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May 19, 2017

Underdogs No More

The Quakers baseball team accomplished something no team in Earlham athletics history had on May 18 as EC opened the NCAA Division III Mideast Regional Tournament with a 6-2 win over the College of Wooster at Washington, Pennsylvania.

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$7.5M Gift to Launch Funded Internships and Research Experiences for All Students

Powered by a $7.5 million leadership gift from Alan ’74 and Peg Kral Scantland ’74, Earlham College is launching The EPIC Advantage, a new commitment to fund student-faculty research projects and internships for all of its students. READ MORE

From biochemistry to opera, grad embraced wide-ranging opportunities

While Eric Nicholson ’17 has thrived as a Biochemistry major, many of his most memorable Earlham experiences have taken him far from the laboratory and classroom. READ MORE

Methane Hub's alternative energy solution for Haiti takes 1st at Earlham business plan competition

A process for developing an alternative energy solution that can lessen the effects of indoor air pollution in Haiti has earned four Earlhamites $22,500 in start-up capital and office space to jump start a new business venture. READ MORE

Earlhamites' senior project results in funding, vision for first-of-its-kind Richmond playground

A team of Environmental Studies majors at Earlham is bringing their vision to life for a first-of-its-kind playground for Wayne County youth. READ MORE

'81 alumnus to chair Mexican embassy in Greece

Mexican lawmakers have appointed Daniel Hernandez ’81 as ambassador to Greece, Cyprus and Moldova, continuing his storied career in international relations. READ MORE

National grant to support development of medical humanities program

Faculty at Earlham College have secured new funding to strengthen a signature program for students pursuing medical school or allied health fields. READ MORE