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Three Ways To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

There has been a lot of controversy revolving around climate change within recent years. The Earth is warming and due to increased carbon dioxide emissions, the Earth will continue to warm. A […]

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Over the Next Week, You Can Vote for a Better Wabash.

Our team – Bryce McCullough ’23 as President, Ben Sampsell ’24 as Vice-President, Ian Rollins ’23 as Treasurer, and Sarvik Chaudhary ’25 as Secretary – is running because we want to represent […]

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Upcoming Ninth Day of Giving Showcases Giant Shoulders Wabash Stands On

April 19 will be the ninth Day of Giving for Wabash College. This year’s theme, Giant Shoulders, aligns well with the College emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, illustrating that the greater Wabash […]

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Legacy of the Free Speech Keynote Continues with Dr. Herbeck

Next Thursday, April 21, the Wabash Democracy of Public Discourse (WDPD) will host Dr. Dale Herbeck’s talk titled “Tending the Nurseries of Democracy: Mahonoy Area School District v. B.L. and the Future […]

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Dr. Bill Cook ’66 Returns to Share Lessons

Teachers, students, and lessons come in many, often unexpected, ways that can alter one’s path in life. Such has been the case with Dr. Bill Cook ’66, a professor of Medieval History […]

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MXI Hosts Freeman Wilson for MLK Day

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Swift’s Return is All Too Well

With a record smashing entry, Taylor Swift’s Red (Taylor’s Version) has topped the charts after its November 12 release. Reaching number one on the Billboard 200, Hot 100, and Top Country charts, […]

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WDPD Hosts “DEI Throughout Wabash History”

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Freshmen Hopefuls Arrive for Scarlet Honors

Next Friday, Wabash will welcome prospective members of the class of 2026 for this year’s Scarlet Honors Weekend. A beloved tradition by many students, Scarlet Honors Weekend allows prospective students to spend […]

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Pay-to-Stay

International Students Face Winter Break Housing Fees As the holiday season approaches, most students are excited to get through this semester and enjoy a much-deserved winter break at home. But there are […]

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Guide to the 2022 College Football Playoffs

After weeks of speculation, major upsets, and overtime thrillers, the College Football Playoff has finally been set. This Sunday afternoon, the College Football Playoff selection committee announced that the Universities of Alabama, […]

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Schreiber’s Desire to Grow

Pushing for a Conference Title, Schreiber is Playing the Best Ball of his Career If one had to describe the leadership style of senior basketball player Kellen Schreiber ’22, it would be […]

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