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Sophomores: Apply Now to the McNair Program

If you a sophomore interested in attending graduate school, you should consider applying to the McNair Scholars Program at Earlham College. The program is looking for students that embody academic excellence with a desire to go beyond the baccalaureate educational experience. The program helps to prepare students to be competitive for admission into various graduate programs. The minimum GPA requirement is 2.75 for entry; 3.0 and above for continued participation. The McNair Program primarily serves first-generation college students and students of color. Unfortunately, international students are not eligible for this program. If this is you or you know a person that could benefit from the program, please complete the pre-application located at <www.earlham.edu/mcnair-program>. The deadline for applications is Friday, September 11, at 5:00 p.m.


Earlham Writing Center Opens for Consultations

The Earlham Writing Center opens for the Fall on Sunday, September 6, and will continue its schedule of 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Sundays and 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. from Sundays through Thursdays. You can make an appointment at the Writing Center's website <www.earlham.edu/writing-center> or just walk in. You can have a conversation with a writing consultant at any stage of your writing process, from brainstorming and understanding assignments to final revising. The Writing Center's new location is on the main level of Lilly Library, behind the Ronald Gallery, so come visit to collaboratively work on your writing.


First Convocation of the Year is Today

Héctor Tobar, author of Earlham's first-year reading “Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories 
of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine,” is the College's opening convocation speaker on Wednesday, September 2, at 1:00 p.m. in Goddard Auditorium in Carpenter Hall. He's a Los Angeles-born son of Guatemalan immigrants, author and journalist. For two decades, he worked for the Los Angeles Times: as a city reporter, national and foreign correspondent and was part of the reporting team that won a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the 1992 L.A. riots. He was the Times bureau chief in Buenos Aires and Mexico City. Tobar has a Master in Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of California, Irvine; studied at University of California, Santa Cruz; and at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México City. He is the author of “Translation Nation: Defining a New American Identity in the Spanish-Speaking United States” and “The Tattooed Soldier,” a finalist for the PEN USA West Award for First Fiction. This event is sponsored by the Robert Simpson Charles Endowed Lectureship in Ethics.
 Free admission; no ticket is required.


Earlham Athletics Hosting Women's Soccer and Volleyball Contests Today

The Earlham women's soccer and volleyball teams open their seasons on Wednesday, September 2, at home. Women's soccer hosts Spalding at 5:00 p.m., at Matlack Field, while volleyball hosts IU-East at 7:00 p.m., at Schuckman Court in the Athletics and Wellness Center. The Department of Athletics invites you to come out and support the Quakers.


Books that Change Lives: David Dawson

Stop by Lilly Library during the month of September to view the top 40 books that have most influenced Earlham President David Dawson. You may view David's selections at: <http://library.earlham.edu/btcl/david_dawson>. Earlham Libraries offer a monthly Lilly display series featuring the books that a member of the Earlham campus community selects as having significantly impacted him or her.


Japan Table on Wednesdays

Want to improve your speaking skill in Japanese? Come join the Japan Table to talk in Japanese with Japanese students. The group meets over lunchtime on Wednesdays in the Earlham Dining Hall. For more information, contact Yukiho Yamaguchi at <yyamag15@earlham.edu>.


Runyan Renovations Set to Begin Today

Renovation of the former ceramics studio, arts hallway, rehearsal rooms, the Hancock Room and second-floor arts studios will begin on Wednesday, September 2. Initial activities will include installation of temporary partitions to contain construction dust and keep the work site secure. The renovation process is scheduled to be complete by Friday, January 8. Construction work hours for this fast-paced project will be 6:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Through the first two weeks of October, demolition activities will take place from 6:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. each workday. After the first week of demolition, expect noise and vibration to be evident outside of the work zone, as the serious business of removing walls begins. For more information, visit <www.earlham.edu/construction-projects/runyan-cener-renovation>. Please direct questions to Darrell Shepherd in the Capital Projects Office at ext. 1745.


Faith and Values Luncheon

The first Faith and Values Luncheon is Thursday, September 17, at Noon, in the Richmond Room at the Landrum Bolling Center. Stan Hill, registrar, speaks about the faith and values that have shaped his life. The cost for lunch is $4. Students may use their meal exchange. Please make your reservation by Friday, September 11, to Susan Wilson at <wilsosu@earlham.edu> or ext. 1413.


First AASV Interest Meeting is Tonight

The first Action Against Sexual Violence (AASV) interest meeting will be Wednesday, September 2, at 7:30 p.m., in the Airport Room at Earlham Hall. Are you interested in helping to spread the message of consent, bystander intervention and positive sexuality around campus? Then come to this AASV's interest meeting. If you cannot make it but still want to be part of the group, please email Sorcha Vaughan at <stvaugh12@earlham.edu> or Erica DeBruyne at <eadebru12@earlham.edu>.


Memorial Service for Jo DeMeo

A memorial service for Jo DeMeo will be held on Tuesday, September 8, at 4:00 p.m., in the Earlham Dining Hall. A reception will follow. Many will remember Jo as “Jo the Bouncer” who sat at the check-in station in the Earlham Dining Hall. It is this spot in the dining hall where the community will gather to celebrate her life with a time of remembrance and open sharing.


