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Mullin ’24: ‘I Hope I am Seen as Something More’

Thoughtful and straightforward, Joe Mullin ’24 found a love for analyzing texts as an English major and success in his chosen pursuits.

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Jordan Thomas

Thomas ’24: ‘Blazing the Trail’

As he’s just months away from wrapping up his tenure as Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies’ chairman, Jordan Thomas ’24 beamed with pride reflecting on how far he’s come over the last four years.

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Wabash College's Pioneer Chapel

Physics Professor Lands $424,000 NSF Grant

Wabash College Physics Professor James Brown has received a $424,670 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to help construct a new fast-neutron detector unique in the world of science.  

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Creating a Vibrant Game-Day Experience

“I love reading the game,” Hartnett explained, “trying to think whats going to be necessary at any particular time. I spend a lot of time thinking about how we can create a vibrant game-day experience that celebrates the uniqueness of Wabash.”

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Professor Shamira Gelbman and students Brayden Tippett ’26 (left) and Gavinn Alstott ’25 .(right)

Wabash On My Mind: Governing at Wabash

This episode features professor Shamira Gelbman and students Gavinn Alstott ’25 and Brayden Tippett ’26 of the Governing at Wabash political science course (Episode 356).

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Cole Bergman

Bergman ’24: Leading and Leaning on Others

During his time at Wabash, the English and rhetoric double major and political science minor learned that good leaders can’t do it all themselves, and that even the strongest person needs support.

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Death and the Maiden poster

Death and the Maiden Ends Successful Run

“Death and the Maiden” opened February 21 and ran through February 24, with performances at 8 p.m. in Ball Theater.

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