COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING • Steve Bowen ’68 can’t help but laugh as he realizes how long he’s been connected to Wabash College.
REED MATHIS ’22 | STAFF WRITER • As Wabash buckles down for the end of the semester, this time of the year also brings prospective students to the last few admissions events of the fall semester. During the first weekend back from Thanksgiving Break, the third annual Scarlet Honors Weekend will ensue, which will coincide with The Lilly Finalist Weekend, beginning a day earlier.
COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING • “Where is the need?” It was the simplest of questions from Jay Allen ’79, and the answer carries a great deal of weight.
JOHN WITCZAK ’21 | STAFF WRITER • AsanystudentatWabashwill tell you, the place would completely fall apart if it weren’t for the many women that make up the faculty and staff. Whether it be professors, administrators, counselors, cooks, or custodians, one can always find a woman working hard to make the campus we call home run smoothly. Given that Wabash is an all-male institution, it is easy, especially for those unfamiliar with the school, to think only of men when they think of Wabash, but, as we all know, that would be a mistake. The Bachelor set out to speak with a few relatively recent hires in order to get an insider’s perspective as to what it is like to be a woman at an all guys college.
ALEXANDRU ROTARU ’22 | STAFF WRITER • Wabash’smissionstate- ment is to “educate men to think critically, act responsibly, lead effectively, and lead humanely.” One way which it achieves this goal is by enabling students to learn about and interact with other cultures and environ- ments outside the classroom. A great oppor- tunity for Wallies to do just that is through immersion courses. There are six immersion courses offered in the Spring semester of 2019, in Political Science, Economics, Biology, Classics, and Rhetoric.
JAKE VERMEULEN ’21 | NEWS EDITOR • In a political landscape that is increasingly polarized beyond belief, effective discussions on almost any topic can be hard to find. For the last several years, the Wabash Democracy and Public Discourse initiative (WDPD) has been leading substantive, productive conversa- tions on campus and in the surrounding community.
JAKE VERMEULEN ’21 | NEWS EDITOR • As part of their efforts to prepare Wabash students for the real world, the Schroeder Center for Career Development is putting on their Real World Week for the Class of 2019.
JOHN WITCZAK ’21 | STAFF WRITER •Wabash just got one step closer to enlarging its curriculum. Thanks to the foresight and initiative of William Turner, Chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and his colleagues, the proposal
of adding Computer Science to the list of available majors is just one Board of Trustees vote away from becoming a reality.
CHARLES FREY ’19 | SENIOR STAFF WRITER •Sometimes,talkingmakesall
the difference. This statement has been
a recurring theme across campus for the past three years, and was further shown during Monday’s mental health “Day of Dialogue.”
IAN WARD ’19 | ONLINE AND PHOTO EDITOR• On Wednesday night, Kwaku Sarpong ’22 was christened as the 2018 Moot Court Winner, after arguing on Saturday, Monday, and Wednesday Evening. Sarpong is from Suffolk, Virginia. He, along with finalist Erich Lange ’19, argued on the side of Johnson, a Seventh Circuit case.