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May 08, 2018Curious about what Earlhamites do after graduation? See examples from the Class of 2018.
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May 04, 2018Four Earlham students won $10,000 grants for summer peace projects in South Korea, Nepal and Richmond.
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May 02, 2018Five Earlhamites have advanced to compete at the Health Occupations Students of America’s (HOSA) National Leadership Conference in Texas in just their first year of competition.
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May 01, 2018Earlhamites swept the 2018 Indiana Chinese Language Competition held earlier this month at the Confucius Institute at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
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April 19, 2018Sonia Norton ’18 is the latest Earlhamite to be selected as a Fulbright Scholar as part of the United States’ flagship government exchange program. The Politics major from Los Angeles will serve as an English Teaching Assistant in India during the 2018-19 academic year. Fulbright recipients receive three weeks of teaching and language training and are paid a stipend to cover living expenses for the year.
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April 16, 2018A major new college completion initiative at Earlham College this year is keeping students in the classroom who otherwise may be at risk of dropping out for financial reasons.
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April 10, 2018Six Environmental Studies seniors — Eli Ramthun, Andy Landy, Malia Staab, Tommy Murphy, Leila Jakobson and Ziqi Wang — have launched a public fundraising campaign and master planning process at Richmond’s Middlefork Reservoir.
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April 09, 2018When Damián A. Almiron Bonnin ’10 was a young child dreaming of becoming a doctor and helping people, he probably had no idea that he would be leading research that may improve the survival rates of patients with certain brain tumors.
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April 09, 2018As winner of the Earlham Prize for Creative Capitalism, Mashinani Farmers Initiative will partner with small-scale farmers in Kenya to address poor farm yields and a shortage of food.
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March 15, 2018Earlham Professor of Biology John Iverson has joined hundreds of biologists from around the world in opposing a proposal to radically overhaul the way in which animals and plants are named and defined.
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