Click here to play Scarlet Hues by Dick Durham ’64, written in the Pioneer Chapel during his student days. Photo by Kim..
A Rich Exchange
Teach The Children
“We Believe In You”
Mercantile 37: Making the Unexpected
Make a Grown Man Cry
The Model of a Man
In Charge of Everything Else
ANGELS in AMERICA
Diving Into the Spotlight
Light, Laughter, and Lava Lamps
Brand Artist: Steve Miller ’08
Finding the Groove
“An Exercise in Trust”
Alex Rinks ’06: Adventure by Adventure
Wabash Honors a Dream and a Speech
Barton ’00 and Crawfordsville’s Stellar Year
Been ’81 Leaves Legal Aid Legacy
A Taste of Our Lives, Pt. 1 (UNCUT VERSION!)
Thomas Lents’ Culinary Craftsmanship
“It’s All About the Journey”
Somethin’ ’bout a Song
The Banjo and the Blues
2011 should have been a breakthrough year for Dan Couch ’89. In March… …his song “Mary Was the Marrying Kind,”..
When Dick Durham played Beethoven’s “Pathetique” for his senior recital in the Chapel in 1964, Professor of Chemistry Paul McKinney ’52..
One of the most respected bluesmen in the Midwest, Gordon Bonham ’80 learned from some of the masters of the genre...