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Basketball Begins Season

Little Giants Face the Colonels of Centre, Kick Off 2021-22 Campaign for the 2021-22 season. With a healthy mix of experienced upperclassmen and talented underclassmen adding to the depth of the team, […]

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Soccer Falls in Playoffs

Wabash Loses 8-0 to Kenyon in NCAC Semifinals, Ends Season The soccer season came to a sudden end on Wednesday afternoon as the Little Giants crashed out of the play-offs in a […]

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XC 4th at NCAC Champs

Redpack Looks Ahead to NCAA DIII Great Lakes Regional The course was at the Clark County fairgrounds in Springfield, Ohio. The course is a relatively new course, but it was still well […]

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Wabash Moves to 6-2

Little Giants Grab Momentum Ahead of Final Two Games

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Offense Shines at Kenyon

Football Ends Two-Game Skid, Posts 59 Points in Much-Needed Win Last Saturday, October 30, the Wabash College Little Giants (6-2; 5-2 NCAC) brought home a 59-34 victory over the Kenyon Lords (2-6; […]

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PIE Trips Return with Chicago PIE

Professional Immersion Experience trips, known as PIE trips, provide Wabash students the opportunity to meet alumni professionals and gain a competitive edge in applying for internships and jobs. Due to COVID, recent […]

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Makeup Workshop Hosted by Theater Department

The Wabash Community found many ways to celebrate and prepare for Halloween this year, one of which was through the Theater Departments Stage Makeup workshop last Thursday, October 28. Held in the […]

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Professor Michele Pittard: Embracing Change

Entering into her 20th year at the College and off the heels of her fourth Chapel Talk last week titled, “Get Curious, Make Do, and Feed the Fish,” Professor Michele Pittard continues […]

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Joe Impicciche ‘80 – How his Liberal Arts Education Continues to Direct his Life

A liberal arts education opens the door to many professional pathways, including business, law school, public health school, and more. Sometimes, it can connect those multiple places in unexpected ways and lead […]

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“X-Tacy” Poetry Slam Returns After a Year Hiatus

This upcoming Saturday night, after a year hiatus, the MXI will host the X-Tacy Poetry Slam. Those who attend will be treated to a series of live poetry performances. Poetry can be […]

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Student Senate Postpones National Act

A Letter to the Editor: Ian Rollins ‘23 Despite contrary belief, Student Senate did not postpone National Act with Waka Flocka Flame to purposefully piss people off. There are several reasons as […]

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Wabash Celebrates Día de los Muertos

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