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Farm Day

Join the Miller Farm family out at the farm for our first farm day of April. Just because spring refuses to come, doesn’t mean we’ll wait on working. Amongst many tasks, we will be pulling out sweet honey suckles and planting more Pawpaws. Rain of shine, it’ll be a blast. When; Saturday, April 14th, @ 12 p.m. Where: Miller Farm (out by the apartments and horse barn). Also feel free to stop by our Farm Meetings held every Thursday at Rose City at 12 p.m. Questions or concerns? Find us on Facebook, Instagram (@_millerfarm_) or email Production Manager <mpanic16@earlham.edu> or Farm Director <nobleto@earlham.edu>.


Peace Corps Recruiter on Campus 4/20 at Noon in the CoLab

Our regional Peace Corps recruiter, Andrea Tiller, will be on campus on Friday, April 20th. She will offer an open session on Peace Corps at 12-12:50 p.m. in the CoLab, and a light lunch will be served. Come learn about applying to, serving in, and the benefits of returning from, the toughest job you'll ever love. For more information, contact Earlham's Director of Peace Corps Prep (and returned Peace Corps Volunteer), Jennifer Seely (seelyje).


College Meeting for Worship

Cyrus Buckman, senior biochemistry major, will speak on “Amazing Grace Will Lead Me Home” at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, April 22nd, at Stout Meetinghouse. Childcare provided. All are welcome.


Earlham College Cabaret Club

Come to the first performance of Earlham's Cabaret Club. Our program includes songs from both classic and new musicals, and we have duets, solos, trios and groups. Come for an hour of musical fun, tears and memories. When: Sunday, April 22nd, at 6:30 p.m. in the McDaniel Theater. Free admission.


Student Search and Interview Committee Application Due This Friday

The Student Search and Interview Committee (SSIC) is looking for new members for the upcoming school year. SSIC functions as one-third of the decision making process in hiring full time tenure track faculty members. We interview candidates during lunch (or breakfast), and come to consensus with the faculty, search committee, and academic dean as to which candidate to hire. SSIC is a unique and important opportunity to help shape and change Earlham, and we are looking for new members for next year as some of us will be graduating. If you are interested in joining this standing committee, please fill out the link below by the end of the day Friday, April 20th. <https://goo.gl/forms/sEmHZ8uZNUMKC90h1> Questions, comments, or concerns? Contact Olivia Honigman (orhonig13) or Emma Turcotte (esturco14).


Faculty Forum

For the last Faculty Forum of the year, Shena McAuliffe (Creative Writing) and Jen Cardinal (Anthropology) will discuss their overlapping interest in stories of place and space, including their emerging collaboration that considers stories of Richmond. Faculty Forum meets on Friday, April 20th, at 4:00 p.m. in the Richmond Room. We hope to see you there.


ESG Bonfire

Come to the ESG bonfire on Friday, April 20th, from 9 - 10:30 p.m. on Comstock Field. Enjoy some S'mores, stargazing and a warm fire. We hope to see you there, and remember to bring blankets to stay warm.


MRC Destress Study Break

Come join us from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 22nd, at Multicultural Resource Center (previously known as Orchard Room) for a destress study break. We will have letter writing, coloring, rainbow scratch papers, music, essential oils, board games and snacks. See you there.


Second to Last Farm Day

As the semester comes to end, farm days become limited. This is our second to last Farm Day so you don’t want to miss out. Farm Day is a great way to engage with the earlham community. Everyone is welcome, no matter your experience. Tasks for this weekend include; Hugelkultur maintenance, planting of shrubs, honeysuckle picking and much more. Of course there will be delicious food for all. When; Saturday, April 21st, @ 12 p.m. Where: Miller Farm (out by the apartments and horse barn). Also feel free to stop by our Farm Meetings held every Thursday at Rose City at 12 p.m. Questions or concerns? Find us on Facebook, Instagram (@_millerfarm_) or email Production Manager <mpanic16@earlham.edu> or Farm Director <nobleto@earlham.edu>.


Got Points? Want Candy?

