The Voice of the Conservative Movement at Wabash College

One of the great pleasures of editing a publication at Wabash is receiving letters from alumni. Wabash alums are a special group — more engaged, more interested, and more passionate about their alma mater and the students who currently reside there than, I am convinced, any group of graduates from any other school. [...]

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On my first visit to Wabash College as a high school senior I thought I knew right away the greatness of this place. One thing I was not sure about, however, was the Greek system at this beloved institution. Everyone as they grow up hears stories about what it is like being in [...]

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The transition to college is very difficult for incoming freshmen in more ways than can be counted. To begin, you are separated from your family and friends, living in a new place, eating different food, meeting new people, and to top it all off, you are a student at Wabash College. If you have not [...]

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A few months ago Change came to our country. Anxious Progressives freed the suspected terrorists, plunged our country into massive debt, and elected Perez Hilton as a questioner in the Miss American Pageant. And now, we find ourselves in the midst of a liberal (arts) college. How can a Conservative possibly survive in this type [...]

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I’m going to start this list with the disclaimer that this isn’t all you need to do to be a successful freshman. Hopefullyyou’ve already picked up most of the necessary tips from friends, family, and teachers. These are just a few things that I wish someone would have told me (or, rather, some things I [...]

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As another summer comes to its final days, a new chapter begins at dear old Wabash, and with the gentlemen of 2013 joining this brotherhood, there will no doubt be a few familiar words echoing ‘round the campus. Before long, we all will be able to recite the Gentleman’s Rule while asleep thanks to all [...]

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“It has been said that man is a rational animal. All my life I have been searching for evidence which could support this.”
This quote by the British author and philosopher Bertrand Russell summarizes much of the human condition. We are not generally logical and consistent creatures, and we need look no farther than [...]

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I could not find a job this summer. It was terrible. Countless applications and nothing for it. All three got turned down. Fortunately I have loving parents. When I gave up looking for a job they told me not to worry about it; after all, it was up to them to help me out of [...]

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by Dr. William Turner
Welcome, freshmen, to Wabash College. The school you have chosen to attend is very different from many that your friends from high school are attending. Wabash is much smaller than most colleges and universities, and it maintains a relatively low student-faculty ratio. It is also a college for men, [...]

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You might think that going to college is all about gaining knowledge about things, but it isn’t. You have already picked up some knowledge in high school, and hopefully, your parents, or more probably your friends, have taught you a thing or two. In any case, you can pick up knowledge anywhere and anytime. Knowledge [...]

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