Each week we bring you the best stories from around the Wabash community. From professors and alumni, to coaches, administrators, and current students, the podcast format allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussion about the issues surrounding Wabash College. Verging on inspirational, it’s our job to find, and sometimes uncover, the amazing stories that surface from individuals whose lives have been positively enriched from being at Wabash.
Coaches, Campus, and COVID
Richard Paige sits down with athletics staff leaders of the COVID Action Response and Education team, discussing the form and function of the campus CARE team, how a residential semester worked at Wabash, and why COVID feels like building a plane in mid-flight (Episode 286).
Adam Barnes ’14
Richard Paige sits down with former Lilly and Fulbright scholar Adam Barnes ’14, discussing his options with a liberal arts education, friends he made while teaching English in Spain, and the impact of meaningful mentors and foreign language (Episode 285).
Wabash Football 2020
Richard Paige sits down with football seniors Ike James, Patrick Kelly, and Jacob Page, discussing what it means to play at the collegiate level, what its absence brings to their Wabash experience, and their bittersweet feelings about the new Little Giant Stadium (Episode 284).
Tray Clemons ’21
Richard Paige sits down with student Tray Clemons, class of 2021, discussing his adjustment to Wabash through the Liberal Arts Immersion Program, study abroad experiences in Namibia, and embodying the track team’s mantra, “Nothing Breaks Us” (Episode 283).
Theater: The Race
Richard Paige sits down with members of the cast and crew of the recent virtual Wabash Theater production of The Race, an interactive performance featuring audience participation and provision of content centered around the current presidential election (Episode 282).
Nathan Gray ’20
Richard Paige sits down with one of two students nominated to speak for the class of 2020, Nathan Gray, discussing his Gilman scholarship to Spain, making lifelong friends, and how his classmates have been supported through the crisis (Episode 281).
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