Alumni Homecoming 2015
Thursday, October 1, 2015
11:00 AM – Chapel Sing
Watch as the Class of 2019 participates in this rite of passage.
11:00 AM – Eboo Patel Special Leadership Presentation, Pioneer Chapel
Wabash welcomes Eboo Patel, speaker, author, and founder and president of Interfaith Youth Core for his presentation Interfaith Leadership: Engaging Religious and Philosophical Diversity in the 21st Century. Event is free and open to the public.
Friday, October 2, 2015
12:00 PM - Faculty/Staff Luncheon, Fobes Lounge, Sparks Center
Join members of Wabash's faculty and staff for an informal luncheon and program. Cost: $5.00, pay at the door.
Saturday, October 3, 2015
11:00 AM – Alumni Chapel, Pioneer Chapel
The annual Homecoming Alumni Chapel, celebrated in the spirit of Barney Hollett ’36, represents the general meeting of the National Association of Wabash Men.
Alumni Award Winners:
Stephen J. Jay '63 - Fredrick J. Urbaska Civic Service Award
John C Schroeder '69 - Frank W. Misch Alumni Service Award
William R. Cook '66 - Clarence A. Jackson Career Service Award
Michael R. Vaughn '00 - Jeremy Wright Young Alumnus Award
Kealoha L. Widdows - Honorary Alumna
Elizabeth P. Allen - Honorary Alumna
David L. Hayhurst '83 - Alumni Admissions Fellow
Jared D. Grigsby '01 - Alumni Admissions Fellow
John M. Castro '97 - Career Services Fellow
Aurelian Bukatko '73 - Career Services Fellow
12:15 PM – Celebrating Leadership Luncheon, Knowling Fieldhouse, Allen Athletics Center.
Join President Gregory Hess as we celebrate the College's great tradition of philanthropy and those who demonstrated leadership in their support of Wabash students during the most recent year. Reply requested. RSVP Online here or call 765-361-6369 by September 25.
2:00 PM – Football vs. Hiram, Byron P. Hollett Little Giant Stadium
7:30 PM – Homecoming Concert, Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
Listen as the Wabash Glee Club presents the annual Homecoming Concert.
Event is free and open to the public.
*Make time to stop by the Eric Dean Gallery in the Fine Arts Center to see the 35 Retro: Doug Calisch exhibit. This retrospective exhibition celebrates the distinguished teaching and artistic career of Professor of Art Doug Calisch. Calisch has taught ceramics, sculpture, and photography at Wabash College for 35 years. The exhibit encompasses a broad range of his art, including significant ceramic, mixed media, wood, and painted woods constructions, along with his recent wall-relief constructions using found objects and photographs. His work embodies the delicate ballance between preserving an object's history and creating new ways of looking at and thinking about forms and images. For more details and for exhibit times visit www.wabash.edu/fineartscalendar.