Winter/Spring 2001

From the Editor

From the President
The Bond Between
Wabash Fathers and Sons

A Man's Life:
The Uses of Muscle

by Scott Russell Sanders



Wabash Moments
A Wabash student witnesses
history at the Supreme Court

Celebrating Student Research
and Creative Work

Wabash in the White House

Faculty Notes

Professor Steve Schmutte:
Affecting Eternity

Teachers Become Learners in Mexico

Wabash Master Teacher Earns
"Nobel Prize" of History

Campus Notes
An Interview with Haines Biochemistry Lecturer Dr. Frederick Dahlquist '64







End Notes
Professors, Mentors, and Fathers

by Peter Prengagman "98

Last Glance

Back Issues



Wabash Graphic


"Sojourners, As Were Our Fathers"
How Fathers--And Fatherhood--Shape Wabash Men

Averted Vision,
by Steve Charles

Morning Rounds, a poem by Professor of English Marc Hudson

Sleepers, Plywood, and Vampires, by Jim Amidon '87

Apart-Close Father, a letter to Will Hays '00

Father After Curfew, a poem by Richard Calisch

A Familiar Song, a poem by Marc Hudson

First Communion, by Rafael Chacon '85

Through Thick and Thin, by Steve Charles

Clips of My Father's House
"I was the only girl from off-island, the only child of the only son--the one who got away, the one who made his parents proud and broke their hearts by leaving."

by Joy Castro
Assistant Professor of English

Tearing at a Sacred Bond
For seven months, Fidel Castro and Cuban exiles in Miami pulled at six-year-old Elian Gonzalez like dogs at a wishbone.

by Tim Padgett ’84
Miami Bureau Chief,
Time magazine

A Father's Field of Dreams
Charlie Hartford discovered that "baseball is a platform for intimate talk," where a father can find time with, and for, his children.

by John Cunningham ’78

Handing Down a Legacy
Born in struggle, shaped by challenge, and defined today by leadership and service, the Malcolm X Institute has evolved over its 30-year existence, but it has always been a family.

by Steve Charles






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