Wednesday, November 1, 2017

NEWS & NOTES - WABASH NOVEMBER

Campus in the Fall
November 2017
News
Ott Residential Life District Sign
Wabash Receives $7 Million Anonymous Gift
An anonymous $7 million gift recognizes the memory and spirit of philanthropy of John “Fuzzy” Ott ’20 by naming the Residential Life District in his honor. READ MORE
Tim Riley ’18
Sharing His Story Through Song
When Wabash Glee Club member Tim Riley ’18 is on stage, the emotions he shares during each song make it hard for audience members to look away. For Riley, the connections that impact him the most are the men standing around him on that stage and every man who came before them. READ MORE
Wabash Day 2017 Logo
 
Connecting the College and Communities on WABASH Day
Current students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of Wabash College spent Oct. 21-22, participating in various community service projects nationwide. READ MORE
 
Delon Pettiford ’17
A Wabash Man, A Family Man
When Professor Jennifer Abbott spoke about Delon Pettiford ’17 at the Senior Rhetoric Dinner last spring, she said she will always remember how special he was. Contrary to many people on campus, though, Abbott won’t recall Pettiford for his accomplishments on the football field, but because, as she said, he’s “a family man.” READ MORE
Monon Bell Logo
Monon Bell Information
The Monon Bell game is November 11 and will be televised by FOX Sports Midwest and Fox Sports Indiana and will be streamed on the FOX Sports GO app. Whether you are attending the game or interested in a telecast party near you, go HERE for all Monon Bell 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.
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Calendar
November 2
IAWM After Work
Triton Tap, Indianapolis
No RSVP needed, no official start time, no program.

November 3
Basketball vs. Anderson (Scrimmage)
Chadwick Court, Allen Athletics Center
6:30 p.m.

November 4
Swimming vs. Rose-Hulman
Natatorium, Allen Athletics Center
1 p.m.

Cross Country - Hokum Karem
Huntsman Track
1:30 p.m.

November 6
Cole Lecture Series—Tony Capra, Vanderbilt University
Hays Science Hall, Room 104
7 p.m.

November 7
Visiting Artists Series presents Kaki King
Salter Hall, Fine Arts Center
8 p.m.
Reserve Tickets

November 8
Basketball vs. Mount St. Joseph (Scrimmage)
Chadwick Court, Allen Athletics Center
7 p.m.

November 9
2017 Rally For The Monon Bell
Skyline Club, Indianapolis
6 p.m.
Ticket Information: $45 Class of 2012 and before (and guests) $40 Class of 2013-2017
Register Here
For more information contact: Aaron Cook '06 @ 812-797-2296

Brass & Jazz Ensemble Concert
Salter Hall, Fine Arts Center
7:30 p.m.

November 10
Admissions—Scarlet Preview Day
Contact Matt Bowers for further information.

Wrestling vs. Manchester (Senior Night)
Chadwick Court, Allen Athletics Center
7 p.m.

November 11
Monon Bell Game at DePauw
Purchase Tickets

November 18-26
Thanksgiving Recess

November 14
Wamidan & Jazz combo Concert
Salter Hall, Fine Arts Center
7:30 p.m.

November 15-16
Theater: Studio One-Acts
Experimental Theater, Fine Arts Center
8 p.m. each evening

November 27
Basketball vs. Earlham
Chadwick Court, Allen Athletics Center, 7:30 p.m.

November 29
Retirement Reception for Kay Widdows
Rogge Loung, Baxter Hall
4:15-5:30 p.m.

November 30-December 1
Admissions—Lilly Awards Program

For the entire campus calendar and more information about the events listed above, click here.

 
Save The Date
December 3
Chamber Orchestra Concert

December 6
Basketball vs. Ohio Wesleyan

50th Annual Christmas Festival of Music & Readings

December 16
Student Recess Begins

December 30
Basketball vs. Franklin



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

Monday, October 2, 2017

Wabash Notes for October 2017


Pioneer Chapel in the Fall
October 2017
News
U.S. News ranks Wabash professors 16th nationally.
U.S. News Says Wabash Among Best Liberal Arts Colleges
Of more than 1,600 schools graded nationwide, Wabash ranked in the top tier of national liberal arts colleges by the publication, a designation that places the College among the best of all 239 ranked liberal arts colleges. READ MORE
U.S. News ranks Wabash professors 16th nationally.
125th Glee Club Anniversary
See moments from the Reunion Concert celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the Wabash College Glee Club. Photos
Russ Harbaugh ’06
 