Sophomores: Apply Now to the McNair Program

If you a sophomore interested in attending graduate school, you should consider applying to the McNair Scholars Program at Earlham College. The program is looking for students that embody academic excellence with a desire to go beyond the baccalaureate educational experience. The program helps to prepare students to be competitive for admission into various graduate programs. The minimum GPA requirement is 2.75 for entry; 3.0 and above for continued participation. The McNair Program primarily serves first-generation college students and students of color. Unfortunately, international students are not eligible for this program. If this is you or you know a person that could benefit from the program, please complete the pre-application located at <www.earlham.edu/mcnair-program>. The deadline for applications is Friday, September 11, at 5:00 p.m.


Earlham Writing Center Opens for Consultations

The Earlham Writing Center opens for the Fall on Sunday, September 6, and will continue its schedule of 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Sundays and 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. from Sundays through Thursdays. You can make an appointment at the Writing Center's website <www.earlham.edu/writing-center> or just walk in. You can have a conversation with a writing consultant at any stage of your writing process, from brainstorming and understanding assignments to final revising. The Writing Center's new location is on the main level of Lilly Library, behind the Ronald Gallery, so come visit to collaboratively work on your writing.


First Convocation of the Year is Today

Héctor Tobar, author of Earlham's first-year reading “Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories 
of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine,” is the College's opening convocation speaker on Wednesday, September 2, at 1:00 p.m. in Goddard Auditorium in Carpenter Hall. He's a Los Angeles-born son of Guatemalan immigrants, author and journalist. For two decades, he worked for the Los Angeles Times: as a city reporter, national and foreign correspondent and was part of the reporting team that won a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the 1992 L.A. riots. He was the Times bureau chief in Buenos Aires and Mexico City. Tobar has a Master in Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of California, Irvine; studied at University of California, Santa Cruz; and at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México City. He is the author of “Translation Nation: Defining a New American Identity in the Spanish-Speaking United States” and “The Tattooed Soldier,” a finalist for the PEN USA West Award for First Fiction. This event is sponsored by the Robert Simpson Charles Endowed Lectureship in Ethics.
 Free admission; no ticket is required.


Appointment Process for Counseling Services

It’s easy to make an appointment with one of the Earlham counselors. Visit the Counseling Services website at <www.earlham.edu/counseling-services> or the Counseling Services channel at <theheart.earlham.edu> and click on the link that says, “Make an appointment.” You will then be linked to a calendar. Choose the week you want, and see what counselor is available when you are. Just click on that counselor’s name and follow the directions in the pop-up appointment window to reserve your appointment time. Both you and the counselor will receive an email confirmation of your appointment. Also, the Counseling Services office has both day, evening and weekend appointment times available to best meet the needs of your busy schedule.


On-Campus Room Changes Available

The room change period has now opened for on-campus housing. Students wanting to change where they are living on campus should visit <www.earlham.edu/residence-life/policies-and-procedures/room-changes> to learn more about the on-campus room change process and to submit a request. For more information, contact Dan Rohmiller, assistant director of residence life, at <rohmida@earlham.edu>.


Faculty Forum

The first Faculty Forum of the semester is this Friday, September 4, at 4:00 p.m., in Landrum Bolling Center - Room 211. Assistant Professor of Music Liz Lindau will be speaking about her work, “Boring Things: Drone and Repetition in Andy Warhol’s ‘The Velvet Underground.’” Since its rediscovery in 1990, Andy Warhol’s film “The Velvet Underground” (1966) has utterly disappointed journalists, scholars and fans of the band it features. Even within the context of Warhol’s notoriously tedious cinematic oeuvre, critics concur that this document of an aimless hour-long jam session is almost unwatchable. But boredom was a deliberately cultivated state within the Velvets’ avant-garde artistic milieu, where extremes of repetition or stasis were thought to become fascinating if one only endured them for long enough. In a similar way, the presentation argues for “The Velvet Underground’s” potential to be interesting, even captivating. Snacks will be provided.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On September 6, Taylor Satterthwaite, senior Theatre Arts major, will speak on “Quaker Problems: Forgiving My Faith” for the semester-long series on “The Burden of Forgiveness.”


Connecting with Richmond Faith Communities

If you are interested in connecting with a congregation or faith community in Richmond, be sure to stop by Runyan Center on Thursday, September 3, between 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Religious leaders from the community will be “tabling” in the hallway so that you can meet and greet them, pick up some brochures, and arrange for transportation to services. If you have questions, contact Office of Religious Life Administrative Assistant Susan Wilson at <wilsosu@earlham.edu> or ext. 1413.


Earlham Athletics Hosting Women's Soccer and Volleyball Contests Today

The Earlham women's soccer and volleyball teams open their seasons on Wednesday, September 2, at home. Women's soccer hosts Spalding at 5:00 p.m., at Matlack Field, while volleyball hosts IU-East at 7:00 p.m., at Schuckman Court in the Athletics and Wellness Center. The Department of Athletics invites you to come out and support the Quakers.


