Monthly Archives: September 2013

‘Where To Find What You Need To Know’

Steve Charles—Ten Wabash men with eight different majors work at one of Indiana’s fastest growing and most innovative companies. That says a lot for the agility of a liberal arts education in today’s high-tech world. So does the company’s Web … Continue reading

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A Snapshot of Lives Transformed

Steve Charles—I hate typos. In someone else’s stuff, maybe it’s just annoying, sometimes even funny (this one, for example). But when I make them in a Wabash publication? It’s not like a Web site, where you’ll see a typo one … Continue reading

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What Does Freshman Photographer do for an Encore?

Howard W. Hewitt – Alex Moseman ’11, who now works in admissions, was a pretty good photographer during his time as a student and Bachelor photo editor. Late this summer Alex called me to report he met an incoming freshman … Continue reading

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Stowers ’14 Inspires Wabash on 9-11

Howard W. Hewitt – We have told the story of senior Josh Stowers, commuter, husband, father, and Wabash Man, on several occasions. He is a citizen-soldier who did three tours of duty in Iraq before enrolling at Wabash. Last year … Continue reading

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Tutorial Trip: Muscle Make the Man?

Fifteen students in Professor Shamira Gelbman’s freshman tutorial traveled to Beach Grove High School last Saturday to attend the NPC Natural Circle City Championships, an annual bodybuilding competition run by the Scientific Exercise Training Team collective. Dr. Gelbman’s tutorial is … Continue reading

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