WABASH DAY 2017
WABASH Day is the National Association of Wabash Men's annual, national day/weekend of community service. It will be held on the weekend of October 21-22. READ MORE
 
Rogers H'12 poses with Shook '83 and President Hess after being named an Honorary Alumnus.
Homecoming Weekend A Success
Wabash College put out the welcome mat for alumni and friends who returned to campus for Homecoming Weekend. The weekend opened with Chapel Sing, one of the College’s most cherished rites of passage in front of Pioneer Chapel and ended with the traditional Homecoming Concert. READ MORE
 
Joel Janak ’19
Figuring Out The Next Play
Joel Janak ’19 has been in love with Wabash College football since he was a young boy sitting in the stands with his dad. Throughout middle school and high school, it was his goal to be one of those players in a Wabash jersey making tackles at Hollett Little Giant Stadium. READ MORE
Artie Equihua ’20
Artie Equihua ’20 Honored with Luke Borinstein Award
When the Montgomery County Health Department established the Luke Borinstein Public Health Award, the idea was to keep the memory of Borinstein ’19, who died in a tragic plane accident in 2016, alive in the community and in the department. READ MORE
Russ Harbaugh ’06
 
Russ Harbaugh ’06
Flourishes as Filmmaker

Communications Department sat down with filmmaker, Russ Harbaugh ’06. about his latest film, Love After Love, in the stadium where he first rose to promence as an all-state quarterback. READ STORY
 
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
October 4-7
Wabash Theater presents A Midsummer Night's Dream
Ball Theater, Fine Arts Center
8 p.m. each evening
Tickets are free but required.
Reserve Tickets

October 5
IAWM Wabash After Work
Wabash Brewing, LLC, Indianapolis
5:30 p.m.
Contact Hugh Vandivier ’91 for further information.

October 6
Admissions—Scarlet Preview Day
Contact Matt Bowers for further information.

October 7
Family Day 2017

Family Day Lunch/Reception
11 a.m.
$8 per person
RSVP
Contact Hugh Vandivier for further information

Football vs. Denison
Hollett Little Giant Stadium
1 p.m.
Tickets $7; $4 students
Purchase tickets

October 10
Rogge Lecture by Athanasios Orphanides
Baxter Hall, Room 101
7:30 p.m.

October 11
Soccer vs. Wittenberg
Fischer Field
4 p.m.

October 13
Pittsburgh, PA Monthly Luncheon
Soho by PNC Park, 203 Federal Street
11:30 a.m.

Sugar Creek Assoc. Monthly Luncheon
Crawfordsville Country Club
12 p.m.

October 14
Soccer vs. Ohio Wesleyan
Fischer Field
12 p.m.

Football vs. Ohio Wesleyan
Hollett Little Giant Stadium
1 p.m.
Tickets $7; $4 students
Purchase Tickets

Swimming vs. Albion
Natatorium, Allen Athletics Center
1 p.m.

October 17
Soccer vs. Denison
Fischer Field
4 p.m.

October 21-22
WABASH DAY 2017
Alumni Community Service Day

October 24
Visiting Artists Series: Aquila Theater Company presents Hamlet
Ball Theater, Fine Arts Center
8 p.m.
Tickets are free but required.
Reserve Tickets

October 25
24th Moot Court Finals
Salter Hall, Fine Arts Center
7:30 p.m.

October 27
LaFollette Lecture by Brian Tucker
Associate Professor of German
Title: "The Invisible Movement that Reading Is"
Salter Hall, Fine Arts Center
4:45 p.m.

October 28
Admissions—Saturday at Wabash
Contact Matt Bowers for further information.

Celebration of Wabash Football 1977-1982
Contact Mike Warren ’93 for further information.

Soccer vs. Wooster
Fischer Field
12 p.m.

Football vs. Wittenberg
Hollett Little Giant Stadium
1 p.m.
Tickets $7; $4 students
Purchase Tickets

Glee Club & Taylor University Chorale Concert
Salter Hall, Fine Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

For the entire campus calendar and more information about the events listed above, click here.
 
Save The Date
November 4
Swimming vs. Rose-Hulman

November 6
Cole Lecture Series—Tony Capra, Vanderbilt University

November 10
Admissions—Scarlet Preview Day

November 11
Moon Bell Game at DePauw

November 18-26
Thanksgiving Recess

November 27
Basketball vs. Earlham

November 29
Basketball vs. Albion

November 30-December 1
Admissions—Lilly Award Program

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