330 and headed north…keep us rolling!!!
9:00 AM – semi official update..over 250…keep the rolling!
The Grunge is in! I hope you’ll join me today. Demonstrate the importance of our college to the world and your pride in Wabash. The young men at Wabash today stand on our shoulders – WE are the stewards of Wabash now.
Help make this good place stronger. Every gift counts – every donor stands T.A.L.L.
Mark Flexter ’79 has a new book on Amazon. Mark’s “Men of Letters” is available for download to your Kindle / iPad.
The ratings are very good – all say it’s an exciting read. I just downloaded mine- here’s the link for you:
I remember talking with Charles before Commencement. He was excited to do his part in changing the world…as a Peace Corps Volunteer.
Well, he’s off and running in Morocco, according to his folks Cathy and Ed Hintz.
Charles is working in the area of youth development, teaching English and also HIV awareness.
Changing the world – that’s what Wabash men do.
We had a very nice reception and dinner in Evansville last Wednesday night. Many thanks go out to John ’69 and Diane Schroeder for hosting the gathering at the Evansville Country Club.
It was a good combination of alumni, parents, and prospective students and their families. President Hess talked about what many of our students have accomplished and also about what is happening at the College. Everyone there looking at Wabash had to go away impressed.
Thanks as well to Chip Timmons ’96 in Admissions for all his work in brining together a great group of folks.
For a few more photos of the evening, click here.
Last Saturday, the University of Tennessee held a special ceremony to name their track after their legendary coach, Stan Huntsman. Stan coached Tennessee for 15 years including the National Championship team of 1974.
Stan is Wabash Class of 1954. Stan pointed out that he has joined his father as the Wabash track is named for his dad and Wabash legend, Owen Huntsman. What a legacy for the Huntsman family!
Want to see Stan? He’ll be on campus for the Big Bash this coming June – he’s celebrating his 60th reunion!
Wabash College is in the news…in Tucson, Arizona! Two Mountain View football players are headed to Wabash College in the fall.
Read the story here.