Friday, September 6, 2019

September 2019 Alumni News & Note

September 2019
Homecoming 2019
There is nothing like Homecoming at Wabash! Homecoming is September 28. You can view the schedule of activities and register at
Wabash Athletics App
Now Available

The new Wabash Athletics app is now available for free download. MORE INFORMATION
Save the Date: The WABASH Day of community service will be October 26-27. More information to come.
Alumni Push Wabash Into Top 10 of Forbes Rankings
Wabash alumni ranked 10th nationally on Forbes listing of the most engaged donors for private, non-profit institutions with enrollments of more than 500 students. Wabash joined Notre Dame as the only Indiana institutions to rank in the top 10.
A Wabash Passport
From the shores of Belize to the peaks of Iceland, to Taiwan, Scotland, and Prague, a Wabash education explores the liberal arts in a world beyond campus – one in which students learn to think, act, lead, and live. WATCH VIDEO
Campus Scenes Circa 1920
From the Archives — See several photographs from the John Parrett Collett scrapbook that he created while a student at Wabash in the early 1920s. BLOG
We Want to Hear Your News!
Alumni — Have you recently changed jobs, added a new addition to your family, or just news you want to share with other classmates. Submit a class note by going to Alumni EServices and enter your information.
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
September 4
Soccer vs. Earlham. 5 p.m.

September 6
Dallas/Ft. Worth Event with Director of Athletics Matt Tanney ‘05
Champps of Irving
Irving, TX, 6:30 p.m.

An Evening with Will Shortz, Puzzle Master
Ball Theater, 8 p.m.

September 11
Soccer vs. Rose-Hulman, 5 p.m.

September 12
Roger Senkbeil ’68
Memorial Golf Outing
Wabash Club of South Bend, 12 p.m.

Art Gallery Opening:
Jessica Mohl & Damon Mohl
Eric Dean Gallery, 4:30 p.m.

September 13
IAWM Wine Tasting
21st Amendment
3404 E. 146th St.,
Carmel, 6:30 p.m.

September 14
Red-Letter Event
McLean, VA

September 19
IAWM After-Work
Daredevil Brewery, Speedway, 5:30 p.m.

September 26
Chapel Sing, 11 a.m.
LaFollette Lecture, 4:45 p.m.

September 27-28
NAWM Board Meeting

September 28
Alumni Chapel, 11 a.m.
Soccer vs. Hiram, 12 p.m.
Homecoming Luncheon, 12:15 p.m.(Register
Football vs. Denison, 2 pm Buy Tickets
Homecoming Concert, 7:30 p.m.

For the entire campus calendar and more information about the events listed above, click here.
Save The Date
October 1
Hays Visiting Writer Jennifer Egan
Korb Classroom, 8 p.m.

October 2-5
Wabash Theater: Biloxi Blues

October 3
Speaker and Film Screening:
1500 Miles with Nicole Ver Kuilen

October 3-5
Board of Trustees Meeting

October 4
Dedication of new front sign

October 10-13
Midsemester Break

October 19
Family Day

October 22
Speaker: David Sedaris

October 23
26th Annual Moot Court Finals

October 26-27

November 14
IAWM Rally for the Monon Bell

November 16
126th Monon Bell Game at DePauw

For all alumni calendar events click here and choose alumni and parents events.
Where Do I Find?
Academic Calendar
Photos from Wabash events and sports
Sports schedules
Wabash regional groups

Monday, July 2, 2018

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
'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
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 (
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.