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Earlham had two teams place in the top five of the Michigan Autumn Take Home (MATH) Challenge, a team-oriented math competition. Seventy-one undergraduates from 27 liberal arts colleges and universities across the country participated in this year’s event. READ MORE
Earlham College has once again been recognized as one the nation’s best returns on investment in higher education, according to The Princeton Review, a leading educational services company. READ MORE
More than 100 outdoor educators will visit Earlham College for a three-day student-led conference. Jordan Lehman ’19 and Morgan Bailey ’20 are co-organizers of the 2019 Midwest Outdoor Leadership Conference (MWOLC) taking place across campus on Feb. 15-17. READ MORE
Earlham College has received an anonymous gift of $1 million in memory of Robert F. Southard, a professor of history and Jewish studies, who died in 2007. READ MORE
Hamlet is a challenging role for any actor, but when Jessica is cast in a New York production, it sends her into an existential tailspin. READ MORE
Venture behind-the-scenes to see the hidden treasures in the collection. Special programs throughout the day are led by our students as well as face painting, games and more. READ MORE
Natasha Trethewey is a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and the 19th United States Poet Laureate (2012 - 2014). She is the author of five poetry collections including her most recent work, Monument (2018). READ MORE
Danielle Cozart Steele, adjunct instructor, and Jessica Raposo, IU East assistant professor of music, perform music from the repertoire of famed soprano Nellie Melba. READ MORE
A night of praise and worship as Earlham College welcomes college choirs from the tri-state area to lift their voices with our very own Gospel Revelations Choir. READ MORE
The Joseph Moore Museum hosts an afternoon event of brain teasing, interactive student exhibits designed for you to explore your brain. READ MORE
A celebrated activist, educator and author, Angela Davis, Ph.D., has been deeply involved in movements for social justice around the world. READ MORE