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Family Day uses Current Parents as Recruiters

BRAXTON MOORE ’19 |CAVELIFE EDITOR • Following the success of last year’s Family Day event, the Parent and Alumni Relations Office has partnered with the Admissions Office once more to bring families of both current and prospective students for a weekend of fun and football.

Saturday Sports Schedule

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An Inherited Privilege

AUSTIN RUDICEL ‘20 | OPINION EDITOR • Standing (four/five) feet tall
and twelve feet long, the “Senior Bench” is one of the most notable landmarks at Wabash. The limestone bench is a symbol of tradition and unity as illustrated by
the numerous layers of paint coating the bench from various organizations on campus.

Prospective Students to Visit Campus this Weekend

REED MATHIS ’22 | STAFF WRITER • This upcoming weekend
at Wabash features home football, soccer, and swimming contests, visitday(cm)productions of the critically- acclaimed theater production, Frankenstein, but most importantly the first Scarlet Preview Day of the 2018 school year.

Wabash Releases Re-Branding

IAN WARD ’19 | PHOTO & ONLINE EDITOR • Over the past few weeks, there have been inquiries Screen Shot 2018-09-28 at 10.06.38 AMsurrounding banners in the Allen Center, apparel, and what a period is doing after a distinctive Wabash “W”.

Administration Considers Computer Science Major

JOHN WITCZAK ’22 | STAFF WRITER • Wabash College is a serious institution. Given the fact that a strong academic curriculum is the backbone of the school, one is not surprised to learn that the process of establishing a new major is a time consuming and rigorous endeavor.

New Pub Coming to Sparks Center

AUSTIN HOOD ’21 | STAFF WRITER • Wabash College is an institution where change happens pretty infrequently. Wallies of all ages often delight in knowing that life on campus today is similar to how it was many decades ago.

Hoover in at Running Back

JACKSON BLEVINS ‘20 | STAFF WRITER •Being a student-athlete at Wabash presents challenges that could make someone reevalu- ate their priorities and goals on this campus. All sports are demanding in their own way, but one could argue that football is the most demanding of them all.

Coach Noble says Goodbye

PATRICK MCAULEY ‘20 | SPORTS EDITOR •Earlier last week, Brent Noble. Head coach of the swimming team, announced his decision to step down as head coach. He has been at Wabash for five years, giving the team his best during the span.


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