Tag Archives: Wabash College

The Wabash Men: The Story That’s Writing Itself

I just realized that one of the short stories I’m writing for my MFA thesis actually takes place at Wabash College, which is where I went to undergrad. Isn’t it weird how these things can sneak up on you? Suddenly something just snaps into place in your brain, and the story starts to come together in new ways. It’s exhilarating. […]

The Object of My Prepositions: A Search for Prince Charming

**Assuming lone essays can have dedications, this one is partially for the creators and crew of ABC’s Once Upon a Time but mostly for Justin. Ich liebe dich—immer, ständig. ** In my Indiana childhood, on the edge of the Bible Belt, I invoked a constant, subconscious, and, for some, immoral vigil—always on the lookout for […]

I. Am. Wally.

I recently received an e-mail from my alma mater (Wabash College), asking me to take a survey on the effectiveness of a program called Linking Education and Alumni Development (L.E.A.D.). At the end, I had to write a brief statement as to how I see myself as an alumnus of the college, what my responsibilities […]

Vimeo vs. YouTube

I’ve been signed up with Vimeo for a while now, but I’ve never really done much with it. In a nutshell, it’s YouTube for professionals and semi-professionals. Vimeo doesn’t allow commercials, trailers, or any content to which the uploader doesn’t own the copyright. It’s more policed than YouTube. That means no TV shows or “fanvids.” […]