Those students who are interested in placing a bulk order for candy to use up Meal Plan Points, please fill out a form at Café 1847 or Intermetzo, or email Stephanie Kearns at <kearnst@earlham.edu>. The last candy order for the semester will be placed Saturday, April 21st. Other snacks and drink orders may still be available.


Open House Brent Smith Retirement

Brent Smith will retire this spring after 37 years of service to Earlham. We will host a retirement reception on Friday, April 27th, from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the CST lobby. Remarks will start at 4:15 p.m. Please join us to celebrate all his accomplishments and contributions to our community.


Bagel Shabbat Dinner

Join Jewish Student Life at JCC (the house next to Needler's) for an extra special Shabbat dinner. Enjoy real bagels, cream cheese, and more for dinner at 6 p.m. this Friday, April 20th.


Earth Day: Plant Trees

We will be planting trees on Saturday, April 21st, from 1:30-5:30 p.m. Please meet in the parking lot by Sadler Baseball Stadium. All are welcome to help the environment. Come when you can, leave when you have to. There will be snacks, but we ask that you bring your own water bottle. Questions? Contact Eric Nicholson <esnicho13@earlham.edu> or see event page <https://www.facebook.com/events/146986039474867/> This will be one of the last chances to plant trees, come out and help.


Earlham College Walkout (In Memoriam of Columbine)

On April 20th, the anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, students will walk out of class and protest at 10 a.m. Together, we will send a message that we won’t tolerate any more inaction on this issue. Please join your fellow Earlham and Richmond community members as we walk out of class to protest gun violence and advocate for gun control in America. In honor of the lives lost during the Columbine massacre, we will meet in Stout Meetinghouse for 15 minutes of silence. Afterward, Emma Turcotte will give a brief review of what happened at Columbine, name some major events that have occurred since, and share ways in which you can be a part of this important movement. Questions, comments and concerns? Contact <esturco14@earlham.edu>.


Bradford Woods Representatives on Campus

Bradford Woods (IU) provides summer camps, environmental education, weekend retreats, recreation therapy, teambuilding and challenge courses in central Indiana. Representatives will be on campus this Friday, April 20th, to share summer employment and internship opportunities. Please stop by the information table in Runyan 12 - 1 p.m., and/or contact Andy Clifford <cliffan@earlham.edu> if you would like to join the Outdoor Trip Leadership class to see a presentation on what Bradford Woods has to offer (2:30-3:15 p.m. in CST 103).


Fulbright Fellowship Info Session

Sophomores and juniors considering research or teaching in another country after graduation should attend the Fulbright Info Session on Monday, April 23rd, at Noon in the CoLab. The Fulbright Grant provides funding for graduates who wish to study or perform research in one of over 135 countries overseas at the post-baccalaureate level. Government-sponsored teaching assistantships are also possible. Applications for this competitive fellowship are due early in your senior year, so it's important to begin thinking about your application now. For more information about the Fulbright, contact Earlham's faculty liaison, Elana Passman.


NadaBot E is Now Available on App Store

There are lots of events happening on Earlham's campus. NadaBot E helps you discover and share activities happening around you with your friends. Check out NadaBot E on the AppStore: <https://www.nadachatbot.com>.


Open Mic for Your Written Work

Please join The Crucible and The Poetry Club this Friday, April 20th, at Rose City for an open mic night at 7:30 p.m. This is an opportunity to read aloud pieces of your poetry, spoken word, prose, and artist statements, as well as to watch and show support to your peers. There will be pizza rolls and drinks. You can also grab a copy of this year's long-awaited edition of The Crucible magazine. All are welcome.


Graduation Cap Decorating for the Senior Class

Calling all seniors. This Sunday, join the Student Activities Board in the Dowd Loft (upstairs loft of May Crossen) at 7 p.m. to decorate graduation caps. We'll be breaking out the glitter and hot glue guns to decorate to your hearts desire. A plethora of supplies will be provided, so please bring yourself and don't forget your caps.


