Wabash sports continue to grow in success and national attention.
The latest victor? Freshman wrestler, Riley Lefever, who stormed through an undefeated season and won the NCAA Division III National Title at 184 pounds.
Story on the website here:
Greg Schrage ‘05 is an associate attorney with the law firmof Church Church Hittle & Antrim, in its Noblesville office. His areas of practice include Business Law and Business Litigation. He earned his JD degree at the University of Dayton School of Law.
Brad Williams ’05 was recently promoted to Senior Director, Industiral Recovery at Summit Realty Group in Indianapolis. He specializes in tenant representation and landlord agency services, with a particular focus and knowledge of warehouse distribution facilities and the Indianapolis Northeast submarket.
This all went down in March ’13 but still wanted to share the news a few months late — Congrats Greg and Brad!!
It’s been awhile but we’re back and better than ever. Kicking things off with a link to News & Notes from Wabash to keep everyone up to speed!
In other news, “Wabash College is the only private Indiana College to be named to the Fiske Guide to Colleges “Best Buy” list. Wabash joins 19 other private schools across the nation on the list.”
Wabash College was recently, once again, been rated a “Best Value College” and one of the “Best in the Midwest” by the Princeton Review. We hear about these rankings a few times each year undoubtedly and often remember them being part of our own college decision as high school juniors and seniors. In just a few short months we will be 8 years removed from ’05’s commencement weekends. For the first time in a few years I took a few minutes this morning to read through the actual review. The link is below and here are a few nuggets I enjoyed reading and knowing that Dear Old Wabash is still very much a cut above the rest.
“Weeknights at Wabash are all about academics, while weekends are filled with parties.”
“The school can afford to distribute aid generously. Admissions are based on academic ability, not ability to pay.”
“Students appreciate that Wabash has “the best academic atmosphere of any place that I visited for college” and “the best professors in the nation,” a sentiment aired repeatedly by alumni.”
The whole review can be found here: http://www.wabash.edu/news/docs/wabash_col.pdf
Planning on being in Crawfordsville this Saturday for the 119th Monon Bell game? The word on campus is ticket sales are picking up quickly and are on pace to sell out before the weekend. Of course, there will be plenty of tickets available on the Danny side of the field, but it would be awfully lonely. So for that, and a multitude of other reasons, that choice is highly discouraged.
Tickets are available through the Bookstore website to pick-up at Will Call:
Depauw to Hell.
- buy your tickets here through the Bookstore:
- can’t make it Crawfordsville this year? As usual, there are dozens of telecast parties around the country for you to join alumni from both schools to watch. Find the gathering closest to you here:
thanks to @Chipster on Twitter we have learned that 0h-five’s own David Wagner has been honored with the Wabash College 2012 Alumni Admissions Fellow award – congrats David! David is a steadfast recruiter of high school boys he deems “Wabash-worthy” – spreading the fame one introduction at a time…
Congratulations to Corey who has earned a new position as Associate Attorney at Dinsmore & Stohl LLP in Cincinnati, OH.
Onward and upward!