The BachelorThe Student Voice of Wabash College Since 1908

March 17, 2023

Benedict ’25 named incoming Editor-in-Chief

The Editorial Staff is excited to announce that Sam Benedict ’25 has been selected to serve as the Editor-in-Chief of The Bachelor for the 2023- 2024 volume. “I’m pumped,” Benedict said. “The […]

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Shifting strategies: President Feller’s new strategic priorities

Part one in a series on Wabash 2032 Preparing for 2032—Wabash College’s bicentennial—requires vision, commitment and strategy. As President Scott Feller concludes his third year as president, the first year relatively free […]

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Elevator crashes in Martindale Hall with student inside

This past weekend, a Martindale Hall elevator crashed with a student inside. On the evening of March 12, Sean Bledsoe ’26 entered the elevator on the basement level, traveling up to the […]

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Senior spotlight: Logan Smith ’23, from a small town to a world of possibilities

Growing up in Crawfordsville, the cross-town move to Wabash was “a big jump” for Logan Smith ’23, an English major with a double minor in Black Studies and Music. Raised in a […]

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Review: ‘Stage Kiss’ a perfect balance of ‘rom’ and ‘com’

The Wabash College Theater Department brings laughs and romance galore this weekend with “Stage Kiss.” The romantic comedy with an ensemble cast is an intimate but cleverly constructed work that places you […]

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President’s Distinguished Speaker Dr. Doug Tallamy shares stories of environmental work

The President’s Distinguished Speaker Series returned this Monday, when Wabash College welcomed Dr. Douglas Tallamy to give a talk in Salter Hall with invitation from President Feller. Dr. Tallamy, the T.A. Baker […]

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Jack Heldt ’23 wins national title, goes unbeaten on season

Jack Heldt ’23 firmly cemented his Wabash legacy by capturing the national title at 285-pounds on Saturday, March 11, at the NCAA Division III National Championships in Roanoke, Virginia. He joins an […]

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Bronze in Birmingham: Diemer-McKinney ’26 finishes third at nationals, sets new personal record

Mid-distance runner Haiden Diemer-McKinney ’26 capped off the indoor track and field season on Saturday, March 11, with a third-place finish in the men’s 800-meter run at the NCAA Division III National […]

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Baseball brings the heat in south Florida

For seven days in southwest Florida, the Little Giants baseball team brought the heat to the Suncoast. Powered by an offensive onslaught and dominant starting pitching, Wabash went 6-2 against a series […]

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