March 21, 2013
Become an Indiana State Trooper: Sparks Center , 11:00AM - 1:00PM
Behind the wheel of a police car, at the controls of a helicopter, underwater in scuba gear, or handling explosives and firearms with an expert's touch, an Indiana State Trooper's career is one of action. From its humble beginning in 1933 with sixteen officers, to today's department with over 1,200 enforcement personnel, the Indiana State Police is one of the premier state police agencies in the country. Indiana State Police is currently accepting applications for the 73rd Selection Process. Do you have what it takes to become a trooper? Meet with Sgt. Kim Riley and learn more about how you might become a part of the future of the Indiana State Police.
Chapel Talk: Prof. Marc Hudson: Chapel , 11:15AM
Speaking at Chapel this week will be Professor Hudson with a talk titled "Becoming an Aldoholic: My Education in the Liberal Arts." Please join the Sphinx Club this Thursday at 11:15 AM in the Pioneer Chapel.
Division III Colloquium: Baxter Hall 114, 12:00PM
Lunch in Rogge Loung 11:45-12; Colloquium 12-1 pm
40th Annual David W. Peck Awards Banquet Thursday, March 21, 2013 Senior Peck Medal Recipient Judge David Hamilton, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Lecture: 5:00 p.m. Baxter 101 Reception: 6:00 p.m. – Dinner 6:30 p.m. International Hall, Detchon Center Cost: $25 per person (Check payable to Wabash College) R.S.V.P. to Michele Ward at email@example.com or 765.361.6369 no later than Friday, March 15, 2013
Ken Crawford WWII Lecture: Baxter Hall 101, 7:00PM - 8:30PM
Bringing Home the Missing from World War II by Kenneth C. Crawford Wabash '69. This special presentation highlights work by the Department of Defense to search for and recover the 78,000 servicemen still missing from World War II. Crawford, recently retired from Air Force civil service, covers a six year period in which he supported the U.S. Army-Europe Theater Mortuary for the investigation, search, and recovery of missing soldiers and airmen throughout Europe. Investigation methods, search and recovery missions in France, Germany, Belgium, Albania, and Bulgaria, the return home, and burials with military honors are presented Light refreshments will be provided.
Reading by Matthew Vollmer: Fine Arts Center Korb Classroom, 8:00PM
Author Matthew Vollmer will give a reading from his book, "Inscriptions for Headstones" at 8 pm in Korb Classroom. Vollmer is author of a short story collection Future Missionaries of America and a book of creative nonfiction titled Inscriptions for Headstones. With Reality Hunger author David Shields, Vollmer also edited Fakes, an anthology of pseudo-interviews, quasi-letters, "found" texts, and other fraudulent artifacts. Vollmer has published in many of the nation's top periodicals, including The Paris Review, Tin House, and Virginia Quarterly Review. He is a recipient of a 2010 National Endowment for the Arts fellowship and he has been nominated several times for a Pushcart Prize. He attended the famed Iowa Writers Workshop and currently teaches in the MFA program at Virginia Tech University.
Carmike Capri Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive