Monthly Archives: May 2012

Coldiron ’78 Credits Wabash for Career Success

Howard Hewitt – CINCINNATI, Ohio – Dr. Brett Coldiron ’78 arrived at Wabash College in the fall of 1973 as an accomplished student and athlete. He realized pretty quick after his arrival he still had a lot to learn. Coldiron … Continue reading

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Wabash Student, Alum Make Bark Park a Reality

A Wabash student and alum teamed last summer to develop an idea for Carmel, Indiana’s first Bark Park. Kurt Snyder ’89 employed Sam Spoerle ’13 during the 2011 summer months. “Sam worked for me as an paid intern via a … Continue reading

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Last Chance to See ‘Amazing Works’

Steve Charles—Friday and Saturday of Commencement Weekend mark your final chance to see the Senior Art Exhibit that Wabash Fine Arts Gallery Director Michael Atwell calls “possibly the best ever.” “The works are amazing, and the students’ presentation and treatment … Continue reading

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Plohr ’12 Makes ’Tea Time’ a Treat

Steve Charles—Three weeks ago Jordan Plohr ’12 kept the audience in stitches with his portrayal of Harpagon in Moliere’s “The Miser,” but the senior’s final appearance on the Wabash Theater stage wasn’t as an actor. Two weeks ago, Plohr hosted … Continue reading

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Midnight Munch Founder Back on the Line

Midnight Munch is a long-standing tradition at Wabash College. Students gather at the Sparks Center Great Hall on Tuesday night of finals week to enjoy some eggs, pancakes, sausage, bacon, mixed fruit, pastries, and other assorted study-break snacks — all … Continue reading

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