Monday, July 2, 2018


News
Wabash Day 2017
Living Humanely
WABASH Day, our annual and national day of community service, is set for Oct. 6-7. Have an organization that needs a volunteer project? Want to lead one? Contact Mike Warren ’93 at (765) 361-6053 or warrenm@wabash.edu.
'This Has Changed Who We Are'
Joey Lenkey ’19 wants to be a superhero when he grows up. That’s what he realized while standing in an operating room at a pediatric hospital in Ecuador. READ MORE
Connect Locally
Whether you're a new grad, relocating, or just want to get more involved locally, find a regional alumni group in your area and connect. Contact Mike Warren ’93 at (765) 361-6053 or warrenm@wabash.edu.
 
Professor Amanda Ingram listens as Wabash College student explains his project during the Celebration of Student Research earlier this year. Mettler was one of 49 Wabash student-athletes named to the 2017-18 NCAC Academic Honor Roll
Forty-Nine Wabash Student-Athletes Named to NCAC Academic Honor Role
Wabash College placed 49 students competing in varsity athletics for the Little Giants on the 2017-2018 North Coast Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll. READ MORE
 
Nathan Gray ’20, Dr.Todd Rowland ’85, Dr.Raj Haddawi, Arthur Equihua ’20.
Global Health Initiative
Summer Internship

This summer Artie Equihua ’20 is participating with Nathan Gray ’20 in a Global Health Initiative internship with Wabash alumnus
Dr. Todd Rowland ’85 (www.bridge2medical.com).
The G. Michael Dill Fund makes this internship possible. READ THEIR BLOGS
 
Support Wabash
To refer a prospective student to Wabash click here.

To inform the Schroeder Center for Career Development of internship, employment, or recruiting opportunities click here

To make a gift to Wabash click here.

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

January 2018
News
18th Celebration of Student Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work
18th Celebration of Student Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work
Mark your calendar for the Annual Wabash Celebration of Student Research, Scholarship and Creative Work on January 26.
READ MORE
Dudley and Judy Burgess
Dudley ’64 and Judy Burgess Receive William D. Barth Award in Recognition of Service.
The Burgesses were recognized for the significant and positive impact they have had through community service in the central Kane County area. READ MORE
2017 Riley Dance Marathon
A Dance That's Come Full Circle
The all-male Riley Dance Marathon raised $15,076.13 in December, surpassing their goal and bringing their total amount raised in three years to $36,465. Read why it's so important to WCRDM President Luke Rowles ’19.
Florida Sunrise-Martin See ’74
A Legacy of Vision
Because he was a photographer as well as a cardiologist, the late Dr. Martin See ’74 leaves a legacy to his family well beyond memories. Through his photographs we glimpse how he saw the world, what captured his attention and imagination, the places and people he loved. READ MORE
 
Student works with a student building a birdhouse.
College Mentors for Kids and F.A. Wilhelm Construction Work Together to Educate Local Kids
F.A. Wilhelm Construction Company visited College Mentors for Kids to teach them about careers in construction and provided building kits for each mentor and his buddy to build a birdhouse.
See Photos HERE and HERE
Wabash College Writing Center
Writing Center 35th 
In the Fall of 2018, Wabash College will celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Wabash Writing Center! If you worked in the Writing Center as a student, please let us know so that we can keep you informed of the celebration details. Also, please share any stories from your time, comments about how the Writing Center enhanced your life, and memories of Julia Rosenberg. Please respond to Zachery Koppelman or 765-361-6024.
Student works with a student building a birdhouse.
The Office of Alumni and Parent Relations will be conducting an important comprehensive electronic survey of our alumni from February 14-23, 2018. Please plan to participate. More information to come.
Support Wabash
To refer a prospective student to Wabash click here.

To inform the Schroeder Center for Career Development of internship, employment, or recruiting opportunities click here

To make a gift to Wabash click here.
Follow Us
Calendar
January 6
Basketball vs. Oberlin
Allen Athletics Center
3 p.m.


January 10
Basketball vs. Wittenberg
Allen Athletics Center

7:30 p.m.

January 13
Basketball vs. Denison
Allen Athletics Center

3 p.m.

January 15
Classes Begin

MXI Martin Luther King Speaker
Judge Tanya Walton Pratt
Baxter Hall, room 101
7:30 p.m.


January 20
Wrestling-Max Servies Duals
Allen Athletics Center

9 a.m.

Indoor Track & Field:
Robert H. Johnson Invitational
Allen Athletics Center
12 p.m.

