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The Wabash experience can't be contained

It's not limited by time zones, zip codes, or even the laws of physics. Because Wabash is a community that comes to life through our amazing and dedicated network of alumni, parents, and friends - like you. So in that spirit, and because it's the Wabash way, we've created this digital hub that makes our connection stronger than ever. Wherever your Giant Steps take you, here you'll find events, experiences, and resources to bring #WabashTogether.

After the Bell - August 31

Join the Charles D. and Elizabeth S. LaFollette Distiguished Professor in the Humanities Dr. Jeremy Hartnett for an After the Bell session discussing the ancient Roman, Flavius Agricola, and what his life and commemoration in death illustrate about individual experience in the Roman world.

Wabash Raises $3.9 Million in Record-Setting Fiscal Year

Alumni were again generous with their support, and reached a 40% participation rate for the ninth consecutive year - a mark that is among the best in all of higher education.

Crawford '69 Supports Students' Scientific Research

An admiration of student research is what motivated Kenneth Crawford '69 to take a Giant Step for Wabash and establish the Crawford Standardbred Farm Division I Research Fund.

Reyna '17 Sings at NYC's Carnegie Hall

Alejandro Reyna '17 made his Carnegie Hall debut in May while performing with the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir and Ball State University Singers.

After the Bell - September 29

Learn how running is a metaphor for life with marathon-runner, dedicated instructor, Chair of Philosophy, and newly named Andrew T. and Anne Ford Chair in the Liberal Arts, Professor Adriel Trott.

A Press Freedom Fighter

Philip Eubanks '06 knows that a free press is worth defending, whether in America, Afghanistan, the Philippines, or beyond.

After the Bell Playlist

Wabash "rings-out" a new class to our alumni ranks each year. After the Bell offers opportunities to come back to the Wabash classroom. Catch up on all the After the Bell sessions.

Office Hours Playlist

Office Hours showcases our outstanding faculty members by sharing personal experiences, journeys through scholarship, and the interesting trinkets found in their offices. Catch up on all Office Hours sessions.

Wally’s Bookshelf Playlist

Wally's Bookshelf is a casual book discussion led by a Wabash faculty or staff member and provides participants the opportunity to connect with fellow Little Giants. Catch up on all the Wally’s Bookshelf discussions.

Couch to Campus

Bring Wabash home no matter where home is.

WLAIP Students Join the Brotherhood

Twenty-seven freshmen got a head start on earning credits, landing an internship, and learning what it takes to succeed in college as part of the Wabash Liberal Arts Immersion Program.

Wabash Fall Sports Preview

Join head coaches Tyler McCreary (cross country), Don Morel (football), and Chris Keller (soccer) on Thursday, August 25 at 8:00 p.m. EDT for an interactive session to hear previews of their seasons and ask the coaches questions.

Ruiz '25 Applies Wabash Learning on the Job

Enrique Ruiz '25 reflects on the various skills he's taken from campus to the jobsite during his internship with Commodity Transportation Services in Phoenix, Arizona, with thanks to the Dill Small Business Internship. For more students' internship experiences, click here.

Terpstra's Two Thousand Years of History

Thanks to the Givens Scholarship, Simon Terpstra '23 explored centuries worth of history, architecture, and art during his semester-long study abroad program in Paris, France. To read other students' study-abroad reflections, click here.

Trapping Gravids with Lepper '25

During a summer internship with the Montgomery County Health Department, Matt Lepper '25 worked hard both in the lab and out in nature studying mosquitos, public health, and home safety. For more internship stories, click here.

A Class Still Being Perfected

Guided by professors Mollie Ables and Ethan Hollander, students in a thought-provoking and energetic new course explore the ways in which music and politics intertwine to affect individuals and societies worldwide.

Wally's Workshop

Share your Wabash pride with the whole wide world. From little tykes to business tycoons. We've got what you need to represent.

How well do you know Wabash?

Thanks to Scott Olmstead P'04 you can find out. Click here for the photo quiz he created to test your Wabash visual IQ.

Show Your Wabash Pride

Show up to your next meeting displaying your Wabash pride!

Wabash Word Scramble

All ages are welcome to try and unscramble these Wabash-themed words.

Wabash Word Search

Can you solve the clues and find the answers hidden in this word search?

Explore with Wally

Bring Wally along on your next adventure! Be sure to use #WallyWabash and tag us on social media so we can see where you take Wally next!

Get Your Wabash Gear

Need new Wabash gear? Visit the Wabash Bookstore virtually to get everything you need.