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February 07, 2018
Bean Voyage, a non-profit social enterprise founded by young Earlham College graduates, has won the Grand Prize in the Facebook Social Entrepreneurship Award. This international competition for companies dedicated to the social good co-sponsored by the charity, One Young World.
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded funding to Earlham College’s Joseph Moore Museum to begin a long-term preservation project of the Egyptian mummy in its collection. READ MORE
Being a man of his word is important to Charles Davis ’18, and that trait helped him to be named Volunteer of the Year by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Wayne County. Davis, who grew up in Chicago’s foster care system, says he knows from experience how kids need someone they can trust and depend on. READ MORE
Landrum Bolling, the president of Earlham College from 1958-73, died on Wednesday, Jan. 17. He was 104. A world-renowned scholar on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict who tirelessly sought for peace in the Middle East, Bolling transformed Earlham into a national and international institution. READ MORE
Earlham College’s commitment to making an exceptional liberal arts education affordable for students and their families is recognized in The Princeton Review’s “Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Schools That Give You the Best Bang for Your Tuition Buck.” READ MORE
Carol Anderson is an American Academic and Charles Howard Candler Professor of African American Studies and Chair of the Department of African American Studies at Emory University. READ MORE
Hayashiya engages audiences with an energetic mix of two traditional Japanese arts: Rakugo, the art of storytelling, and Kamikiri, the art of paper cutting. READ MORE
Timothy Snyder is an American author, historian and academic specializing in the history of Central and Eastern Europe, and the Holocaust. READ MORE
Venture behind-the-scenes to see the hidden treasures in the collection, dating back more than 100 years READ MORE
A former undocumented immigrant, current political commentator, speaker and author of My (Underground) American Dream, shares her story of success on Wall Street and the issues with the U.S. immigration system. READ MORE
In the Mix, you’ll hear some of the greatest jazz standards of all time with fresh takes on the classics. Heartland Sings’ high energy and originality paired with Earlham Concert Choir, makes for a memorable concert experience. READ MORE