The Wabash College Theater Department presents the award-winning play The Pitmen Painters February 20-23. Performances begin at 8 p.m. each evening in Ball Theater in the Fine Arts Center.
The contest’s four finalists were asked to respond to the theme “Wabash’s Future” by advocating concrete actions to improve the College as we look forward to its 200th anniversary in 2032.
For the second consecutive year, four Wabash College seniors have earned Orr Fellowships, guaranteeing them two-year, salaried positions with a host company in Indianapolis.
In The Princeton Review's annual college guide, The Best Value Colleges (previously known as Colleges That Pay You Back), Wabash College ranked No. 29 out of 200 of the nation’s Best Value Colleges; No. 2 in Best Alumni Network; and No. 3 in Best Internship Opportunities.
A team of three Wabash College students are the winners of a nationwide math competition.
In rooms throughout the building, students presented, audiences asked questions, and the larger Wabash community got a glimpse inside the scholarly workings of the College. For me, though, this particular presentation was special: I’d been here before. Exactly here.
Meet Roarke Tollar '20, a chemistry major who turned to science for answers about faith. Tollar was one of this year's presenters at the Celebration of Student Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work.
Students presented on the topics of Andy Warhol, pirates, and second-harmonic generation microscopy Friday at Wabash during the 19th annual Celebration of Student Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work. This year, 87 students presented 39 talks and 28 posters.
The Associate Professor of English was recently named one of 10 Outstanding First-Year Student Advocates by the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.
Wally’s, a new restaurant and pub located in the Sparks Center, features appetizers and dinner Thursday through Saturday nights from 4:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. It is also open for lunch and dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sundays.
In order to help with recruitment and enrollment efforts in their hometown of Chicago, Walt and Kathy Snodell recently gave $4 million to start the Greater Chicagoland Initiative.
The Wabash College Global Health Initiative has named seven Wabash men as the newest GHI Fellows.
We love it when alumni come home to Wabash - for Big Bash Reunion Weekend, Homecoming, or just a random trip to campus on a sunny, summer day.