Editor's Note
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Notes From Center Hall
Speaking of Sports
A Decade of Wabash sports highlights...

Faculty Notes
Barreto Speaks to Eastern-bloc nations
Fisher Named Theater Person of the Year

Campus Notes
Students, Trustees Improve Facilities
Bambrey Named Dean of Students
Wabash Wins Math Competition
Wabash Earns High Marks from Seniors
$2.4 Million Grant Addresses Higher Ed

From Our Archives
The "Father of Modern Cave Exploration"

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Three Poems from the Land


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Summer 1997

The Quarterly Journal of Wabash College 


An Eye for Creation
From the volcanoes of Peru to the creek that borders his Indianapolis back yard, photographer Denis Kelly '84 pursues his art while keeping his faith and family in focus.
by Steve Charles


Til Hill and Valley are Ringing
A TV journalist protecting the environment, Kevin Costner's fly-fishing guide, and a dairy farmer dedicated to soil conservation are among these seven Wabash men finding ways of "living off the land," and preserving it, as well.
by Erik Dafforn '91


Ecology vs. the Peaceable Kingdom
Stephen Webb '83 looks to the Jewish and Christian views of the natural world to provide environmental answers and calls for the Church to become more involved in animal rights issues.


Yellowstone Rises from the Ashes
Photographing the rebirth of life in Yellowstone after the fire that destroyed nearly one-third of the nations first national park, a Wabash biologist finds challenges to management issues as well as an "emerging beauty."
by David Krohne


Speech Alumni Pay Tribute to "Papa Joe"
Four generations of Wabash men gathered in the Caleb Mills House to pay tribute to retiring Professor of Speech Joe O'Rourke.


Bert Stern: Writing His Own Book
As he concludes this episode of his career, the master teacher adds a few more lines to his Wabash chapter.
by Susan Cantrell


Works in Progress
Few students at Wabash have ever found so many places to call "home" as Deon Miles '97.
by Jim Amidon '87