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‘Capable’ Kopp ’21 named official head golf coach

TheWabash Athletics Department announced on January 26 that Justin Kopp ’21 has had his interim title removed, installing him as the full-time head golf coach. Kopp, who took over as interim head […]

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What is happening with the Student Senate budget?

Tightened budget amidst National Act and ‘pizza money’ Just three weeks into the spring semester, the Student Senate is grappling with a budget crisis. Currently, the Senate has only $30,000 remaining in […]

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Michael Bricker ’04: From Ball Theatre to the Emmys

From the backdrop of a hit streaming show to the streets of Indianapolis, Emmy Award winning production designer Michael Bricker ’04 sees the world through the lens of production design, creating a […]

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Review: ‘Kaleidoscope’ brings fresh angle to heist genre

Netflix kicked off its 2023 with a bang, releasing Kaleidoscope, a heist drama starring Breaking Bad’s Giancarlo Esposito and Tati Gabrielle from The 100. Kaleidoscope differs itself from every other heist, with […]

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Chadwick Crazies chase DePauw out of conference contention

Basketball skins Tigers in 89-79 rout One of the oldest rivalries in college sports is always going to turn out an exciting game. But the rematch between the Wabash and DePauw basketball […]

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This week in sports: Snapshot of the February slate

Around campus right now, there is a sense of quiet before the storm. And no, I’m not talking about the snow blizzards—I’m talking about the past week’s notable lack of sporting events. […]

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Opinion: Does Dallas dump Dak?

Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback Dak Prescott set a football record in the 2022-2023 season. Despite missing five games due to a broken thumb sustained against the Buccaneers in the season opener, the Mississippi […]

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Opinion: America’s next generation needs new civics education

By any reasonable measure, the United States is more politically divided than at any point in its history since the Civil War. Americans are more partisan and more susceptible to misinformation and […]

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Buzzer-beaters, injury woes and bitter foes

With Comer ’24 still injured, who will step up for the Little Giants? After Vinny Buccilla’s ’25 miraculous buzzer-beating three-pointer carried Wabash into overtime against Oberlin, the Little Giants are still holding […]

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Wabash wrestles with ChatGPT

Gone are the days where if you complain about an essay on Twitter, a bot replies and you can pay someone to write your essay. Now, the plagiarism game can be much […]

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Senior spotlight: Malik Barnes ’23, ‘agent of change’

Malik Barnes ’23 is the first of this year’s weekly Senior Spotlight. Malik is a PPE major from the small town of Marion, Arkansas. He most notably holds the position of Chairman […]

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Chris Denari ’83 named Indiana Sportscaster of the Year

“Some Little Giant” is a phrase fit for Chris Denari ’83. An Indiana native, Denari graduated with the class of 1983 alongside his teammates on the 1982 National championship basketball team. During […]

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