Category Archives: Tradition

We Ran Out of Pots!

Well color our faces as red as the bills on the freshman pots. I’m embarrassed to admit it, but it turns out we had only seven of those green beanies for this fall’s big pledge class. I’m not aware that … Continue reading

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Chapel Sing ’11

Wabash Alumni Director Tom Runge ’71 calls it the “annual Rite of Passage,” and regardless what form it’s taken over the years, these guys really know their school song after it’s over. Here are some pix of our Phikeias from … Continue reading

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Benchpaint ’11

Sometime after kickoff of last Saturday’s home opener against Ohio Wesleyan, the following statement echoed from the PA at Hollett Little Giant Stadium: “The Phi Delt Pledges would like to announce that the Senior Bench is red.” My investigations with … Continue reading

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’11 Phis Graduate Hawaiian Style

Picking out the graduating Phi Delts was easy on Sunday. They were all wearing leis courtesy of James Fitzpatrick’s parents who brought them from his home in Hawaii. Blake Stewart, hobbled by a gruesome foot injury at a rugby game … Continue reading

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You’re Invited: Mothers & Brothers

It’s a tradition begun in 1989 to do something special for our moms, and it originated from my pledge brother, Jeff Insko, or rather his mom, Pat. And it’s been going strong ever since. This year, the chapter not just … Continue reading

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Himsel Delivers Chapel Talk

Brother Scott Himsel ’85 has been teaching ConLaw and a freshman tutorial at Wabash in addition to his work as a partner at Baker & Daniels in Indianapolis. He took some time out from on Thursday to deliver the Chapel … Continue reading

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