WILL HARVEY ’22 | STAFF WRITER • Spirits are high around Wabash as the bell hollers its famous “ding ding” across campus at all hours as we approach the biggest weekend of the school year. Luckily the bell is in proper hands, but reflecting on less fortunate, one cannot help but recollect incredible bell heists of the past.
CLAYTON HUBER ’21 | STAFF WRITER • It is that time of year again, Ladies and Gentlemen. Bleed for the Bell is happening this week on campus! Every year, Wabash College hosts a blood drive to restock supplies for the American Red Cross.
BRENT BREESE ’19 | COPY EDITOR • Wabash students are well known for their opportunities to form working relationships and friendships with our professors. Students babysit for their professors, play club sports together, have dinner together, and in the past even rented apartments from faculty members. Despite this sense of closeness with our faculty, we don’t always have a clear picture of a day in the life of a Wabash professor.
CHRISTIAN REDMOND ’20 | STAFF WRITER • The Wabash College and DePauw
University football teams have been meeting nearly every year since 1890, but it wasn’t until 1932 that the Monon Bell became the trophy of the rivalry game. However, the first Monon Bell game ended in a 0-0 tie, meaning neither team won the bell until a 1933 DePauw victory.
AUSTIN HOOD ’21 | STAFF WRITER • Wallies, start working on those ducking and diving
skills. The Brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon are holding a campus- wide dodgeball tournament this Saturday, October 27.
WILLIAM HARVEY ’22 | STAFF WRITER • The Wabash/DePauw rivalry is a battle on the gridiron that dates back to 1890 and is of the oldest rivalries in college football. Having been in numerous newspapers, aired on television and even talked about in Sports Illustrated, this rivalry is one of the highlights of the school year for both schools.