Gaza Unlocked: Hearing in the Heartland

We often don't get the chance to hear what it's like for Palestinians living under the Israeli blockade in Gaza. This is an opportunity to gather and listen to Palestinian artists, scholars and writers inform us, elected officials and community leaders of their living conditions. It is free and open to the public on Saturday, April 21st, at 1 p.m. in the Indianapolis Central Library. We will be there all day long for the To Gaza with Love Dinner and Celebration. SPJP has organized transportation for this. If you are only going to the first event, transportation will not be provided. More info: contact <amomer17@earlham.edu>, <amfreeb16@earlham.edu>, <awkrame15@earlham.edu>, <edanie16@earlham.edu>, <kjmusho16@earlham.edu>, <lpalmo16@earlham.edu>, <millela1@earlham.edu>, <mgbenne16@earlham.edu>, <mnoure15@earlham.edu>, or <yabarho17@earlham.edu>.


Farm Day

Join the Miller Farm family out at the farm for our first farm day of April. Just because spring refuses to come, doesn’t mean we’ll wait on working. Amongst many tasks, we will be pulling out sweet honey suckles and planting more Pawpaws. Rain of shine, it’ll be a blast. When; Saturday, April 14th, @ 12 p.m. Where: Miller Farm (out by the apartments and horse barn). Also feel free to stop by our Farm Meetings held every Thursday at Rose City at 12 p.m. Questions or concerns? Find us on Facebook, Instagram (@_millerfarm_) or email Production Manager <mpanic16@earlham.edu> or Farm Director <nobleto@earlham.edu>.


Peace Corps Recruiter on Campus 4/20 at Noon in the CoLab

Our regional Peace Corps recruiter, Andrea Tiller, will be on campus on Friday, April 20th. She will offer an open session on Peace Corps at 12-12:50 p.m. in the CoLab, and a light lunch will be served. Come learn about applying to, serving in, and the benefits of returning from, the toughest job you'll ever love. For more information, contact Earlham's Director of Peace Corps Prep (and returned Peace Corps Volunteer), Jennifer Seely (seelyje).


College Meeting for Worship

Cyrus Buckman, senior biochemistry major, will speak on “Amazing Grace Will Lead Me Home” at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, April 22nd, at Stout Meetinghouse. Childcare provided. All are welcome.


Earlham College Cabaret Club

Come to the first performance of Earlham's Cabaret Club. Our program includes songs from both classic and new musicals, and we have duets, solos, trios and groups. Come for an hour of musical fun, tears and memories. When: Sunday, April 22nd, at 6:30 p.m. in the McDaniel Theater. Free admission.


Student Search and Interview Committee Application Due This Friday

The Student Search and Interview Committee (SSIC) is looking for new members for the upcoming school year. SSIC functions as one-third of the decision making process in hiring full time tenure track faculty members. We interview candidates during lunch (or breakfast), and come to consensus with the faculty, search committee, and academic dean as to which candidate to hire. SSIC is a unique and important opportunity to help shape and change Earlham, and we are looking for new members for next year as some of us will be graduating. If you are interested in joining this standing committee, please fill out the link below by the end of the day Friday, April 20th. <https://goo.gl/forms/sEmHZ8uZNUMKC90h1> Questions, comments, or concerns? Contact Olivia Honigman (orhonig13) or Emma Turcotte (esturco14).


Faculty Forum

For the last Faculty Forum of the year, Shena McAuliffe (Creative Writing) and Jen Cardinal (Anthropology) will discuss their overlapping interest in stories of place and space, including their emerging collaboration that considers stories of Richmond. Faculty Forum meets on Friday, April 20th, at 4:00 p.m. in the Richmond Room. We hope to see you there.


ESG Bonfire

Come to the ESG bonfire on Friday, April 20th, from 9 - 10:30 p.m. on Comstock Field. Enjoy some S'mores, stargazing and a warm fire. We hope to see you there, and remember to bring blankets to stay warm.


MRC Destress Study Break

Come join us from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 22nd, at Multicultural Resource Center (previously known as Orchard Room) for a destress study break. We will have letter writing, coloring, rainbow scratch papers, music, essential oils, board games and snacks. See you there.


