In the study of antiquity, slavery is a dark yet unavoidable component. Keith Bradley, Eli J. and Helen Shaheen Professor Emeritus of Classics at the University of Notre Dame, emphasized that at this year’s John F. Charles Lecture.
Freshmen traveled to Eagle Creek Reservoir “to enrich their intellectual exploration of Homer’s Odyssey by learning how to row," and their teacher was an Olympic athlete.
The innovative Wabash Democracy and Public Discourse initiative opens with a keynote address from acclaimed attorney David E. Kendall '66.
During the academic year, each Tuesday morning that classes are in session a brief Christian service is held in Tuttle Chapel, second floor of Center Hall. It runs from 9:25 a.m. until roughly 9:35 or 9:40. All are welcome.
Meet & Greet - 6 p.m.; Introductions & two Debates 7-9 p.m.
Candidates for US Representative District 4—both Wabash graduates: John Dale ’83 (Democrat) and Todd Rokita’92 (Republican)
Candidates for Indiana Senate District: Philip Boots’69 (Republican) and Bob Burkett (Democrat)
Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, League of Women Voters, and Business and Professional Women. Refreshments provided.
Wabash offers its students superb educational development, small, personalized classes, world-class facilities, and the nation's most engaging and accessible professors. As President Pat White likes to say, "We take young men who do not know how good they are and shine a light on their best ambition and best possibilities of themselves. And they say, 'I can do that, I can accomplish that, I can be that.' Wabash challenges young men to take their lives seriously."