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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 - January 20

Join Dr. Eric Olofson, Associate Professor of Psychology, for his After the Bell session "The Hidden Benefits of Playing with Dad" and discuss why fathers are more likely to engage in roughhousing than mothers, why it doesn't matter which parent plays with children (or even whether it is a parent at all), and the ways in which children benefit from challenging play.

Dr. Trott Covers Plato

This video lecture series features Dr. Adriel Trott, Associate Professor of Philosophy, and covers the whole of the ancient Greek philosopher Plato's most well-known dialogue, commonly translated as The Republic.

Wabash CARE Team

Kwaku Sarpong '22 and Jacob Fecht '22 relate their fall semester experiences as part of Wabash's CARE Team, a component of the Global Health Initiative.

Campus, Coaches, and COVID

Athletics staff leaders of the COVID Action Response and Education (CARE) team, discuss the form and function of the campus CARE Team, how a residential semester worked at Wabash, and why COVID feels like building a plane in mid-flight.

It's a Family Thing

Rob '92 and Leigh Rudicel establish The Rudicel Family Scholarship for Wabash students.

Wally's Bookshelf - February 2

Join Dr. Bobby Horton, Professor of Psychology, for a book discussion covering Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates. Dr. Horton and other Wabash faculty will use this book this spring with Wabash freshmen in Enduring Questions, their required seminar course. Dr. Horton will also incorporate into this session additional material from Enduring Questions, such as the poetry of Clint Smith.

Leading in the Age of Civility

Kip Chase '03, Vice President of the NAWM, speaks at Pioneer Chapel.

After the Bell - February 17

Dismissed once as kids' fare or shrugged off as sub-literate, comics today are enjoying a Renaissance. Participate in Dr. Derek Mong's After the Bell session, "How to Read a Page of Comics," to learn how to close read this deceptively simple medium, developing special, analytical abilities. Dr. Mong is the Byron K. Trippet Assistant Professor of English at Wabash.

Nate Marshall - January 18

The Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies at Wabash College presents Nate Marshall as the Rev. Martin L. King Jr. National Holiday Keynote Speaker. Nate is a writer, rapper, and educator from the South Side of Chicago. He previously served as the Assistant Director of Wabash's MXIBS where he was also a Visiting Professor of English and Black Studies. Register today!

Couch to Campus

Bring Wabash home no matter where home is.

The View from Wabash

This fall, Wabash Men Learned More and Played More.

Dane Smith '22

Meet student-athlete-builder Dane Smith, class of 2022, who worked on the Little Giant Stadium construction project as an intern with Wilhelm over the summer of 2020.

Stadium Construction Update

Wabash Director of Athletics Matt Tanney provides a seventh and final update on the Little Giant Stadium construction project.
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.

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!

Show Your Wabash Pride

Show up to your next meeting displaying your Wabash pride!

Monon Bell

Create your own save the date for the 127th Monon Bell Classic. Post to your fridge and make plans to be at the new Little Giant Stadium in the fall.

Highlight Your Wabash Connection

Use these graphics to share your connection to Wabash on your favorite social media site.

Color with Wally

Whether you're young or just young at heart, create a Wabash masterpiece!

Take a Break

Take a brain break with Wally!