Friday, September 1, 2017

September Notes from Wabash

Rob Shook ’83
NAWM Message from
Rob Shook ’83
An update from the National Association of Wabash Men for all alumni, parents, and friends of Wabash College. Watch
Students work together during class
Wabash College Prominent in Princeton Review
Wabash College continues to stand among the finest institutions nationally for undergraduate education by the Princeton Review in its annual college guide. READ MORE
Class of ’21 Begins Journey
Class of '21 Begins 'Journey to Greatness'
As tradition dictates, 249 men sat in the Pioneer Chapel balcony as President Gregory D. Hess welcomed the Class of 2021 and their families to campus, rang the Caleb Mills Bell, and set them on a path to strive for greatness as leaders and citizens. READ MORE
Homecoming 2017
Homecoming 2017 
Wabash welcomes alumni and friends for Homecoming 2017 September 21-23. Come watch as the Class of 2021 participates in the annual rite of passage with Chapel Sing, enjoy the Celebrating Leadership Reception, and watch the Little Giants go against the Hiram Terriers. Finish the weekend with the Homecoming Concert Saturday evening. See a complete schedule of events and register for the weekend.
Wabash College Glee Club
Glee Club's 125th Anniversary Celebration
The Wabash College Glee Club's 125th Anniversary Celebration will take place September 28-30 on campus. Visit the Glee Club Anniversary Facebook Page for more information.
Rob Shook ’83
Roland Morin ’91 To Lead Schroeder Center for
Career Development
Wabash College President Gregory Hess has announced the appointment of Roland Morin as the Director of the Schroeder Center for Career Development. Morin will also continue to lead the Center for Innovation, Business and Entrepreneurship (CIBE). READ STORY
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To make a gift to Wabash click here.
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September 2
Football vs. Albion
Hollett Little Giant Stadium
1 p.m.

September 5
IAWM New Faculty Reception
Detchon International Hall
5:30 p.m.

September 6
Soccer vs. Earlham
Fischer Field, 5 p.m.

September 11
Art Exhibit Opening Reception: Magnificence
Eric Dean Gallery
5-6:30 p.m.p.m.

September 13
Soccer vs. Rose-Hulman
Fischer Field
5 p.m.

Reception with President & Mrs.
Gregory Hess
Turnmill Bar, New York, NY
5 p.m.
Contact Michele Ward ( for
further information.

Wabash After Work Gathering
at the Seven Lions
Chicago, IL
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Contact Mike Warren ’93 (
for further information.

September 15
The Defamation Experience
Salter Hall, Fine Arts Center,
7:30 p.m.
Contact Mark Welch ’99 (
for further information.

September 16
Admissions—Saturday at Wabash (Visit Day)
Contact Matt Bowers (
for further information.

Football vs. Kenyon
Hollett Little Giant Stadium
1 p.m.

September 21
Chapel Sing
College Mall
11 a.m.

September 22
Fellowship Alumni Panel Lunch
Rogge Lounge, Baxter Hall
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Contact Susan Albrecht (
for further information.

September 22-23
NAWM Board Meetings

September 23
Homecoming 2017
(schedule of events)

Football vs. Hiram
Hollett Little Giant Stadium
2 p.m.

Homecoming Concert
Salter Hall, Fine Arts Center
7:30 p.m.

September 25
MXI Lecture by Peter A. Bailey
Hays Science Hall, room 104
7:30 p.m.

September 28
Glee Club's 125th Anniversary Celebration
Contact Richard Bowen ( for further information.