Basketball vs. Wooster
Allen Athletics Center

2 p.m.

January 22
Art Gallery Opening Reception: The Final
Cadence of the Prelude
Fine Arts Center
5-6:30 p.m.


January 26-27
Board of Trustees Meeting
NAWM Board Meeting

January 26
18th Celebration of Student Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work
Detchon Center
1 p.m.


January 27
Swimming vs. Wash., St. Louis
Allen Athletics Center

8 a.m.

Basketball vs. Kenyon
Allen Athletics Center

3 p.m.

January 29
Speaker: Dr. Richard Gunderman ’88
on Mary Shelley's novel, Frankenstein
Baxter Hall, room 101

7:30 p.m.

For the entire campus calendar and more information about the events listed above, click here.
 
Save The Date
February 2
Basketball vs. Hiram
Allen Athletics Center
7 p.m.

February 3
Tennis vs. Oberlin
Collett Tennis Center
9 a.m.

Basketball vs. Allegheny
Allen Athletics Center
3 p.m.

February 4
Tennis vs. Kalamazoo
Collett Tennis Center
10 a.m.

February 8
Electronic Music Soundscapes
Fine Arts Center
7:30 p.m.

February 10
T-Tone Valentine's Dinner
Fine Arts Center
6 p.m.

February 14
Basketball vs. DePauw
Allen Athletics Center
7:30 p.m.

February 15
Fine Arts Scholarship Program
For information contact Matt Bowers

February 16
Visiting Artists Series presents Caleb Wiles
Fine Arts Center
8 p.m.
Tickets: www.wabash.edu/boxoffice

February 17
Lacrosse vs. Trine
Fischer Field
1 p.m.

Tennis vs. Kenyon
Collett Tennis Center
3 p.m.

MXI-Red Velvet Comedy Night
Detchon Center
7 p.m.
For information contact Jennifer Morgan

February 18
Roger Ide Organ Recital
Chapel
3 p.m.

February 18-19
Winter Class Visit Day
For information contact Matt Bowers

February 21-24
Theater Production presents
Universal Robots
Fine Arts Center
8 p.m. each evening
Tickets: www.wabash.edu/boxoffice

February 24
Tennis vs. Wheaton
Collett Tennis Center
11 a.m.

February 27
Lacrosse vs. Wilmington
Fischer Field
4 p.m.

Big Bash 2018
June 1-3, 2018
www.wabash.edu/bigbash  - Online registration opening soon.


For all alumni calendar events click here and choose alumni and parents events.

 
Where Do I Find?
Academic Calendar
Blogs
Photos from Wabash events and sports
Sports schedules
Wabash regional groups

Friday, December 1, 2017

Holiday Cheer
 
 
 
December 2017
News
Support Wabash students with a gift by December 31
Support Wabash students with a gift by December 31!
President Hess kicked off the 2017-2018 academic year by ringing in the Class of 2021, challenging students to begin their “journey to greatness” at the College. During this season of celebration and reflection, as we celebrate where our journeys have taken us, think about Wabash and how your philanthropic support enhances and changes the lives of students—in the classroom, in our communities, and in immersive experiences around the world. READ MORE
Monon Bell Game
Wabash Wins the 124th
Monon Bell Classic

Wabash converted fumbled punt return in the fourth quarter into a touchdown run and a two-point conversion to claim a 22-21 win at DePauw in the 124th Monon Bell Classic. READ MORE
Sign at location of Nashville Sit-in during Civil Rights Movement
Wally on Wheels
Associate Professor of Political Science Shamira Gelbman and Instructor of Music Reed Spencer accompanied 30 Wabash students on an Immersion Learning trip to the Deep South. Read their blogs HERE.
Dorsuleski, middle, celebrates with his teammates
 
It's All About the Moments
The 2017 NCAC Defensive Player of the Year Spase Dorsuleski ’18 finally scored his first goal of the season during the win against DePauw on Oct. 25. After singing Old Wabash, the captain ran straight into the stands. He found his mom, wrapped his arms around her, and just cried. READ MORE
 
Brian Tucker ’98
Reading: As Dangerous
as Any Drug?

