Liberal arts education is alive and needed now more than ever before. That was the resounding sentiment when more than 100 college presidents, administrators, foundation leaders, and representatives from business, law, medicine, and politics gathered at the Indiana State Museum to celebrate and comment on the value of liberal arts education.
Wabash College is ranked among the best national liberal arts colleges by U.S. News & World Report in its annual listing of the best colleges, which was released Tuesday.
Wabash’s defense dominated the historic matchup of two all-male D3 schools in the initial Gentlemen’s Classic. The Little Giants contained the touted Hampden-Sydney offense en route to a 34-21 season-opening win.
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Wabash offers its students superb educational development, small, personalized classes, world-class facilities, and the nation's most engaging and accessible professors. As President Pat White likes to say, "We take young men who do not know how good they are and shine a light on their best ambition and best possibilities of themselves. And they say, 'I can do that, I can accomplish that, I can be that.' Wabash challenges young men to take their lives seriously."