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England's great Gladstone truthfully says, "That the man who does not worthily estimate his own dead forefathers will himself do very little to add credit or honor to his country.
Strong participation sends a clear message to our students that those who came before them place a high value on the Wabash living and learning experience and are willing to invest in the College.
Alumni and friends who are generous and in their annual support expand Wabash’s great philanthropic tradition.
Source IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE [UK 2 DVD SET B/W & COLOUR. Joan Crawford Biog./Gallery LINDA DARNELL(1923-65) Naive, darkly sensual star of Forever Amber and The Mark of Zorro. Marley and was ready to drop her career to order to marry Hughes. BETTE DAVIS(1908-89) Fiery Warner Brothers actress and two-time Oscar winner, she shared a summer of Malibu idylls with Hughes until her husband, and a private eye, caught them together.
] HOWARD HUGHES DOCU DVD - MORE SCANS OF THE DVD THAN ANYWHERE Howard Hughes vintage photographs and more @ (direct link to photographs) - just checked and a bigger selection than i have seen everywhere else JOAN CRAWFORD(1906-77) Though she was married, Hughes still pursued her. The former flapper (who came to Hollywood after winning a Charleston contest) was famed for portraying strong, aggressive roles (like her Oscar-winning Mildred Pierce of 1945) and for her parenting skills, or lack thereof, according to her author-daughter Christina in the biographical Mommie Dearest (1978)...
Mark Williams (Kansas and New College 1973), Sean Day (South Africa and Oriel 1974) and Ralph Smith (Alabama and Corpus Christi 1973) serving together in Birmingham on District 7 Scholarship Selection Committee Township student named Rhodes Scholar; on way to Oxford Read more: Hudson Reporter - Highest honor in academia Township student named Rhodes Scholar on way to Oxford Joseph Passantino Hudson Reporter December 22, 2013 Despite making a point most Americans already know, "Inequality" takes an unflinching look at the country's growing gap between the nation's wealthiest and the working class. MCCORVEYFast Company August 5, 2013 Jason Lewis Los Angeles Sentinel September 27, 2012Word Theatre’s Storytales: Featuring celebrities performing stories from acclaimed African-American author John Edgar Wideman’s literary anthology ‘Briefs’ Word Theatre will present “Storytales,” a special one night production at the Ford Amphitheatre on Saturday, October 6, 2012 at p.m.