Author Archives: Kim Johnson

New Furniture Delivered

Just in time for Big Bash, many of the public areas of campus received a facelift that included fresh paint, new seating, display cases, and tables. A generous donation from an alum brought east coast interior designer Sarah Kennedy Dolce … Continue reading

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Wabash Always Fights?!

Classics Professor Matt Sears took his Classics 113/History 210 class to the battlefield as part of their study of ancient warfare. Sears enlisted the help of Physics Professor Martin Madsen who advises the Western Martial Arts Club. Click here to … Continue reading

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Science Teachers Recognized

The Admissions Office and Wabash College Science faculty partnered to host its firstScience Teacher Recognition Program. Students in science courses were invited to nominate teachers who had a profound influence on their high school science careers. Those teachers received a letter … Continue reading

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Under a Shady Tree

I wandered around campus today attempting to find something “new” to photograph in the splendid Fall color we’re experiencing right now (see here). However I was feeling rather uninspired. I have a particular route I tend to follow when I … Continue reading

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From Gray To Green

Brent Harris – Nearly half of the final base layer is in place on the football field. We should see the field change from gray stone to a mix of brown sand and stone, then to green FieldTurf toward the … Continue reading

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The Midnight Munch Tradition

The end of the semester at Wabash brings many certainties… final examinations, lots of time in front of the computer, plenty of research time in the library, and a midnight snack on Tuesday evening to provide a break from what … Continue reading

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Wabash Trio Uses Sports to Provide Assistance

Rich Blastic ’82 found himself in an interesting position at the start of the year. As a new member of the school board for the Calvary Christian School in Highland, Indiana, he realized the school would need some assistance in … Continue reading

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