of Quito and … Continue reading

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