Monthly Archives: September 2011

Padgett Makes Time for Student Journalists

Howard W. Hewitt – Many Wabash alumni give back in so many ways it’s hard to detail them all though we try. Tim Padgett ’84 was Bachelor Editor during his time on campus and went on to a well-documented career … Continue reading

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New Home for the College “Brain”

The summer of 2011 was a busy one for the Wabash College IT department. The schedule included the usual upgrade of computers across campus, installation of software upgrades for both individuals and computer labs, and prepare user accounts for one … Continue reading

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IMA Exhibit and Event Break New Ground

Before the opening in August of the exhibit of ancient Nigerian art she curated for the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Wabash Art Professor Elizabeth Morton hoped aloud that Dynasty and Divinity: Ife Art in Ancient Nigeria would shatter museum-goers’ preconceived … Continue reading

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Students Celebrate Asian Culture

John Dykstra ’13 – Detchon Hall resonated with enthusiasm Thursday night embracing a wide variety of cultures. The International Students Association (ISA) hosted the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival. See photo album here. The event had a tremendous turnout despite being moved … Continue reading

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GOProud Leader to Speak Wednesday

Jimmy LaSalvia, Executive Director of GOProud, will talk about gay conservatism at 8 p.m. Wednesday night in Baxter 101. LaSalvia leads GOProud an organization that says it “represents gay conservatives and their allies. GOProud is committed to a traditional conservative … Continue reading

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Language Students Visit Chinatown

John Dykstra ’13 – Wabash students taking Mandarin and Chinese history classes had an engaging experience Sunday with Chinese culture. Professors Ssu-Yu Chou and Qian Zu Pullen led 31 students to Chinatown in Chicago. The essence of the trip was … Continue reading

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Miller ’12 to Attend Eco Conference

Wabash senior Adam Miller ’12 has been awarded a grant to attend the Oct. 4-6 SXSW Eco Conference in Austin, Texas. Miller earned the grant with his idea of creating a non-profit business to impact children throughout the world. “Last … Continue reading

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