What do you mean when you say a book “moved” you? When was that word first used to describe reading? And why was reading once considered “a plague, scourge, or epidemic?” Brian Tucker ’98 explored those questions and more as he presented “The Invisible Movement that Reading Is” as the 38th Annual LaFollette Lecture in the Humanities. READ MORE
Sam Colaiacova ’19
Student Athlete Q&A
Sam Colaiacova ’19 didn’t know how to swim until he was in sixth grade. He finally decided to learn so he could attend pool parties in his hometown of Boca Raton, FL. Now in his third year on the Wabash swimming and diving team, Colaiacova says the challenge of swimming is part of the fun. Well, that, and the dad jokes he always tells on the pool deck. READ MORE
Wabash College Writing Center
Writing Center 35th 
In the Fall of 2018, Wabash College will celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Wabash Writing Center! If you worked in the Writing Center as a student, please let us know so that we can keep you informed of the celebration details. Also, please share any stories from your time, comments about how the Writing Center enhanced your life, and memories of Julia Rosenberg. Please respond to Zachery Koppelman or 765-361-6024.
Support Wabash
To refer a prospective student to Wabash click here.

To inform the Schroeder Center for Career Development of internship, employment, or recruiting opportunities click here

To make a gift to Wabash click here.
Follow Us
Calendar
December 1
Lilly Award Program
Scarlet Honors Weekend

December 2
Swimming-Pentathlon Quad Meet
Allen Athletics Center
1-6 p.m.

December 3
Chamber Orchestra Concert
Salter Hall, Fine Arts Center
7:30 p.m.

December 6
Basketball vs. Ohio Wesleyan
Allen Athletics Center
7:30 p.m.

50th Annual Christmas Festival of Music & Readings
Pioneer Chapel
7:30 p.m. prelude; 8 p.m. program

December 7
IAWM Wabash After Work
Cornerstone Tasting House
651 E. 54th St., Indianapolis

No RSVP needed, no official start time, no program.

Scarlet Masque Theater Festival
Fine Arts Center
Viewer discretion is advised
8 p.m. (no ticket necessary)

December 8
Sugar Creek Assoc. Luncheon
Crawfordsville Country Club
Guest Speaker: Greg Shaheen, Director of Athletics
12 p.m.

Pittsburgh, PA Monthly Luncheon
Soho by PNC Park, 203 Federal St., Pittsburgh
12 p.m.

December 10
St. Louis Holiday Party
Home of Kari and John Williams ’85
2049 Sidney St., St. Louis
3 - 6 p.m.
RSVP with Kenneth Farris ’12 or 317-525-5443

December 12
Annual Chicago Holiday Luncheon
Remarks by President Gregory Hess
The Union League Club of Chicago
65 West Jackson Blvd, Chicago
11:30 a.m. (Lunch @ 12:15 p.m.)
Register online

Northwest IN Assoc of Wabash Men
Lakeside Wealth Management
3100 Village Point, Suite 200, Chesterton, IN
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
RSVP by December 8; Contact Michele Ward or 765-361-6369


December 14
Cincinnati Monthly Breakfast
First Watch
2692 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH
7:15 a.m.
RSVP not necessary; but need approx. count; Contact
Michele Ward or 765-361-6369

Kentuckiana Assoc. Christmas Party
Home of Kathie & Gordie
Huncilman ’78
1756 Lynnwood Drive,
New Albany, IN
6 p.m.
RSVP by December 8; Contact Steve Prince ’88

December 28
Wabash Club of Chicago
Happy Hour
Highline Bar & Lounge
169 W. Kinzie St, Chicago
6:30 p.m.
No RSVP needed

December 29
Basketball vs. University of Chicago
Allen Athletics Center
7 p.m.

December 30
Basketball vs. Franklin
Allen Athletics Center
3 p.m.

December 31
Make your 2017 gift to Wabash—tax benefits end today

For the entire campus calendar and more information about the events listed above, click here.
 
Save The Date
January 6
Basketball vs. Oberlin
3 p.m.


January 10
Basketball vs. Wittenberg
7:30 p.m.


January 13
Basketball vs. Denison
3 p.m.


January 15
Classes Begin

MXI Martin Luther King Speaker
Judge Tanya Walton Pratt
7:30 p.m.


January 20
Wrestling-Max Servies Duals
9 a.m.


Basketball vs. Wooster
2 p.m.


January 22
Art Gallery Opening Reception: The Final Cadence of the Prelude
5-6:30 p.m.


January 26-27
Board of Trustees Meeting
NAWM Board Meeting

January 26
18th Celebration of Student Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work
1 p.m.


January 27
Swimming vs. Washington University, St. Louis
8 a.m.


Basketball vs. Kenyon
3 p.m.


For all alumni calendar events click here and choose alumni and parents events.

 
Where Do I Find?
Academic Calendar
Blogs
Photos from Wabash events and sports
Sports schedules
Wabash regional groups