Monthly Archives: May 2010

Glee Club Tours City of Quito

Miguel Aguilar ’10 – Today we were able to finally get a tour of Quito. We were able to sing in front of one of the churches before but now we were able to learn its history. We went to … Continue reading

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Zabriskie ’12 Taken by Historical and Natural Beauty

Chris Zabriskie ‘12 - Unbelievable. This word truly describes not only my whole experience in Ecuador, but today especially. However, that was not how I felt this morning. After having a wonderful evening enjoying drinks with the guys, I unfortunately had … Continue reading

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The Pan-American Highway

Rob Dyer ‘13 - The Pan-American Highway officially runs from the west coast of the United States to Buenos Aires, although unofficial routes extend it from the northern slope of Alaska to the southern tip of Argentina. We followed this road yesterday … Continue reading

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Singing in the Grande Plaza

Andrew Forrester ’11 – Wow. Another amazing day in Ecuador with the Glee Club! It’s been quite an unbelievable four days so far…it seems like it has been so much longer!   I’m going to be honest, I was pretty … Continue reading

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First Concert

Donovan Bisbee ‘12 - This afternoon the chords and words of “Old Wabash” rang out as they never have before. Our school song has been sung at football games, concerts, and at alumni reunions across the nation. However, today we sang “Old Wabash” … Continue reading

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Bird Watching and Early Morning Adventures

Forrest Craig ‘10 - It’s only eleven a.m. in Ecuador, but it seems as if a whole day has already passed. The Glee Club is on its way back to Quito after visiting the mountainous cloud forests of Mindo. Right now … Continue reading

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Arrival in Quito

Pete Guiden ‘12 - Last night the Glee Club arrived in Quito, Equador, after a long succession of flights and layovers between Indianapolis, Houston, and Quito. Our flights were uneventful, a good thing. After four and a half hours, the plane began … Continue reading

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