Monthly Archives: August 2010

Bon Appetit A Big Hit at Taste of Montgomery County

Howard W. Hewitt – Bon Appetit has always done special events around campus with flair. Besides making sure the food is just right, the staff pays attention to the details of decoration and presentation. The staff must have had a … Continue reading

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Freshmen Bloggers Ready to Document First Year

Many believe blogging or keeping a journal was part of the early stages of social media. Wabash is entering its fifth year of presenting student bloggers. Around here we like to say “Wabash Men Speak for Themselves” and no where … Continue reading

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Turf Gives Wabash Fresh Face

Jim Amidon — I walked across the Wabash College campus Friday morning so I could check up on the progress at Hollett Little Giant Stadium. Various crews have been working to install a new synthetic playing surface, scoreboard, and give the … Continue reading

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Freshmen Visit President for Ice Cream

Howard W. Hewitt – Wabash freshmen go through a pretty intense five days of orientation upon arrival but they get to cap it off with a fun event at the President’s home. President Patrick White and his wife Chris hosted … Continue reading

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Football Field Gets Finishing Touches

Jim Amidon — August 25 — The Field Turf crew installing the new playing surface at Hollett Little Giant Stadium is entering the final phase of work. On Tuesday, the crew began spreading tons and tons of fine white sand, … Continue reading

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The Big Red “W”

Work continued over the weekend on the FieldTurf at Hollett Little Giant Stadium. Matt Sanchez and his crew shaved and glued the giant — and I mean giant — red “W” at midfield Sunday morning. Today the crew will finish … Continue reading

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Blogs Back Up with New Look, Wider Format

Howard W. Hewitt – We are near the completion of a successful migration to a new software platform for all Wabash College blogs. The blogs are all back up today and readers will notice the wider format and cleaner look … Continue reading

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