Author Archives: Kyle Bender

Ford Delivers Final Chapel Talk

Wabash College’s fourteenth president, Andy Ford, spoke at the final Chapel Talk of the year. Much of the audience was made up of seniors who were anxious to hear the president that rang them in as freshmen speak one last … Continue reading

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Lake Encourages Non-conformity

Dr. Timothy Lake, Director of the Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies delivered his Chapel Talk Thursday titled “Die Niggers: the High Price of a Wabash Education.” Click here to listen to the podcast. In his talk he spoke of … Continue reading

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Barnes Delivers Chapel Talk

Professor of History Emeritus Jim Barnes delivered Thursday’s Chapel Talk titled “Twenty Years After.” Click here to listen to the entire podcast.

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Grossnickle ’73 Shares “What’s the Difference” at Chapel

Throughout his experiences working with colleges and universities, Wabash College Trustee Ted Grossnickle ’73 has come to appreciate the uniqueness of the College. In his Chapel talk he explored the difference and what that means for Wabash men in the … Continue reading

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Just Another Day Playing with Fire

Kim Johnson – When I woke up this morning and saw the ground blanketed with fresh snow it seemed like the perfect day to go back to bed for a few more hours, then spend the remainder of the day … Continue reading

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it’s a small world

Kim Johnson – My husband, David, and I just returned from our second trip to Disney World. We made our reservations shortly after we participated in the 500 Festival Mini Marathon in Indianapolis last May. While at the Mini Expo … Continue reading

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A Wabash Man Is…

Kim Johnson – As I was clearing off my desk and getting things squared away before the holidays, I had some time to reflect about my first three months at Wabash. Even though I have not had a whole lot … Continue reading

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