Best wabash podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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A long-held tradition at Wabash College, Chapel Talks are convened throughout the school year, inviting a member of our community to speak their thoughts on current matters within and outside these classic halls. Join us every Thursday for current or archived talks, as we cherish and advance the honored name of our college.
 
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Wabash On My Mind
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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.
 
Weekly Sermons from Wabash Friends ChurchVisit www.wabashfriends.org for more info!
 
Podcasts from Wabash Friends Church, where our goal is to gather as a grace filled community, grow intentionally, being transformed by Christ and others, and to go everywhere, making followers of Jesus Christ.
 
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Desire to Know the Word, Live the Word, & Spread the Word as disciples of the Living Word, Jesus Christ.
 
Bachelor Creek is a non-denomenational Christian church located in Wabash, IN. Our vision is to glorify God through changed lives and we do that by seeking the lost, sharing in community, and serving the world.
 
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1130 The Fan
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Leading the way in telling the best stories in Wabash Valley Sports! Our feed will be filled with interviews and other special programming by our station!
 
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The Purdue All American Marching Band (AAMB) performs at the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 (Indy 500) this Sunday. It marks the 99th year the band has participated. WBAA's John Clare spoke with the band's director, Jay Gephart about the tradition. There's more about the race here . The AAMB is scheduled: 102nd Running of the Indianapoli ...…
 
WBAA's John Clare recently spoke with the Wabash Valley Youth Symphony 's guest soloists Lily Kostraba , violin and David Kim , cello performing in the next WVYS concert, Sunday evening at 7 at the Long Center for the Performing Arts. The program includes Mozart's Don Giovanni Overture , Vieuxtemps's Violin Concerto No. 4 , Shostakovich's Cello ...…
 
Carson Mara brings you DePauw vs Wabash baseball from 4-29-18.
 
Week 163 Spotlight On…. With Eric Buscemi :29 Fireball Island talk with JR Honeycutt of Restoration Games The Board Game Challenge with Denman Scofield 11:29 The Thing With That Is 31:10 Burgle Bros The Over the Hillier Gamer, Patrick Hillier 35:29 Paramedics: Clear! - Smirk & Dagger Exit: The Secret Lab Cribbage Pandemic Legacy: Season 2 Roll ...…
 
This week speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Dr. Andrew Klein, with his talk titled: “Chivalry Isn't Dead; It's the Zombified Corpse of a Frankenstein's-Creation Kind of Idea that Never Really Breathed Its First” Episode 50 - Original Speech Date: Mar. 29, 2018
 
Welcome back! This week:-Weekly recap-10:21 #Metoo-39:14 Know your worth-40:46 CMPMOTW: The Quency Jones interviews (..yes, those)Shout Out:Stake 48615 N Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60611##iTunes: Subscribe, rate and review us!Soundcloud: Like, comment, and share!Find us:Instagram and Twitter: @abbpodcast #abbpodcastPatreon: www.patreon.com/abbpodcast…
 
It's DePauw v Wabash basketball with Tate Stone and Shawn Haugh on the call, from 1-17-18!
 
In this second part of the podcast Profs. Westfield and Lockhart-Gilroy go deeper in their discussion of embodied teaching and learning, utilizing womanist epistemologies. Critical race theory provides a framework for understanding the dynamics of race in the classroom. They describe their classrooms as multisensory—honoring the whole selves in ...…
 
Womanist pedagogies is a way of teaching that connects stories and bodies and lived experience in the classroom. In part one of this podcast, I talk with Dr. Nancy Lynne Westfield and Dr. Annie Lockhart-Gilroy of Drew University Theology School about the origins of womanist pedagogies—the forebearers and the definition—and the practices in the ...…
 
This week, Rich speaks with Russ Harbaugh ’06 after the world premiere of his film Love After Love at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. Russ describes the process of securing distribution for his film, reminiscences about his time as quarterback for the Little Giants, and describes writing as a form of therapy (Episode 172).…
 
Curiocity Ep. 003: Mark Shreve Hi! I’m Sky King, host of Curiocity, an Indianapolis-based podcast. Our aim is to understand and deconstruct this curious city’s culture creators and their creations. Today we are blessed to have Mark Shreve, one hell of a host, talented chef and food entrepreneur. Some facts He comes from a family with a strong t ...…
 
This week speaking in Pioneer Chapel are members of the Little Giant Football Team and Head Coach Don Morel, for the annual Monon Bell Chapel. Episode 36 - Original Speech Date: Nov. 9, 2017
 
The Wabash head football coach talks about losing the Monon Bell for the first time in seven years and the greatness of the Wabash-DePauw rivalry.
 
Hi! I’m Sky King, host of CurioCity, an Indianapolis-based podcast. Our aim is to understand and deconstruct this curious city’s culture creators and their creations. Today we are blessed to have David Waldman, co-founder of Triton Brewing Co. Some facts Triton started operations in 2010 and opened to the public in 2011, and have been operating ...…
 
This week, Rich sits down with Matt Weedman, assistant professor of art, discussing how he approaches motivation in his students, the value of organization and lists, and recognizing wonder in the classroom (Episode 168).
 
This week, Rich sits down with A. Peter Bailey, discussing his experiences in the Civil Rights Movement, his friendship with Malcolm X, and the Black Culture and Arts (Episode 167).
 
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