Monthly Archives: August 2012

Author/Chef Michael Ruhlman to Visit Oct. 16

Howard W. Hewitt – Known as one of the country’s most celebrated food authors, buddy to Anthony Bourdain, and a familiar face for his frequent television appearances, Michael Ruhlman will visit Wabash College Tuesday, Oct. 16. Ruhlman has appeared on … Continue reading

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Radtke ’74: ‘Inner Strength and Clarity of Will’

Steve Charles—When I received an email today notifying us that University of Hawaii Professor Emeritus Richard Radtke ’74 had died at age 60 on August 7, I thought immediately of the extraordinary essay he wrote for us in 2001. His … Continue reading

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Made in the Shade

Freshmen arriving and upperclassmen returning to campus will find a new “serendipitous” space for gathering, relaxing, and even holding class outdoors. A shaded seating area has replaced the chest-high hedges that once stood between Center and Baxter Halls, all part … Continue reading

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Luckey ’82 Loves Challenges at Lindsey Wilson

Howard W. Hewitt – Columbia, Ky. – Bill Luckey ’82 is the first to admit no one wants to hear about where you come from or how someone else operates when you’re in a top leadership position. But the President … Continue reading

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Student Listeners Celebrate Alumni

Ian Grant ’13—During the Scarlet Yarns recording sessions at this year’s Big Bash it was not uncommon for four or five of us—including Josh Mitchell ’13 (taping), Jimmy Kervan ’13, Ian MacDougall ’12, James Blaich ’14 (interviewing), and Steve Charles … Continue reading

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Johnson’s Photos “Click” in New Exhibit

Steve Charles—Kim Johnson has become our go-to photographer for Wabash Magazine. The “How It’s Made” edition currently in production simply wouldn’t have been possible without her, and Kim’s images of everything from computer chips to Alaskan glaciers to ravioli-making to … Continue reading

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Miller ’12 Pursues Passion In Cross Country Ride

Howard W. Hewitt  – Adam Miller ’12 is pursuing his passion and hopes to inspire and convince others to do the same. Miller climbed on his bike the morning of Aug. 1 in San Francisco planning to take approximately 60 … Continue reading

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