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Wabash Among Best to Offer Value to International Students

Wabash College is ranked 47th among the best national liberal arts colleges who offer great value for international students, according to Study Abroad Aide.

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Benjamin Sampsell '24

Sampsell ’24: Creating Home for Los Hermanos

“Seeing La Alianza grow into what it is today—knowing future Latino freshmen will arrive to campus and find a group ready to welcome them as family—is one of my proudest accomplishments.”

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Brayden Spurlock

Spurlock ’27 Finds His Fit in Animal Science

Brayden Spurlock ’27, a lifelong pet owner and lover of science, talks about what it’s been like interning this summer for a veterinary clinic, the lessons he’s learned, and his goals for the future.

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Wabash Students Help Recovery Center Earn SIA Grant

The Recovery Coalition of Montgomery County was awarded a grant from Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) to build a new playground, thanks to a partnership with Associate Professor of English Crystal Benedicks and her students in ENG-302 "Writing in the Community: Grants & Nonprofits.”  

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Wabash Leader Scholars

First Wabash Leaders Scholar Graduates

Since 2020, four students have been awarded the Wabash Leaders Scholarship, endowed by Steve ’63 and Connie Ferguson as part of the Giant Steps Campaign.

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NAWM Announces Two New Directors

The National Association of Wabash Men Board has appointed two members of its Board of Directors in addition to three incumbents who were re-elected by alumni to three-year terms.

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Cole Borden '24

Borden ’24 Named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar

Tennis team captain and recent Wabash College graduate Cole Borden ’24 was named a 2024 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars by Diverse Issues in Higher Education magazine.

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