Monthly Archives: November 2011

On the Meaning of Wabash Always Fights

Alumnus Scott Smalstig attended Wabash’s football playoff game against North Central College with his son. Watching the Little Giants’ remarkable comeback to win on a gutsy two-point conversion call helped the father explain to the son the true meaning of … Continue reading

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Each Year We Try to Capture Moments

Howard W. Hewitt – A lot of time and oxygen is spent around Wabash College trying to explain to high school seniors, and others, the magic that happens in our classrooms. Sure, our young visitors are told about the important … Continue reading

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Gum’s Intensity Sets Monon Tone

Jim Amidon — Just when you think you’ve seen it all, along comes the 118th Monon Bell Classic. Fans who’ve watched the annual battle between Wabash College and DePauw University over the last quarter century have seen epic struggles, big … Continue reading

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‘Bash Flaunts ‘Stache

John Dykstra ‘13 – Wabash men have been encouraged to promote awareness of men’s cancers by not shaving their facial hair this Movember. Movember is a global health campaign in which men sport facial hair and raise money to fund … Continue reading

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A Win for the Seniors and a Win for Josh

Jim Amidon — For about 15 years, I’ve taken senior photos at Wabash College sporting events. The drill is almost always the same: Line up the seniors and their parents before the start of the last home game/meet/match and snap … Continue reading

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