Second to Last Farm Day

As the semester comes to end, farm days become limited. This is our second to last Farm Day so you don’t want to miss out. Farm Day is a great way to engage with the earlham community. Everyone is welcome, no matter your experience. Tasks for this weekend include; Hugelkultur maintenance, planting of shrubs, honeysuckle picking and much more. Of course there will be delicious food for all. When; Saturday, April 21st, @ 12 p.m. Where: Miller Farm (out by the apartments and horse barn). Also feel free to stop by our Farm Meetings held every Thursday at Rose City at 12 p.m. Questions or concerns? Find us on Facebook, Instagram (@_millerfarm_) or email Production Manager <mpanic16@earlham.edu> or Farm Director <nobleto@earlham.edu>.


Knowledge Café on the LGBTQIA+ Student Experience

There will be a Knowledge Café on Monday, April 23rd, at 4:30 p.m. in the Multicultural Resource Center (formerly Orchard) discussing the LGBTQIA+ student experience at Earlham. Please come and share how Earlham can support and improve your experience. Snacks will be provided. For any questions, contact Abhay Chaudhary <achaud16@earlham.edu> or Ila Beinart <iebeina16@earlham.edu>.


Got Points? Want Candy?

Those students who are interested in placing a bulk order for candy to use up Meal Plan Points, please fill out a form at Café 1847 or Intermetzo, or email Stephanie Kearns at <kearnst@earlham.edu>. The last candy order for the semester will be placed Saturday, April 21st. Other snacks and drink orders may still be available.


Open House Brent Smith Retirement

Brent Smith will retire this spring after 37 years of service to Earlham. We will host a retirement reception on Friday, April 27th, from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the CST lobby. Remarks will start at 4:15 p.m. Please join us to celebrate all his accomplishments and contributions to our community.


Bagel Shabbat Dinner

Join Jewish Student Life at JCC (the house next to Needler's) for an extra special Shabbat dinner. Enjoy real bagels, cream cheese, and more for dinner at 6 p.m. this Friday, April 20th.


EPIC Expo - Feedback Requested

Thank you to everyone who participated in and helped to make the 2018 EPIC Expo a success. We invite you to fill out a short survey to give feedback to the EPIC Expo Planning Committee. Your responses will help to make future EPIC Expos even better. You can find the survey at http://earlham.edu/epic-expo/. The survey will remain open until Wednesday, April 25th. Questions? Contact Corey Fritz (fritzco@earlham.edu) or Marya Bower (bowerma@earlham.edu).


Earth Day: Plant Trees

We will be planting trees on Saturday, April 21st, from 1:30-5:30 p.m. Please meet in the parking lot by Sadler Baseball Stadium. All are welcome to help the environment. Come when you can, leave when you have to. There will be snacks, but we ask that you bring your own water bottle. Questions? Contact Eric Nicholson <esnicho13@earlham.edu> or see event page <https://www.facebook.com/events/146986039474867/> This will be one of the last chances to plant trees, come out and help.


Earlham College Walkout (In Memoriam of Columbine)

On April 20th, the anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, students will walk out of class and protest at 10 a.m. Together, we will send a message that we won’t tolerate any more inaction on this issue. Please join your fellow Earlham and Richmond community members as we walk out of class to protest gun violence and advocate for gun control in America. In honor of the lives lost during the Columbine massacre, we will meet in Stout Meetinghouse for 15 minutes of silence. Afterward, Emma Turcotte will give a brief review of what happened at Columbine, name some major events that have occurred since, and share ways in which you can be a part of this important movement. Questions, comments and concerns? Contact <esturco14@earlham.edu>.


Bradford Woods Representatives on Campus

Bradford Woods (IU) provides summer camps, environmental education, weekend retreats, recreation therapy, teambuilding and challenge courses in central Indiana. Representatives will be on campus this Friday, April 20th, to share summer employment and internship opportunities. Please stop by the information table in Runyan 12 - 1 p.m., and/or contact Andy Clifford <cliffan@earlham.edu> if you would like to join the Outdoor Trip Leadership class to see a presentation on what Bradford Woods has to offer (2:30-3:15 p.m. in CST 103).


