Monthly Archives: July 2013

Jeff Bell ’14: Taking Liberal Arts Education to the Workplace

Jeff Bell ’14:  Setting about the task of synthesizing these last two months of my life is quite an intimidating feat to attempt, but I will try to do justice to the spectacular experiences that I have found around every … Continue reading

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Ray Stark ’14: Thirsty to End the Water Crisis

Ray Stark ’14:  Life has moved from 0-60 as soon as I arrived in Los Angeles to start my internship with the Thirst Project.  The internship began with the biggest jet lag of my life.  As soon as I arrived … Continue reading

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Taylor Neal ’14: Learning the Intricacies of a Biomedical Startup

Taylor Neal ’14:  Everyone at Wabash has heard stories about how amazing our graduate network is, but only recently did I fully understand the extent of that reality.  During the Celebration of Student Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work in January, … Continue reading

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Jon Laird ’15: The Life of a Trial Lawyer

Jon Laird ’15:  Going into my internship I had very little knowledge of how a law firm was run and what the day to day life of a trial lawyer entailed.  When I first connected with Patrick Becherer ’65, who … Continue reading

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Carter Adams ’15: The Military Voter Protection (MVP) Project

Carter Adams ’15:  This summer, I am out in Washington, DC working for the Military Voter Protection Project (MVP Project).  The MVP Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the voting rights of military personnel and their voting-eligible dependents.  … Continue reading

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