Monthly Archives: April 2010

It’s Not Easy

Kim Johnson – It’s not easy to eat healthy. It’s not easy to exercise at least 30 minutes a day most days of the week. It’s not easy finding time to relax and de-stress. It’s not always easy to talk … Continue reading

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Dinner With Cook, Students Stir Italian Memories

Howard W. Hewitt – I’ve posted blogs from students traveling abroad for the past four years. During the immersion trips I’m always taken by students’ writing about the experience. One aspect I never quite understood was Wabash men talking about … Continue reading

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Grady Enjoys Capstone Moment

Jim Amidon — Cody Grady has less than a month left in Crawfordsville. He’ll graduate as a theater major with the rest of the Wabash College Class of 2010 on May 16.   But rather than coasting to the finish … Continue reading

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Same Old Busch

Jim Amidon — Roger Busch has almost never turned down a challenge.   The head coach of Wabash’s cross country team and assistant coach of the track team was known as daredevil of sorts when he was a Wabash undergraduate … Continue reading

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Wabash College in Color

Kim Johnson – With a nineteen-month-old daughter, my perspective on things has changed a lot. Thanks to her, when it was time to grab my camera to capture spring it was easy to find focus. In fact, the focus actually … Continue reading

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Bowen Takes Initiative On Greenhouse Video

Howard W. Hewitt – There are many great staff people at Wabash College who are great to work with and go out of their way to do good things for the school. It’s a little extra special when some take … Continue reading

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Health Can Be Fun, Collaboration Joyous

As the new issue of Wabash Magazine reaches mailboxes this week, readers may do a double-take. We’re counting on it. It’s been a while since a WM cover promised to tell you “What Women Want from Their Wabash Men” or … Continue reading

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