Monthly Archives: June 2010

Progress on the New Baseball Stadium

Kyle Bender ‘12 – As part of a $6.2 million upgrade to the Wabash College outdoor athletics facilities, work has now began on the new baseball stadium to be built on the southwest side of the Allen Center.  During the … Continue reading

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The Intern

Jim Amidon — Tomorrow is my 45th birthday, which means exactly nothing other than that I’m now closer to 50 than I am to 40. It also means I’ve been working at Wabash College for more than half my life.   Indeed, … Continue reading

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Lime Being Added to Field

Kyle Bender ’12 – Hollett Little Giant Field saw a flurry of activity Friday morning as crews poured large truck loads of lime across the playing surface. The lime is being put down to help dry up moisture that has … Continue reading

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Rural Medicine and Rattlesnakes

Jim Amidon — I’ve enjoyed reading all of the blog entries from our students doing on-campus research, traveling on Dill grants, studying in the Business Leaders Program, and those who are involved in various internships on and off campus.   … Continue reading

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Alum’s Marina is Top Family Business in Wisconsin

Steve Charles—Just finished fact-checking a story I wrote for the upcoming issue of Wabash Magazine about Tom Whowell ’62, who, with his family, owns and operates Gordy’s Lakefront Marine, the largest full-service marina on Wisconsin’s Geneva Lake. Tom gave me … Continue reading

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Construction Crew Pouring Cement for Drainage

Kyle Bender ’12 – It has been not quite as busy at the football field construction site, where new FieldTurf surface is being installed.  Warm weather has now dried the field and work resumed Thursday morning. Preparation for a cement drain running … Continue reading

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Weather Can’t Slow Field Project

Howard Hewitt – Weather conditions over the past week and a half haven’t been great, but workers are busily progressing on Wabash’s new Athletic Fields construction projects . Our Public Affairs summer intern Kyle Bender ’12 went out with the … Continue reading

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