Earlham College’s commitment to working with local contractors amid a $60 million investment in its future has been recognized by the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce.
Peace and Global Studies alumni Pacey Foster '90 and Marc Lavine '93, faculty in the Management Department at the University of Massachusetts Boston, have recently helped launch a new doctoral program in Organizations and Social Change.
NerdWallet, a financial literacy website, has included Earlham College on its list of five “favorite” International Studies programs across the country.
Highlighting the College’s unique student body that represents nearly 80 countries, NerdWallet says Earlhamites are distinguished by their knowledge of “what drives and motivates other cultures.”
Randal R. Sadler Stadium was opened in style on March 8 as the Earlham College baseball team picked up a 7-0 victory over Kalamazoo College.
Randy Sadler '73 was on hand to throw out the ceremonial first pitch, to catcher Ryan McCray '14.
Former Earlham College men’s basketball coach Del Harris will be recognized during the 2014 NCAA basketball Final Four weekend for leadership and courage throughout his career. Harris is the recipient of this year’s Coach Wooden “Keys to Life” Award, which is named for the late John Wooden, who won an unprecedented 10 championships in 12 years as coach of the UCLA men’s basketball team.
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