For the entire campus calendar and more information about the events listed above, click here.
Save The Date
October 7
Family Day at Wabash
Admissions—Saturday at Wabash (Visit Day)
Football vs. Denison
Octoberfest on the Mall

October 10
Rogge Lecture—Athanasios Orphanides

October 12-15
Midsemester Break

October 21-22
W.A.B.A.S.H. Day

October 26-28
Board of Trustee Meetings

October 27
LaFollette Lecture

October 28
Admissions—Saturday at Wabash (Visit Day)
Soccer vs. Wooster
Football vs. Wittenberg
Celebration of Wabash Football 1977-1982
Glee Club & Taylor University Chorale Concert

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

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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Wabash news


Wabash Alumni Network Ranked #1

The Princeton Review guide, "Colleges That Pay You Back," ranks the Wabash alumni network number one nationally, while the College's internship opportunities are ranked third in the country. Read More

Three Lilly Scholarship Winners Announced

Three students -- Daniel Cuevas, William Osborn, and Kaleb Wood -- earn Wabash’s most prestigious scholarship. Read More

Nobel Prize Winner Gbowee at Wabash

Leymah Gbowee, the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner, will present a talk on “Crossing Borders to Find Common Ground” at Wabash College at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 15 in Ball Theater, Fine Arts Center. Sponsored by the Wabash College Pastorial Leadership Program, her talk is free and open to the public. Read More

Unleashing Intellectual Firepower

The Celebration of Student Research is a demonstration of Wabash education at its best. But it’s the outpouring of support the students receive that displays the epitome of the Wabash experience. Read More

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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

news & notes @ Wabash
February 2

A Celebration of Brotherhood
When it comes to the Celebration of Student Research — the annual opportunity for students to show off the results of their studies and creative endeavors — there was a lot on display. Story here
Wabash Celebrates National Champs, New Book
Wabash commemorated the release of a new book, Glory Reborn: A History of Wabash College and its Athletics, 1977-1982, and the 35th anniversary of Wabash's stunning run through the 1982 NCAA Division III Basketball Tournament that culminated with the College’s first national championship. Story here
Understanding, Wisdom, and Empathy
Students interviewing local residents made connections, recorded some great stories, and grew as both citizens and men. Full story
Big Bash June 2-4, 2017
With Colloquia sessions, great meals, spur-of-the-moment mini-reunions, and the ever-popular Alumni Chapel Sing are just a few of the activities planned for this year's Big Bash. Sign up now for a great weekend in June on the Wabash College campus. See Schedule
Play It Again!
Like so many clubs, groups and traditions at Wabash the Pep Band has appeared and disappeared over time. Sometimes dependent on a strong director, sometimes it came alive because of a strong student or a motivated group of students. Here is a post as we look back at some pics of past bands. Full Story
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Chapel Talk Archives
Did you know that Wabash Chapel Talks are recorded and archived? Watch them here.
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February 2
Annual Cincinnati Dinner 6 p.m.

February 3
Improvised Shakespeare Company
Ball Theater
8 p.m.

February 8
Basketball vs. Wittenberg
Chadwick Court
7:30 pm
February 10
Sugar Creek Assoc. Monthly Luncheon
12 p.m.

February 11
Basketball vs. Oberlin
Chadwick Court
3 p.m.

February 14
South Bend, IN Monthly Lunch
12 p.m.

February 15
Roger Ide Organ Recital
Pioneer Chapel
7:30 p.m.

February 16-17
Admissions Fine Arts Scholarship Competition

February 18
Brunch at Rooster
(St. Louis)
10 a.m.

February 21
Basketball NCAC 1st Round (TBA)

February 22
Cincinnati, OH Monthly Luncheon
12 p.m.

February 22-25
Wabash Theater presents The Furies
Ball Theater, Fine Arts
8 p.m. each evening
For the entire campus calendar, and more information about the events listed above, click here.

Save The Date
March 4-12
Spring Break

March 24-25
Admissions-Scarlet Celebration Weekend

May 14
179th Commencement Ceremony
2:30 p.m.

June 2-4
Big Bash 2017

September 28-30
Wabash College Glee Club's 125th Anniversary

Support Wabash
To refer a prospective student to Wabash, click here.

To inform
the Schroeder Center for Career Development of an opportunity for a Wabash man, or to connect with the staff concerning recruiting for your company at Wabash, click here.

To make a gift to Wabash, click here.

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