The Indiana 250 identified the most influential business leaders throughout the state and included seven Wabash alumni, one member of the Board of Trustees, and four others affiliated with the College through honorary degrees or bestowed awards.
With the help of a Wabash alumnus, golfer Brayden 168体育平台下载_足球即时比分-注册|官网iss ’24 worked as a junior golf operations intern this summer for Colorado PGA.
Wabash will create a new week-long residential summer camp, The Liberal Arts at Play: Sports, Society, and Careers, which is geared toward young men who are entering their sophomore and junior years of high school. The camp will show how studying the liberal arts can lead to a range of fun and engaging careers through sports.
After working two summers as an intern, the Crawfordsville native and Wabash junior has been selected to step into the leadership role at the Lane Place.
Wabash College continues to be ranked among the best national liberal arts colleges in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Colleges rankings, cited for overall excellence, value, and social mobility.