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TIME. It’s what Kyle Warbinton ’20 wanted more of with his Sphinx Club brother Evan Hansen ’19. It’s what the..
PJ Mays ’19 Major: Rhetoric » High Jumper Hometown: Dolton, IL EVERY DAY, I TRY TO MAKE SOME SORT OF FASHION..
Jake Taylor ’20 walked down to the surf, turned around, and stared at the 400 yards of sand in front..
by Aaron Webb ’20 California for a 20-year-old from Indiana is mystical—a dream world filled with granite ridges dotted with..
“Everything I’m not good at.” That’s how NBT intern Joey Lenkey ’20 once referred to emotional intelligence (EQ) and the..
by Christina Egbert When Professor Jennifer Abbott spoke about Delon Pettiford ’17 at the Senior Rhetoric Dinner last spring, she..
by J. Dominic Patacsil ’19 A few weeks after his second-place finish in the 5,000 meters helped the Little Giants..
Alejandro Reyna ’17 was finishing his freshman year at Wabash when he attended a recital of original compositions by Taylor Neal..
“Every house I lived in while I was growing up was struck by lightning.” What sounds like a great first..