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.

Coach Johnson spent 37 seasons in charge of the Wabash harriers.   A native of Englewood, New Jersey, Johnson was a track and football standout in high school and later attended the University of Idaho, where he graduated in 1965. Johnson was the 1962 Northwest AAU champion in the 440 and was a finalist at the 1963 NCAA Championships in the 220. He earned his master's in education from Purdue in 1974. (Episode 10)

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Lexie Hoerl joined the Wabash faculty in 2009. Her primary responsibility is to teach political theory, but she also teaches courses in American government.  She has involved Wabash students in her own research and supervised them as they conduct their own. Hoerl enjoys being an active participant in Wabash campus life and can be seen at plays, concerts, guest lectures and sporting events of all sorts.  Hoerl also serves as faculty sponsor of the Cigar and Pipe Club and Wabash's chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society. (Episode 9)

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#8: Jamie Watson

Retiring Associate Director of Admissions Jamie Watson sits down with Wabash College Archivist Beth Swift for a fascinating conversation ranging from her history as an actress to the life of a woman on the Wabash campus. (Episode 8)

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Warren Rosenberg came to Wabash College in 1980. He teaches courses in American literature, film, gender and men’s studies, and ethnic American literature, specifically African American and Jewish literatures. He has published articles on Herman Melville, Henry James, Toni Morrison, and Michael Chabon, among others. (Episode 7)

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Prof. Blix, ’70, has been teaching at Wabash since 1996. (Previously he did a few warm-up stints at the College in the early 1990s). At one time or another, he’s taught most courses in the department, but he principally teaches world religions. (Episode 6)

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