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Natalie Blatz '19

Hometown: Buffalo, New York
Major: Biochemistry
Internships: Canon Stroke and Vascular Research Center, Buffalo; Runnels Chiropractic, Richmond
Off-Campus Study: Peru
On-Campus Leadership: Earlham Student Government, Health Club, Residence Life Hall Director
Athletics: Field Hockey

“Looking back on it all, I've done so much. It was definitely a combination of ambition, late nights, and the support I got from the Earlham community.”

Eleanor Batista-Malat '19

Hometown: Cincinnati
Major: Psychology
Internship: Exodus Refugee Immigration, Indianapolis
Scholarship: Bonner program
Service: Adult Dare Care, Richmond, Indiana
Off-Campus Study: Border Studies (Mexico, United States)
On-Campus Leadership: Dance Alloy

“My friends on campus have really helped me find a better, happier version of me where I know what I want and how I can contribute to the world.”


Sandra Kluivers '18

Home Country: Netherlands
Major: International Studies
Research: Female entrepreneurs, Nepal; race relations, Brazil
Collaboration: Member of i4Inclusion, a social media campaign established at Earlham to combat fake news and violent extremism online
On-Campus Leadership: Convener, Earlham College Model United Nations

“Earlham is a source for unconditional love and lifelong friendships for me. It's a community that's inspired me to strive for more and bring meaningful change to the world.”


Jon Abdulloev '18

Hometown: Khujand, Tajikistan
Major: Computer Science
Internships: Lessonly, Home Advisor (Angie's List)
Entrepreneurship: Nada Bot

“Before I came to Earlham, I thought I had to go to the Silicon Valley to start a career in technology. Earlham provided opportunities to connect with the tech boom happening right here in the midwest!”

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