Wabash College moved up nine spots in the Top Tier of National Liberal Arts Colleges ranked by U.S. News & World Report in its annual Best Colleges rankings. More than 1,600 schools were graded in the report.
Jaleel Grandberry ’19 knew that his senior year would mean the end of his football-playing career. But then Grandberry had “the best summer of his life” in Los Angeles.
Zack Patton has spent the past three summers at Flying Horse Farms, a free camp in Ohio for children with serious illnesses. It quickly became his “favorite place on Earth,” and it's where he decided he wanted to be a doctor.
To kick off a new school year, we asked our Twitter followers to share their words of Wabash wisdom for our incoming students. Here’s what some of our alumni, professors, and current students had to say:
The festival, made possible by a grant from the FACE Foundation, features six films with each addressing global and contemporary issues that are central to the exploration of the humanities at Wabash. It runs through Oct. 2.
Sitting in the balcony of Pioneer Chapel, 284 men heard the echoes of tradition Saturday as Wabash College held its annual “Ringing In” ceremony.
The Princeton Review ranks Wabash College among the finest institutions nationally for undergraduate education in its annual college guide.
When the curtain rises on the 14th IndyFringe festival on Aug. 16, the Wabash Theater, once again, will be well represented.
Associate Professor of German Brian Tucker '98 is this year's recipient of the McLain-McTurnan-Arnold Excellence in Teaching Award.
By demonstrating continued dedication to student-centered learning, Wabash College has been named as one of the nation’s Colleges of Distinction.
Joey Lenkey ’19 wants to be a superhero when he grows up. That’s what he realized while standing in an operating room at a pediatric hospital in Ecuador.
President Donald J. Trump has nominated Damon R. Leichty ’94 to become a federal judge for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana.
The award will take the double major to Austria and Germany this fall.
Ra'Shawn Jones doesn’t give up when it gets hard. He never has. Not when he grew up rarely seeing his father. Not when his family didn’t know where their next meal was going to come from. Not when his family didn’t know where they were going to live. And no matter how fast this runner gets, he will never leave the people he loves behind.
Every year, a senior is chosen who best promotes the "true spirit and purpose of Wabash College." What does that look like? Two words: Cody Cochran.
Seniors Ephrem Chedid and Jared Cottingham urged classmates to use the lessons learned over the last four years to take chances and invest in others in handling the challenges that await during the 179th Commencement Sunday.
Joey Dierdorf ’18, Marcus Hoekstra ’18, Taylor King ’18, Aren Peterson ’16, Immanuel Mitchell-Sodipe ’18, and Michael Lumpkin '18 have accepted postgraduate fellowships to serve as English Teaching Assistants (ETA) in Austria, Germany, Spain, Paraguay, and Mexico.
Nathan Muha ’18 is a double major in music, with a composition focus, and theater, with a playwriting focus. Instead of trying to complete two different senior thesis requirements, Muha decided to put everything he’d learned into one big project. He wrote an opera.
Brian Parks was a 2018 Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar selection by Diverse Issues in High Education magazine.
The Global Health Initiative announced its most recent cohort of Fellows. GHI Fellows are students who have shown intensive involvement and engagement with Wabash GHI programming and who seek continued involvement in curricular and co-curricular opportunities addressing population health.
The Wabash junior is one of students 12 nationally to be honored with scholarship that covers the full cost of attendance for students who have overcome barriers and have successfully started their collegiate careers.