Telling the stories of the Olympics in Rio
Little Giants celebrate leadership, honor alumni with a weekend full of events as alumni and friends to return to campus for Homecoming Weekend festivities, which begin Thursday.
Since Joel Janak ’19 was a young boy sitting in the stands, it was his goal to be one of those players in a Wabash jersey making tackles at Hollett Little Giant Stadium. If that was the dream, then injuries were the nightmares that nearly took that dream away.
Of more than 1,600 schools graded nationwide, Wabash ranked in the top tier of national liberal arts colleges by the publication, a designation that places the College among the best of all 239 ranked liberal arts colleges.
Artie Equihua '20 never met Luke Borinstein '19, a student who died in a tragic plane accident in 2016. So when an award was established in Borinstein's honor by the Montgomery County Health Department, it was astonishing to the department just how similar these two Wabash students were to each other.
Wild is an apt description for the path Russ Harbaugh followed to make Love After Love. He was a quarterback and English major when he sought an emotional outlet in film.
CJ Ramsey '20 spends hours on the football field, but he's not a player. As a student assistant coach, Ramsey juggles coaches' meetings, practices, and watching film on top of classes, homework, and having a social life. Why does he do it? He loves the game – and his dad.
Roland Morin’s new role combines the great success of the Schroeder Center in preparing students for their post-Wabash lives with the College’s continued effort to train students to be innovative leaders in business.
Of the 72 regularly scheduled productions slated for the Indy Fringe festival, five efforts – I, Nephi: A Gay Mormon’s Survival Guide; Spectrum; Fear of Flowers by Neil Martin; Jubilee in the Rear-View Mirror; and The Beast, The Lady, and The Sanguine Man – include current Wabash students or recent graduates in the cast or production staff. Further, both I, Nephi and Spectrum originated on campus.
Wabash College welcomes alumni and friends to campus as it opens its doors for Homecoming Weekend festivities, which begins on Thursday, September 21 and continues through Saturday, September 23.
Marlon Lewis '20 knew exactly where he wanted to spend his summer internship – at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. School administrators and staff made Lewis' opportunity possible, but his passions and his skills made his dream a reality.
The Princeton Review's annual college guide lists Wabash College as one of the best institutions in the nation in several categories, highlighting the College's outstanding professors, strong career services, and athletics.
The Wabash Pastoral Leadership Program recently hosted Scroll: The Wabash Institute of Theology for Youth. A total of 19 rising junior and senior high school boys stayed on the Wabash campus for eight days learning about poverty from a theological perspective, participating in community service, and building relationships.
An $8.1-million grant will support programming for the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion through 2021.
James Suess '17 and Colin Thompson '17 begin a year of public service as Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb named the pair to serve as Governor’s Fellows in 2017-18. The highly selective year-long fellowship will rotate them through various state agencies over the next 12 months.
George Go III majors in German, but he learned a brand new language in four weeks this summer and earned a Gold Badge Certification from Smart Launch Tech – a coding program designed specifically for liberal arts students.
A school bus parks in front of Detchon Center and campus gets quite a bit louder as 40 fourth and fifth graders race off the bus to see their Wabash College student mentors for the weekly College Mentors for Kids meeting.
Austin Dukes ’17 will serve in Spain, Stephan Jones ’17 in Honduras, and Alex Waters ’16 will be in Norway, marking the third time in four years that three Wabash students have earned Fulbright Scholarships.
Wabash senior Riley Lefever became the second wrestler in NCAA Division III history to win four national titles, claiming his final title Saturday at the 2017 NCAA DIII Championships. He scored a pin 4:52 into his final career bout to claim the 197-pound title and help Wabash capture third place in the team standings.
For the fourth time in the last nine years, Wabash College’s student newspaper, The Bachelor was named Newspaper of the Year by the Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA).
Wabash junior and double major named a 2017 American Political Science Association Ralph Bunche Summer Institute Scholar.
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