As a foreign service officer in Japan, Vietnam, the Philippines,
and Somalia, Robert MacCallum '65 has spent the last three decades as a
witness to some of this century's greatest triumphs and tragedies.
by Erik Dafforn '91
(sidebar: Until Every
Election is Free and Fair)
Justice in a Higher Court
Representing U.S. interests at the World Court in The Hague,
John Crook '69 pursues justice in the case of the bombimg of Pan Am 103.
In the Shadows
The first American Peace Corps volunteer ever to request assignment
to Haiti, Adam Price '88 reports on his first year among the people of the
Western Hemisphere's second-oldest democracy.
by Adam Price '88
Face of Conflict
Colonel Paul Melshen '72 sees growing dangers facing U.S.
citizens from foreign and domestic terrorism and prescribes steps the government
and individuals should take.
Crop physiologist Bill Payne '81 finds political corruption
and the absence of a marketing inrastructure even more daunting enemies
of the people of Niger than the lack of rain.
by Steve Charles
Restoring Peace in
Army Reserve Colonel Larry Blount '65 worked with leaders
and volunteers to restore the Bosnian capital and left with an intimate
understanding of what must be done to bring lasting peace to the region.
(sidebar: Searching Bosnia for
Mad Max, Matadors,
From Climbing the highest summit in Africa to crashing through
pelting hail in a speedboat full of chickens, Wabash students stop at nothing
to immerse themselves in the countries where they study during their time
away from campus.
by Phil Young '65, John Seal '98, Matt Mickelson '98, Dennis Stokes '69,
Josh Beard '97, Pete Prengaman '98, and Bill Chambers '98
Works in Progress:
Dan Emerson '98
Competition drives this Wabash senior, whether he's on the
wrestling mat, in the classroom, or working in the business world.
by Jim Amidon '87