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#33: Celebrating the Value of Liberal Arts Education: Leadership

Wabash On My Mind

Release Date: 12/29/2014

#303: Dr. Julian Whitney show art #303: Dr. Julian Whitney

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Richard Paige sits down with Dr. Julian Whitney, discussing Bronte and video games, balancing academic and personal publication, and some thoughts on cars from a future Ford Mustang owner (Episode 303).

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#302: Coach Josh Hill show art #302: Coach Josh Hill

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Richard Paige sits down with this Wabash’s new head golf coach Josh Hill, discussing his coaching philosophy, creating a culture of confidence, and knowing when to put down playing the game (Episode 302).

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#301: Dr. Jane Hardy show art #301: Dr. Jane Hardy

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Richard Paige sits down with this year’s recipient of the McLain-McTurnan-Arnold Excellence in Teaching Award, professor of Spanish and Modern Languages Dr. Jane Hardy, describing extensive reading as a method for learning a language, her research on immersion learning, and a feeling of gratitude (Episode 301).

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#300: The Jakes of 2023: End of Year Two show art #300: The Jakes of 2023: End of Year Two

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Richard Paige sits down with three Jakes of the sophomore class of 2023 at the conclusion of their year after COVID. The three Jakes reflect on what they learned in their second year at Wabash, discuss the oddities of the classroom during a pandemic, and run through their newest hobbies (Episode 300).

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#299: Tyler Watson ’22 show art #299: Tyler Watson ’22

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Richard Paige sits down with Tyler Watson, Wabash class of 2022 and member of the COVID Action Response and Education team, discussing resilience in the Wabash man, choosing Wabash for basketball, and finding the balance between student and administration perspectives (Episode 299).

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#298: Bryce Looze ’21 show art #298: Bryce Looze ’21

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Richard Paige sits down with Bryce Looze, Wabash class of 2021 and founder of a campus eSports league throughout the year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Bryce discusses the challenges overcome to establish an eSports presence on campus, managing tournament players’ opinions, and how his Wabash education assisted his formation of regular weekly events during a time when most campus events were virtual (Episode 298).

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#297: Commencement Speakers 2021 show art #297: Commencement Speakers 2021

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Richard Paige sits down with the commencement speakers for the Class of 2021, discussing belonging at Wabash, favorite experiences on campus, and how far along they are with their upcoming speeches (Episode 297).

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#296: Democracy and Public Discourse 2021 show art #296: Democracy and Public Discourse 2021

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Richard Paige sits down with members of the Wabash Democracy and Public Discourse initiative, Davionne Garrett and Noah Miller, discussing the transferability of deliberation skills, building a consensus, and remaining impartial (Episode 296).

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#295: Dr. Dave Tell show art #295: Dr. Dave Tell

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Richard Paige sits down with this year’s presenter of the annual Brigance Forum Lecture, Dr. Dave Tell, discussing the impact of Emmett Till on the Civil Rights Movement, speaking as a guest at Wabash, and the cultural importance of storytelling (Episode 295).

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#294: A History of sh'OUT show art #294: A History of sh'OUT

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Richard Paige sits down with a panel of guests involved in the inception, advocacy, and continuation of the campus gay-straight alliance at Wabash, sh’OUT: professor Warren Rosenberg, Randall Cole ’92, Marc Nichols ’92, and Zachary McKinney ’22 (Episode 294).

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The first panel in the Celebrating the Value of Liberal Arts Education series addresses the question: How did the liberal arts benefit each panelist's development of leadership skills?

Panel Chair: Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, President of Mills College
Panelists: Stephen L. Ferguson, Chairman of Cook Group Incorporated; Lee Hamilton, Director of the Center on Congress at Indiana University and Former United States Congressman; and Gregory Hess, President of Wabash College. (Episode 33)