The Grunge, a.k.a. Director of Alumni Affairs Tom Runge, is back with his personal reflections on Wabash news, campus events, and great photos. Don't miss Tom's frequent updates on what's happening on campus.
The alumni blog has been popular since the day Wabash started blogging. There is so much news to be shared about our alumni activity we have two blogs serving Wabash men. Read Alumni Affairs to catch up on promotions and Wabash men in the news.
Wabash alumns, retired faculty and staff are traveling to Italy May 24-June 7 for a tour led by Professor Bill Cook. Communications' Howard Hewitt will be along for the first week of the trip to shoot photos and share stories. Future trips will be dicussed during a Big Bash 2012 Symposium.
Faculty & Staff blogs
The College's weekly Chapel Talk is a great way to stay connected to Wabash and what's happening on campus. Faculty, alumni, staff, and others take the Chapel podium each Thursday during the school year to share ideas, thoughts, and personal experiences with the Wabash Community. Go to the College's YouTube page to see Chapel Talks.
Wabash Blog Roll
Wabash men always have something to say and they often publish the words for the world to see. In our world of instant communication and social media, blogging has become a national rage. Wabash men maintain blogs for their businesses and personal interests.
You can have your blog included by sending an e-mail to Michele Tater. Include your name and Wabash class year, name of blog, URL, and one sentence describing your blog. Also include a passport style headshot for us to include.
Wabash Alumni Blogs
The Scarlett Banner
Class of 2008
Frequently updated blog by three members of the Class of 2008
ohfivewallies, Class of 2005
"Ruff & Dinger" keep members of the Class of 2005 updated on class news and events at Wabash
The Gentlemen of '62
A continuing source of information concerning happenings at Wabash and the lives of our classmates of '62.
The Law & Legal Issues
Scott Medsker '03 - The Law & Legal Issues
News, updates, and brief analysis on labor issues and the NLRB from the perspective of management-side counsel.
Badger: Bose Law
Stephen Badger '87
The blog tracks developments in the areas of media law and appellate law in Indiana.
Einterz & Einterz
Michael Einterz, Jr. '05
A review of current events, laws, and court decisions that affect Indiana citizens and businesses.
Evan Brown '97
A blog that tracks legal issues concerning the use of technology.
Seamus Boyce '03
Periodic comments and updates from a practicing lawyer on cases, laws, and legal topics related to schools, education, students, teachers, administrators, etc.
Jesse James '08
Updates on legal issues in electric generation industry.
Religion & Philanthropy
Tokyo Baptist Church Northeast Japan Report
Gregory G. Rose '80
This blog follows the relief efforts of Tokyo Baptist Church in Northeast Japan (Bilingual - Japanese/English)
Climbing for Charity
Carl Drew '98
This blog follows Carl's climbs and the charities that benefit from his efforts.
Blog of Dormition
John R.P. Russell '03
This blog offers writings on a variety of religious topics from an Eastern Catholic perspective.
Help A Human
Shaun Rico '08
A blog to help the homeless.
Render Plus Blog
Al Hart '69
Render Plus Systems Blog - Tools to Enhance Google Sketch-Up
Marketing and Communications
John Cunningham '78
A blog on communications and marketing for lawyers and other professional service providers
David's Home Now
David F. Thomas, M.D. '55
Articles sharing my thoughts on medical care as a retired surgeon
Political & Philosophical
Ramblings on the Future of Humanity
Stephen D. Covey '71
Discussions concerning various aspects of our future, both near and long term, including threats to our continued existence, Earth-impact asteriods, and a space-based civilization
Cruise Aboard Kelly IV, Trip Logs
Allen Murphy '76
Kelly IV is a small sailboat that cruised over 2500nm summer 2011 across Great Lakes Erie and Ontario, down the length of the St. Lawrence River through Montreal and Quebec, along Nova Scotia's Atlantic coast, crossed the Bay of Fundy, and dodged Tropical Storm Irene in New England.
Don't Go To Canuckistan
Powers Tilden '01
My Travel/Adventure Web Blog
Art Diamond '74
The blog highlights evidence and examples related mainly to economic policy, but also to history, philosophy, pyschology and science.
Introduction to Psychology
Ron Sheese '67
The blog is the primary website for an Introductory Psychology course at York University in Toronto.
Lifestyle, Personal Blogs & Oddities
Ryan Soard '01
Have small children? Big children? Thinking about it? Ryan covers a new topic each month on the joys (and pains) of being a dad.
The Herbal Remedy Wife and The Skeptical Husband
Scott Simpson '95 & Wife
Scott's bohemian wife forces him to try herbal remedies and he reviews the products
In Deference To My Idols
Lonnie Dusch '96
My blog is my thoughts, my fun, my interests, my happenings-upon of a midwestern chemistry teacher, comic book reader, and Wabash grad.
Follow Me Gen Y!
Travis Janeway '09
You can control your actions and atittude to impact our nation for the better.
The Grandpa Gazette
George Jones '55
My personal thoughts and observations - mainly about U.S. politics
Andrea James '89
World's Greatest Neurozine/Directory of Wonderful Things 5
Scott Gall '96
Lifelong of training and racing off-road, endurance races from trail runs and mountain bikes to even off-road triathlons.
Damn Faint Praise
Hugh Vandivier '91
Personal reflections of a Wabash Man.
John Kerezy's Blog
John Kerezy '77
John's blog includes comment on journalism, public relations, and events in Cleveland, Oh.
Andrew Zimmerman Jones
Andrew Zimmerman Jones '99
Andrew writes about physics and philanthropy.
Jud Scott Consulting Arborist
Trees can be your greatest assets or your biggest liability. I try to add a little clarity to life with trees.
Sports, Entertainment & the Arts
Wandering Through Chicago's Arts and Culture
Milan Vydareny '66A diary; impressions of experiences; questions; explorations and above all encouragement for eveyrone to find their own avenues to wander.
Random Access Music
B. Allen Schulz '87
The blog gives information about concerts, events, work, and the music of NYC compusers' collective that I founded three years ago.
Eric Stark '88
Choral singing, performances, rehearsals, techniques and discoveries, moderated by Dr. Eric Stark, Artistic Director of the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, and Professor of Music at Butler University.
Aaron Parish '08
Ostensibly about baseball, but it tends to wander.
Curtis Peterson '10
Strong Football covers a wide variety of topics relevant for football coaches, including coaching philosophy, player technique, schemes and strategy.
Scott Fendley '88
It's a blog about my new "old" hobby - collecting baseball cards, both past and present.