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Vanessa Otero Talks Bias with The Bachelor

Wabash student journalists got the chance to meet with and learn more about bias and media literacy from the Ad Fontes Media CEO and Founder during her visit to campus.

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You Are Not Alone: Mental Health Support and Tips for Students

From the Counseling and Health Centers, to the Mental Health Concerns Committee, and events hosted by the College’s new wellness coordinator, there are lots of resources available on campus to support students’ mental health.

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Professors Noe Pliego Campos, David Vogel, and Huei-Jyun Ye.

Wabash On My Mind: New Faculty 2023

Episode 346 features three new members of the Wabash faculty, Professors Noe Pliego Campos, David Vogel, and Huei-Jyun Ye.

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Wabash Alumni Made Homecoming 2023 Special

Alumni and friends were welcomed home as Wabash College celebrated Homecoming.

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Pioneer Chapel at Wabash College

Wabash Featured on U.S. News’ Best Liberal Arts Colleges List

Wabash College continues to be ranked among the best national liberal arts colleges in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Colleges rankings, released Monday. Data was collected on more than 1,850 colleges and universities in the report.

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Wally and Sphinx Club members

Wally: The History Behind Wabash’s Mascot

In the spirit of Homecoming, and with the help of College Archivist Nolan Eller, here’s a look into the history of the Wabash mascot.

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Professor Jill Lamberton

Lamberton Named a “Champion of Change”

Professor Jill Lamberton was named a “Champion of Change” recently by the Crawfordsville/Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce, an award that goes to someone who has effected positive change in diversity and inclusion efforts.

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