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What McGill ’24 Learned Studying Abroad in Ireland

The Indianapolis native talks about being a scholar in a foreign country, the opportunities to explore a new culture, and what Wabash lessons he leaned on to succeed in the classroom.

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Wabash parent and trustee Jennifer Evans

WM: The Magpie

Evans’ art work stems from what she learned about various cultures and the art and relics that were important to them while she was a folklore major at UC Berkley.

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Coach Rob Johnson (center)

Rob Johnson H’77: ‘A Great Coach and a Great Mentor’

Not only has the former U.S. Olympic coach helped track and cross country leaders grow as coaches at Wabash, but also in their personal lives as men.

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Coach Frank Navarro

Frank and Jill Navarro Family Scholarship Announced

Named for former Wabash Head Football Coach Frank Navarro and his wife, Jill, the scholarship will award $10,000 to six Pell Grant recipients each year.

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Wabash College

Fellowships Abound for Wabash Students

Jacques Boulais ’19, Ian Gale ’22, and Kwaku Sarpong ’22, earned placements in the Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF), while Chase Breaux ’24, Jacob Monninger ’24, and Caleb Peare ’24, received Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to study abroad.

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John Henry Reith ’22

WM Works in Progress: John Henry Reith ’22

John Henry Reith ’22 thought working in health care meant he’d go to medical school and put in years of training to earn a long white coat. 

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Kenny Coleman '22 and Jeremiah Eaton '22

Coleman '22, Eaton '22 Named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars

Recent Wabash College graduates Kenny Coleman ’22 and Jeremiah Eaton ’22 were named 2022 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars by Diverse Issues in 168体育平台下载_足球即时比分-注册|官网er Education magazine.

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