Monthly Archives: January 2014

Students Gather for State of Union Discussion

Scott Morrison ’14 – The frigid temperatures did not stop roughly 50 enthusiastic Wabash students from attending a flash discussion on President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Tuesday night. The event co-sponsored by the College Republicans and Democrats as … Continue reading

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GM’s Davlin ’85 Talks Pricing with Econ Students

Howard W. Hewitt – Jim Davlin ’85 told a large group of Wabash students Friday that pricing any consumer product has many variables, some obvious and some less so. Davlin, a Wabash Economics major, is now General Motors Vice President … Continue reading

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Claxon ’06 Talks Behind the Theater Curtain

Brent Harris – Wabash College students peeked behind the theater curtain Tuesday afternoon thanks to a visit from Donald Claxon ’06. Claxon returned to his alma mater to discuss the duties and responsibilities off stage in both theater and opera … Continue reading

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Shift Gears for Success

Richard Paige — He drew me in with a well-emphasized have. “I don’t play golf when it’s hot. I don’t play golf when there is a chance of rain, because I don’t have to. I can wait for 250 other … Continue reading

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Wabash Preparation Aids Medical Resident

Richard Paige – This most recent winter storm makes me wish I were in Jason Siegel’s shoes. Ten days ago he and I were steps away from the Atlantic Ocean sharing the joys of a sunny, 80-degree day in Jacksonville, Fla.  … Continue reading

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