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Photo by Photo by Clayton Craig '08
"Some prefer not to call Wabash 'a small liberal arts college in a small Midwestern town,' but that human scale is our strength - the intimacy that empowers us to learn like Little Giants." - President Patrick White

My Town: Crawfordsville
"I care what happens."
Gary James '10

Hooked on Pound at Wabash
Corresponding with Ezra Pound, Jim Rader '60 got the inside story on the College's most infamous literary moment.
Jim Rader '60

Only Comment: A tribute to Professor of Psychology Peter Bankart
Warren Rosenberg

First & Foremost a Teacher: A tribute to Professor of Modern Languages John Byrnes
Dan Rogers

Actions in Wood
What Professor of mathematics Robert Foote enjoys most about woodworking is its lack of calculation and "watching the thing take shape."
Kim Johnson

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In The Heart of Town
A roadside Restaurant in tiny Wallace, Indiana, has the locas singing, dancing, and playing again.
Evan West '99

The Roots of the Community
Bob Charles '59 sees more clearly than most the ways people and organizations can come together to make life better for both.
Steve Charles

My Town: Memories
Faculty, staff, and alumni recall growing up in small town Indiana.
David Blix '70, Charlie Bowerman '61, Bob Quirk '50, Carolyn Goff, and Debbie Bartlet

Gyms and the Making of Small Town America
Basketball was born in Massachusetts, but it grew up in Indiana.
Stephen Webb '83

Wabash Voice
The View From the Roof
Homer Twigg '08
The Great Greencastle Adventure
Ted Steeg '52
College Boy
Evan West '99
Woody Collins
John Van Nuys '83
The Liars Bench
Garry Bazzani
Online Extras
A Night at the Highway 341 Cafe
Clayton Craig '08
The Memorial Service for Professor Emeritus Paul Mielke
Plunging into Israel: Blog from the Immersion
Tasting the Magic of Small Town Indiana
Rpbert Van Kirk '07