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ALUMNI IN THE NEWS

EARLHAM HIRES ALUMNI FOR KEY ROLES

SFTHMay2105avissam.pngAvis Stewart ’74 has been appointed as Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Community Relations.

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Sam Byrd ’03, a decorated student-athlete for Quakers, will lead the Earlham Men's Soccer team as head coach.

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COLLEGE RECEIVES ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOLADES

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Earlham College has been recognized as a leader among its peers in environmental sustainability for the fourth year in a row. The College is included in Princeton Review’s sixth annual “Guide to 353 Green Colleges.”

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EARLHAMITES JOINING RELIEF EFFORTS IN NEPAL

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Nepalese students at Earlham will join the relief effort in their their native country this summer following the earthquakes that have claimed more than 5,000 lives and injured thousands more. 

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RECENT FACULTY RECOGNITION AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

SFTHMay2105birkellogan.pngProfessor of Religion Michael Birkel’s book of conversations with 25 leading Muslims has won the Silver Medal in the 2015 Independent Publisher Book Awards' Religion category.

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A new essay by Associate Professor of African and African American Studies James Logan on the cultural-religious significance of Hip Hop as it confronts the policing of “Black America” has been published by the University of Chicago’s Divinity School.

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EARLHAM STUDENT ADDRESSES UNITED NATIONS

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Hashem Abushama ’17 was the first Palestinian youth to address the United Nations Economic and Social forum, following the 2012 vote to admit Palestine to the UN as a non-member observer state.

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A SPRING OF GREAT SUCCESS FOR EARLHAM SPORTS

SFTHMay2105sports.pngWith the baseball team completing its most successful season in school history in the NCAA era (tying the number of wins by the 1970 team) while competing in the newly dedicated Sadler Stadium, the Men's Tennis team making it to the HCAC title match, and five track student-athletes being honored by the HCAC, it was a very good spring for the Quakers.

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ROY MESSER RETIRES AFTER 34 YEARS AS HEAD COACH

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Roy Messer, the winningest coach in Earlham College Men’s Soccer history, is retiring after 34 years. With Messer at the helm, the Quakers won five conference championships, most recently winning the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) regular season title in 2013.

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UPCOMING ALUMNI EVENTS

 


RECENTLY SUBMITTED #EARLHAMEVERYWHERE PHOTOS 

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Show us your Earlham! Next time you’re out in an Earlham shirt or hat, pose proudly, and take a photo. Send it to the Alumni Office or post it on social media with the hashtag #EarlhamEverywhere.

 



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