Fulbright Fellowship Info Session

Sophomores and juniors considering research or teaching in another country after graduation should attend the Fulbright Info Session on Monday, April 23rd, at Noon in the CoLab. The Fulbright Grant provides funding for graduates who wish to study or perform research in one of over 135 countries overseas at the post-baccalaureate level. Government-sponsored teaching assistantships are also possible. Applications for this competitive fellowship are due early in your senior year, so it's important to begin thinking about your application now. For more information about the Fulbright, contact Earlham's faculty liaison, Elana Passman.


NadaBot E is Now Available on App Store

There are lots of events happening on Earlham's campus. NadaBot E helps you discover and share activities happening around you with your friends. Check out NadaBot E on the AppStore: <https://www.nadachatbot.com>.


Open Mic for Your Written Work

Please join The Crucible and The Poetry Club this Friday, April 20th, at Rose City for an open mic night at 7:30 p.m. This is an opportunity to read aloud pieces of your poetry, spoken word, prose, and artist statements, as well as to watch and show support to your peers. There will be pizza rolls and drinks. You can also grab a copy of this year's long-awaited edition of The Crucible magazine. All are welcome.


Graduation Cap Decorating for the Senior Class

Calling all seniors. This Sunday, join the Student Activities Board in the Dowd Loft (upstairs loft of May Crossen) at 7 p.m. to decorate graduation caps. We'll be breaking out the glitter and hot glue guns to decorate to your hearts desire. A plethora of supplies will be provided, so please bring yourself and don't forget your caps.


Gaza Unlocked: Hearing in the Heartland

We often don't get the chance to hear what it's like for Palestinians living under the Israeli blockade in Gaza. This is an opportunity to gather and listen to Palestinian artists, scholars and writers inform us, elected officials and community leaders of their living conditions. It is free and open to the public on Saturday, April 21st, at 1 p.m. in the Indianapolis Central Library. We will be there all day long for the To Gaza with Love Dinner and Celebration. SPJP has organized transportation for this. If you are only going to the first event, transportation will not be provided. More info: contact <amomer17@earlham.edu>, <amfreeb16@earlham.edu>, <awkrame15@earlham.edu>, <edanie16@earlham.edu>, <kjmusho16@earlham.edu>, <lpalmo16@earlham.edu>, <millela1@earlham.edu>, <mgbenne16@earlham.edu>, <mnoure15@earlham.edu>, or <yabarho17@earlham.edu>.


Farm Day

Join the Miller Farm family out at the farm for our first farm day of April. Just because spring refuses to come, doesn’t mean we’ll wait on working. Amongst many tasks, we will be pulling out sweet honey suckles and planting more Pawpaws. Rain of shine, it’ll be a blast. When; Saturday, April 14th, @ 12 p.m. Where: Miller Farm (out by the apartments and horse barn). Also feel free to stop by our Farm Meetings held every Thursday at Rose City at 12 p.m. Questions or concerns? Find us on Facebook, Instagram (@_millerfarm_) or email Production Manager <mpanic16@earlham.edu> or Farm Director <nobleto@earlham.edu>.


Peace Corps Recruiter on Campus 4/20 at Noon in the CoLab

Our regional Peace Corps recruiter, Andrea Tiller, will be on campus on Friday, April 20th. She will offer an open session on Peace Corps at 12-12:50 p.m. in the CoLab, and a light lunch will be served. Come learn about applying to, serving in, and the benefits of returning from, the toughest job you'll ever love. For more information, contact Earlham's Director of Peace Corps Prep (and returned Peace Corps Volunteer), Jennifer Seely (seelyje).


College Meeting for Worship

Cyrus Buckman, senior biochemistry major, will speak on “Amazing Grace Will Lead Me Home” at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, April 22nd, at Stout Meetinghouse. Childcare provided. All are welcome.


Earlham College Cabaret Club

Come to the first performance of Earlham's Cabaret Club. Our program includes songs from both classic and new musicals, and we have duets, solos, trios and groups. Come for an hour of musical fun, tears and memories. When: Sunday, April 22nd, at 6:30 p.m. in the McDaniel Theater. Free admission.


