Students from the OLAB (Opportunities to Learn About Business) program come to Wabash for a week-long intensive crash-course in business, including a simulation game run with fictional companies. This is the program's 47th consecutive year.
President Gregory D. Hess today announced a new interdisciplinary major, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE), to be introduced in the 2019-20 academic year. The program is being made possible through a fully-funded endowment by Trustee Tom Walsh ’73 and his wife Anne B. Walsh.
This week crews began work on the Wabash Gateway Project, which is expected to be completed in October. The goal of the Gateway Project is to provide visitors with a clearer sense of arrival on campus, to improve existing foot traffic pathways, and to more closely link the College and the city.
President Gregory Hess has announced the appointment of Dr. Nancy Lynne Westfield as the next Director of the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion.
Four years ago, Bilal Jawed '17 was a sophomore doing research in Uganda through Wabash's Global Health Initiative. This summer he returns to east Africa through a unique opportunity in medical school.
Sheldon Slusser came to Wabash from his family farm in Logansport, Indiana. Five years, a deployment to Afghanistan, and an award-winning thesis later, he’s finishing his college career this summer in Paris.
Big Bash, Wabash College’s annual reunion weekend, really gets to the heart of what the College is all about.
Wabash College adds a 13th intercollegiate sport to its varsity athletics program when its men’s volleyball team takes the court for the 2020-21 season.
“There are certain students that you want the world for, and part of that is because they’re not demanding it, and Joe is one of those.”
When PJ Mays ’19 first learned about Wabash College, he was told it would be a challenge—that was all the Chicago native needed to hear. He wanted to see if he could make it. As he prepared to graduate, the rhetoric major looked back and said, “I did it.”
Mike Raters ’85, Dean of Students at Wabash for the last 11 years, has decided to step down as head of the Student Life staff.
Wabash honored 39 employees Tuesday at the Annual Faculty and Staff Retirement and Recognition Lunch.
Wabash’s 2019 Day of Giving again broke total amount and donor records, but it’s another number that is raising eyebrows: $1,361, the average amount raised per student—a figure nearly $400 higher per student than nation-leading universities in single-day fundraising.
Four Wabash students have accepted postgraduate fellowships to serve internationally. In all, nine Wabash men have earned international postgraduate fellowships this academic year.
Wabash College celebrates its 181st Commencement exercises on Sunday, May 12, at 2:30 p.m. on the College Mall. President Gregory D. Hess will ring out the Class of 2019.
We sat down with rhetoric major and two-time football captain Kyle McAtee '19 and asked him to reflect on his time at Wabash. Here are some of our favorite moments:
“He is one of the humblest individuals I have ever met. With all of his accomplishments, his inability to talk about himself really displays how selfless of a person he is.”
On Tuesday, the Wabash community got a behind-the-scenes look at the decisions being made every day by small businesses and organizations in the Crawfordsville area—and how Wabash students from the Center for Innovation, Business, and Entrepreneurship (CIBE) are helping to drive those very decisions.
Five Wabash College students have accepted postgraduate fellowships to serve in Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Japan. In all, 43 Wabash men have earned international fellowships in the last six years.
Moved by the momentum of the Giant Steps campaign and associated events around the country, Dr. Frank ’82 and Lisa Kolisek have just committed an unrestricted estate gift of $1 million to the College. The Koliseks’ gift brings Wabash closer to its $225 million campaign target.
Wabash College is asking its campus, community, and friends to “Step Up For Wabash” for its sixth annual Day of Giving on Wednesday, April 10. This year, the goal is to receive 4,410 gifts by midnight.
Brady Gossett ’19 knew he couldn’t say no to Wabash after his first visit to campus, which consisted of a football game with Track and Field Coach Clyde Morgan and a conversation about beards with Associate Professor of History Rick Warner. Now Commencement is six weeks away, and he’s about to become the first person in his family to graduate from college.
President Gregory D. Hess and Trustee Jennifer Evans have announced the creation of the Mothers’ Fund at Wabash College. When fully endowed, the Mothers’ Fund will be allocated at the discretion of the Dean of Students in ways he or she deems worthy for improving the student experience.
Ann Taylor, the Haines Professor of Biochemistry, was named one of 39 American Council of Education Fellows nationally for the 2019-20 academic year.
As keynote speaker of the Peck Lecture and recipient of the Senior Peck Medal for Eminence in the Law, John L. Ryder ’71 returned to campus to spend a few days interacting with students in classes and during wide-ranging and educational conversations at Scarlet Inn.
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