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Wabash On My Mind: Moot Court Finals 2022

This episode features co-winners of the 2022 Moot Court competition, Seth Kirkpatrick ’24 and Liam Buckley ’23 (Episode 329).

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Christmas Festival of Music and Readings

54th Christmas Festival of Music and Readings Set for Dec. 7

Inaugurated at Wabash in 1968, the Christmas Festival alternates music performances, congregational hymns, and Bible readings. It is modeled on the King’s College Festival of Lessons and Carols at Cambridge University, England.

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Derek Allen Jr.

Key Football Players to Return in 2023

With 18 starters returning, the Little Giant football team will go into 2023 a far more experienced and motivated team.

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Coach Kyle Brumett during the NCAC Conference Tournament in 2022.

Wabash On My Mind: Coach Kyle Brumett

This episode features Head Basketball Coach Kyle Brumett discussing the Little Giants squad ahead of the 2022-23 season, on the heels of last year’s appearance in the Final Four (Episode 329).

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Liam Thompson

Thompson Repeats as NCAC Offensive Player of the Year

For the second year in a row, Wabash College quarterback Liam Thompson '24 was named the North Coast Athletic Conference Football Offensive Player of the Year. Thompson joined 11 fellow Little Giant players in earning all-conference honors.

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Jonathan Gonzalez ’24

Works in Progress: Jonathan Gonzalez ’24

Jonathan Gonzalez ’24 remembers the anxiety he felt when he first arrived to campus. With the help of his peers and faculty, Gonzalez was able to overcome adversity and is now focused on helping other first-generation college students succeed at Wabash.

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Moot Court Finalists Jackson Grabill ’24, Seth Kirkpatrick ’24, Jakob Goodwin ’23, and Liam Buckley ’23

Buckley ’23 and Kirkpatrick ’24 Named Top Advocates

In its 29th year, Moot Court has a first—two winners. Liam Buckley ’23, counsel for the petitioners, and Seth Kirkpatrick ’24, counsel for the respondents, were named the top advocates.

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