Student Search and Interview Committee Application Due This Friday

The Student Search and Interview Committee (SSIC) is looking for new members for the upcoming school year. SSIC functions as one-third of the decision making process in hiring full time tenure track faculty members. We interview candidates during lunch (or breakfast), and come to consensus with the faculty, search committee, and academic dean as to which candidate to hire. SSIC is a unique and important opportunity to help shape and change Earlham, and we are looking for new members for next year as some of us will be graduating. If you are interested in joining this standing committee, please fill out the link below by the end of the day Friday, April 20th. <https://goo.gl/forms/sEmHZ8uZNUMKC90h1> Questions, comments, or concerns? Contact Olivia Honigman (orhonig13) or Emma Turcotte (esturco14).


Faculty Forum

For the last Faculty Forum of the year, Shena McAuliffe (Creative Writing) and Jen Cardinal (Anthropology) will discuss their overlapping interest in stories of place and space, including their emerging collaboration that considers stories of Richmond. Faculty Forum meets on Friday, April 20th, at 4:00 p.m. in the Richmond Room. We hope to see you there.


ESG Bonfire

Come to the ESG bonfire on Friday, April 20th, from 9 - 10:30 p.m. on Comstock Field. Enjoy some S'mores, stargazing and a warm fire. We hope to see you there, and remember to bring blankets to stay warm.


MRC Destress Study Break

Come join us from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 22nd, at Multicultural Resource Center (previously known as Orchard Room) for a destress study break. We will have letter writing, coloring, rainbow scratch papers, music, essential oils, board games and snacks. See you there.


Second to Last Farm Day

As the semester comes to end, farm days become limited. This is our second to last Farm Day so you don’t want to miss out. Farm Day is a great way to engage with the earlham community. Everyone is welcome, no matter your experience. Tasks for this weekend include; Hugelkultur maintenance, planting of shrubs, honeysuckle picking and much more. Of course there will be delicious food for all. When; Saturday, April 21st, @ 12 p.m. Where: Miller Farm (out by the apartments and horse barn). Also feel free to stop by our Farm Meetings held every Thursday at Rose City at 12 p.m. Questions or concerns? Find us on Facebook, Instagram (@_millerfarm_) or email Production Manager <mpanic16@earlham.edu> or Farm Director <nobleto@earlham.edu>.


Knowledge Café on the LGBTQIA+ Student Experience

There will be a Knowledge Café on Monday, April 23rd, at 4:30 p.m. in the Multicultural Resource Center (formerly Orchard) discussing the LGBTQIA+ student experience at Earlham. Please come and share how Earlham can support and improve your experience. Snacks will be provided. For any questions, contact Abhay Chaudhary <achaud16@earlham.edu> or Ila Beinart <iebeina16@earlham.edu>.


Got Points? Want Candy?

Those students who are interested in placing a bulk order for candy to use up Meal Plan Points, please fill out a form at Café 1847 or Intermetzo, or email Stephanie Kearns at <kearnst@earlham.edu>. The last candy order for the semester will be placed Saturday, April 21st. Other snacks and drink orders may still be available.


Open House Brent Smith Retirement

Brent Smith will retire this spring after 37 years of service to Earlham. We will host a retirement reception on Friday, April 27th, from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the CST lobby. Remarks will start at 4:15 p.m. Please join us to celebrate all his accomplishments and contributions to our community.


Bagel Shabbat Dinner

Join Jewish Student Life at JCC (the house next to Needler's) for an extra special Shabbat dinner. Enjoy real bagels, cream cheese, and more for dinner at 6 p.m. this Friday, April 20th.


EPIC Expo - Feedback Requested

Thank you to everyone who participated in and helped to make the 2018 EPIC Expo a success. We invite you to fill out a short survey to give feedback to the EPIC Expo Planning Committee. Your responses will help to make future EPIC Expos even better. You can find the survey at http://earlham.edu/epic-expo/. The survey will remain open until Wednesday, April 25th. Questions? Contact Corey Fritz (fritzco@earlham.edu) or Marya Bower (bowerma@earlham.edu).


