Monthly Archives: May 2010

Work Continues on Hollett Little Giant Stadium

Kyle Bender ’12 – Work continues at Hollett Little Giant Stadium as dump trucks haul away loads of sod stripped from the playing surface. The field is expected to be completely dirt by the end of the week as a full … Continue reading

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Athletics Fields Construction Underway

Kyle Bender ’12- A $6.2 million project to upgrade the football, baseball, soccer, and intramural facilities at Wabash College is underway. The project, announced in March by President Patrick White, shows the continued commitment by Wabash College to provide first-class … Continue reading

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A Generous Mind

Jim Amidon — I didn’t exactly know what to expect when I met Will Shortz Saturday night in Ball Theater.   Given the breadth of his intellect, I expected Shortz might be aloof or even snooty. After all, he does edit … Continue reading

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Building Music

Kim Johnson – During the last week of classes I sat in on the Music 202 final presentations. Music 202 (Instruments and Cultures) gives students an opportunity to learn about a wide variety of musical instruments and their cultural significance. … Continue reading

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It’s All About Getting the Details Right for Big Bash

Howard W. Hewitt – Academia has a committee for just about, well, everything. So two years ago I suggested ‘why not a committee on wine?’ Bon Appetit General Manager Mary Jo Arthur agreed. The occasion was selecting palatable wines for … Continue reading

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Midnight Munch Tradition Remains Wabash Favorite

Howard W. Hewitt – It’s hard to say any Wabash tradition stands out above all others. But it’s also hard to match the fun, camaraderie, and high spirits of Midnight Munch. What can be more fun than bacon at 11:30 … Continue reading

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A Special Night for Day

Jim Amidon — Wabash College held its annual “Awards Chapel” last Thursday night. I’ve attended well over a dozen of them during my time at the College, and each year it’s a remarkable event.   It’s also pretty formal. Students who … Continue reading

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