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‘You Belong Here’: Texas Grads Reflect on Their Time at Wabash

Jose Marquez-Franco and Luis Amaro admitted that moving far away from home was scary at first, but they had the support needed to adjust and succeed over their next four years here.

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Members of the Wabash Class of 2022

Class of 2022: ‘You are the Reason for Wabash’s Success’

221 men of the Class of 2022 received diplomas from Wabash College President Scott E. Feller during the 184th Commencement Ceremony. 

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Michael Burns

Q&A with Michael Burns ’98 Biology Major Turned Lawyer

Burns talks about his journey into law, how his liberal arts education continues to help him today, and gives tips to Wabash students who may find themselves feeling like he did 25 years ago.

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Riley Woodward

Woodward ’22: ‘One Mentally Tough Kid’

Thanks to the mentorship and guidance from his classmates and professors, Woodward is days away from graduation and preparing to attend Western Michigan University Colley Law School.

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Family showing Day of Giving pride for Wabash College

Wabash’s 9th Day of Giving raises $1.4 million, breaks records

In a 24-hour fundraising effort to support current students, the Wabash community broke records for total amount raised and the average amount raised per student, $1,744, which was approximately $100 more than last year’s record.

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Lorraine Krall McCrary

McCrary Awarded Prestigious NEH Grant

The NEH grant will help McCrary expand on research she has already started for her book project, which examines the contributions of associations by and for people with disabilities to an inclusive, just, and stable society.

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Wabash is a "Best Value" school according to The Princeton Review

Wabash a “Best Value” Pick by The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review rated Wabash as No. 2 in Best Alumni Network, No. 3 in Best Schools for Internships, and No. 29 in Best Value Colleges for private schools In its annual college guide.

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