Earth Day: Plant Trees

We will be planting trees on Saturday, April 21st, from 1:30-5:30 p.m. Please meet in the parking lot by Sadler Baseball Stadium. All are welcome to help the environment. Come when you can, leave when you have to. There will be snacks, but we ask that you bring your own water bottle. Questions? Contact Eric Nicholson <esnicho13@earlham.edu> or see event page <https://www.facebook.com/events/146986039474867/> This will be one of the last chances to plant trees, come out and help.


Earlham College Walkout (In Memoriam of Columbine)

On April 20th, the anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, students will walk out of class and protest at 10 a.m. Together, we will send a message that we won’t tolerate any more inaction on this issue. Please join your fellow Earlham and Richmond community members as we walk out of class to protest gun violence and advocate for gun control in America. In honor of the lives lost during the Columbine massacre, we will meet in Stout Meetinghouse for 15 minutes of silence. Afterward, Emma Turcotte will give a brief review of what happened at Columbine, name some major events that have occurred since, and share ways in which you can be a part of this important movement. Questions, comments and concerns? Contact <esturco14@earlham.edu>.


Bradford Woods Representatives on Campus

Bradford Woods (IU) provides summer camps, environmental education, weekend retreats, recreation therapy, teambuilding and challenge courses in central Indiana. Representatives will be on campus this Friday, April 20th, to share summer employment and internship opportunities. Please stop by the information table in Runyan 12 - 1 p.m., and/or contact Andy Clifford <cliffan@earlham.edu> if you would like to join the Outdoor Trip Leadership class to see a presentation on what Bradford Woods has to offer (2:30-3:15 p.m. in CST 103).


Fulbright Fellowship Info Session

Sophomores and juniors considering research or teaching in another country after graduation should attend the Fulbright Info Session on Monday, April 23rd, at Noon in the CoLab. The Fulbright Grant provides funding for graduates who wish to study or perform research in one of over 135 countries overseas at the post-baccalaureate level. Government-sponsored teaching assistantships are also possible. Applications for this competitive fellowship are due early in your senior year, so it's important to begin thinking about your application now. For more information about the Fulbright, contact Earlham's faculty liaison, Elana Passman.


NadaBot E is Now Available on App Store

There are lots of events happening on Earlham's campus. NadaBot E helps you discover and share activities happening around you with your friends. Check out NadaBot E on the AppStore: <https://www.nadachatbot.com>.


Open Mic for Your Written Work

Please join The Crucible and The Poetry Club this Friday, April 20th, at Rose City for an open mic night at 7:30 p.m. This is an opportunity to read aloud pieces of your poetry, spoken word, prose, and artist statements, as well as to watch and show support to your peers. There will be pizza rolls and drinks. You can also grab a copy of this year's long-awaited edition of The Crucible magazine. All are welcome.


Graduation Cap Decorating for the Senior Class

Calling all seniors. This Sunday, join the Student Activities Board in the Dowd Loft (upstairs loft of May Crossen) at 7 p.m. to decorate graduation caps. We'll be breaking out the glitter and hot glue guns to decorate to your hearts desire. A plethora of supplies will be provided, so please bring yourself and don't forget your caps.


Gaza Unlocked: Hearing in the Heartland

We often don't get the chance to hear what it's like for Palestinians living under the Israeli blockade in Gaza. This is an opportunity to gather and listen to Palestinian artists, scholars and writers inform us, elected officials and community leaders of their living conditions. It is free and open to the public on Saturday, April 21st, at 1 p.m. in the Indianapolis Central Library. We will be there all day long for the To Gaza with Love Dinner and Celebration. SPJP has organized transportation for this. If you are only going to the first event, transportation will not be provided. More info: contact <amomer17@earlham.edu>, <amfreeb16@earlham.edu>, <awkrame15@earlham.edu>, <edanie16@earlham.edu>, <kjmusho16@earlham.edu>, <lpalmo16@earlham.edu>, <millela1@earlham.edu>, <mgbenne16@earlham.edu>, <mnoure15@earlham.edu>, or <yabarho17@earlham.edu>.


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