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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.

Wally's Bookshelf: "Make Your Home Among Strangers" with Dr. Jane Hardy

Join Dr. Jane Hardy on Tuesday, April 25 from 7:30-9:00pm EDT for a discussion on Jennine Capó Crucet's novel Make Your Home Among Strangers, which uses themes of ethnicity, family, and belonging to explore what it means to be American today.

Walsh '98 Scholarship Supports Lake County Students

The scholarship will provide support for students with demonstrated financial need who graduated from Calumet High School, located in Lake County, or students who come from a single-parent household from the state of Indiana.

Miracles, Miracles Everywhere

Of all of the things Alex Ngaba ’24 learned about U.S. culture before his family relocated, smiling at everyone was the strangest. Now he can’t stop.

Reimaging Home

Ian Starnes '11 and his wife, Caroline, recoginize home isn't necessarily a "physical dwelling" or even a particular place. It's somewhere that helps you build identity.

Legendary Wabash Supporter Rem Johnston '55 Passes Away

One of the most significant alumni volunteers in the history of Wabash College, Remington “Rem” A. Johnston III passed away on Feb. 18, 2023.

On Demand: Dr. Douglas Tallamy - "Nature's Best Hope"

Watch ecologist Dr. Douglas Tallamy's recent lecture "Nature's Best Hope," sponsored by the President's Distinguished Speaker Series.

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.

Office Hours: Dean Todd McDorman

Dr. Todd McDorman, Dean of the College and Professor of Rhetoric, discusses his lifelong passion for sport, particularly baseball, and how he's successfully merged that interest with his field of expertise through classes, museum exhibits, and even bobbleheads.

Wabash Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert

You won't want to miss the Wabash Jazz Ensemble's Spring Concert--livestream the event on Thursday, April 6 at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Brothers On and Off the Field

For Ben ’25 and Will ’25 Netting and Connor ’25 and Liam ’24 Thompson, being part of the Wabash brotherhood is only strengthened by being teammates, too.

Wabash Glee Club Spring Concert

Far from campus? No problem! You can livestream the Wabash Glee Club's Spring Concert on Saturday, April 22 at 3:00 p.m. ET.

Noted Psychologist Dr. Jean Twenge to Speak on March 22

The President’s Distinguished Speaker Series (PDSS) at Wabash College is pleased to present Dr. Jean Twenge, whose research focuses on Generation Z. This lecture is free and open to the public.

Housing at Wabash College

Do you know a prospective student interested in attending Wabash College? Check out and share this new housing video that shows no matter what a student is looking for in their new college home, there’s a perfect place for them at Wabash.

Chapel Talk: Dr. Jill Lamberton

Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Special Assistant to the President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Dr. Jill Lamberton, with her talk titled: “Show Up, Listen In, Lead On."

Wabash On My Mind: Ben Kesling '02

This episode features Wall Street Journal Correspondent Ben Kesling '02 discussing his unexpected trajectory after Wabash, a journalist’s duty, gaining the trust of the members of Bravo Company, and the story that followed.

Buckley ’23: The Twisted Road to Graduation

For Liam Buckley '23, graduating from Wabash is a hard-fought accomplishment.

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.