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
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
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 blogsHERE.
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
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
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
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.
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
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
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
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 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.
IAWM After Work
Triton Tap, Indianapolis
No RSVP needed, no official start time, no program.
Basketball vs. Anderson (Scrimmage)
Chadwick Court, Allen Athletics Center 6:30 p.m.
Swimming vs. Rose-Hulman
Natatorium, Allen Athletics Center 1 p.m.
Cross Country - Hokum Karem
Huntsman Track 1:30 p.m.
Cole Lecture Series—Tony Capra, Vanderbilt University
Hays Science Hall, Room 104 7 p.m.
Visiting Artists Series presents Kaki King
Salter Hall, Fine Arts Center 8 p.m. Reserve Tickets
Basketball vs. Mount St. Joseph (Scrimmage)
Chadwick Court, Allen Athletics Center 7 p.m.
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.
Admissions—Scarlet Preview Day
Contact Matt Bowers for further information.
Wrestling vs. Manchester (Senior Night)
Chadwick Court, Allen Athletics Center 7 p.m.