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September 22, 2023

Increase in climatic weather events raise climate change questions

The summer of 2023 was a time of climatic unrest across the world, but especially in the United States. July and August went down in the record books as the two hottest […]

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Student Senate sees influx in budget requests as National Act sparks discussion

The Wabash Student Senate has been one of the hottest topics of campus conversation during the first few weeks of the semester, specifically, the Audit and Finance Committee (AFC). […]

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Craig ’25 studies rise in local West Nile Virus cases

West Nile Virus has suddenly appeared across the state of Indiana. As of August 25, the Indiana Department of Health reported 225 positive mosquito samples from 60 counties, including Montgomery County. […]

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Homecoming ’23 and the man behind it all

As the weather turns to a cool September breeze, the shouts of air raids ring across the Mall during the day and the rhythmic chanting of the fight song fills campus in […]

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Ron Dostal ’92 steps up as new alumni executive

This year, Wabash welcomes Ron Dostal ’92 as the College’s Director of Alumni and Affinity Group Engagement. With this new role, the former Deloitte consultant and early retiree will come out of […]

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Fall rush retrospective

Fraternity rush officially wrapped up this past Sunday for the fall 2023 semester, marking an end to a process that began at the last Scarlet Honors weekend. Throughout this time, the Interfraternity […]

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Football looks to send message against Oberlin

It’s been over 300 days since the Wabash football team last played on Frank Navarro Field in Little Giant Stadium. That streak comes to an end at 2:00 P.M. on Saturday, September […]

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Soccer looks to recover in Homecoming match

Wabash squares off against sixth-ranked Hope College The undefeated streak of the Wabash soccer team came to an end against Hanover College, where they were defeated 2-1 in a closely-contested match. During […]

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Linemen out for blood

Dominating attitude pervades both sides of the line of scrimmage Having completed their nonconference slate in a 47-21 loss against Butler University on September 16, Wabash football re- turns home to Crawfordsville […]

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