Updating the Conveners List for Clubs

All club conveners and business managers who have not been receiving Student Organization Council's emails in the past two weeks should email Justin Ko at <jsko13@earlham.edu> or Grace Makhoul at <gmakho14@earlham.edu> to be added to the SOC mailing list for clubs.


Books that Change Lives: David Dawson

Stop by Lilly Library during the month of September to view the top 40 books that have most influenced Earlham President David Dawson. You may view David's selections at: <http://library.earlham.edu/btcl/david_dawson>. Earlham Libraries offer a monthly Lilly display series featuring the books that a member of the Earlham campus community selects as having significantly impacted him or her.


Japan Table on Wednesdays

Want to improve your speaking skill in Japanese? Come join the Japan Table to talk in Japanese with Japanese students. The group meets over lunchtime on Wednesdays in the Earlham Dining Hall. For more information, contact Yukiho Yamaguchi at <yyamag15@earlham.edu>.


Runyan Renovations Set to Begin Today

Renovation of the former ceramics studio, arts hallway, rehearsal rooms, the Hancock Room and second-floor arts studios will begin on Wednesday, September 2. Initial activities will include installation of temporary partitions to contain construction dust and keep the work site secure. The renovation process is scheduled to be complete by Friday, January 8. Construction work hours for this fast-paced project will be 6:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Through the first two weeks of October, demolition activities will take place from 6:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. each workday. After the first week of demolition, expect noise and vibration to be evident outside of the work zone, as the serious business of removing walls begins. For more information, visit <www.earlham.edu/construction-projects/runyan-cener-renovation>. Please direct questions to Darrell Shepherd in the Capital Projects Office at ext. 1745.


Faith and Values Luncheon

The first Faith and Values Luncheon is Thursday, September 17, at Noon, in the Richmond Room at the Landrum Bolling Center. Stan Hill, registrar, speaks about the faith and values that have shaped his life. The cost for lunch is $4. Students may use their meal exchange. Please make your reservation by Friday, September 11, to Susan Wilson at <wilsosu@earlham.edu> or ext. 1413.


First AASV Interest Meeting is Tonight

The first Action Against Sexual Violence (AASV) interest meeting will be Wednesday, September 2, at 7:30 p.m., in the Airport Room at Earlham Hall. Are you interested in helping to spread the message of consent, bystander intervention and positive sexuality around campus? Then come to this AASV's interest meeting. If you cannot make it but still want to be part of the group, please email Sorcha Vaughan at <stvaugh12@earlham.edu> or Erica DeBruyne at <eadebru12@earlham.edu>.


Submit a Question for Laci Green's Convocation

Laci Green is a 25-year-old web personality, public speaker and activist from San Francisco. Best known as the host and creator of the Internet's most popular sex education show, “Sex Plus,” Green seeks to start a fresh conversation about sexuality that is fun and educational. Action Against Sexual Violence is taking questions for people to ask Laci. AASV will be in Runyan Center this week with a submission box; however, you can also submit a question online at: <http://goo.gl/forms/WkLQ3Bga4z>.


La Mesa Bacán This Friday

Are you worried your years of Spanish study might be rusting away? Are you enthusiastic about practicing your Spanish language skills? Come hang out in Spanish at La Mesa Bacán. The group will meet over lunch, Fridays at Noon, on the coffee shop balcony. There are no prerequisites, but no English is allowed. If you're just starting out or your Spanish is on life support, you're welcome to come and just listen. For more information, contact Juan Caballero at <cabalju@earlham.edu> or Adam Light at <lightad@earlham.edu>.


Memorial Service for Jo DeMeo

A memorial service for Jo DeMeo will be held on Tuesday, September 8, at 4:00 p.m., in the Earlham Dining Hall. A reception will follow. Many will remember Jo as “Jo the Bouncer” who sat at the check-in station in the Earlham Dining Hall. It is this spot in the dining hall where the community will gather to celebrate her life with a time of remembrance and open sharing.


Counseling Services Closed on Labor Day

Counseling Services will be closed on Labor Day — Monday, September 7. Regular office hours will resume the following day. The general hours for the Counseling Services Office are: Mondays: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Tuesdays: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Wednesdays: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Thursdays: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Fridays: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.


Annual Runyan Poster Sale on September 10 and 11

Students, now that your room is (hopefully) unpacked, it’s time to start decorating. The annual “Beyond the Wall” poster sale will be held on Thursday, September 10, and Friday, September 11, in the Runyan Center Hallway. The hours are 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Items can be purchased using cash or credit card. For more information, contact Tracy Dubs at <dubstr@earlham.edu) or ext. 1582.


Sophomores: Apply Now to the McNair Program

If you a sophomore interested in attending graduate school, you should consider applying to the McNair Scholars Program at Earlham College. The program is looking for students that embody academic excellence with a desire to go beyond the baccalaureate educational experience. The program helps to prepare students to be competitive for admission into various graduate programs. The minimum GPA requirement is 2.75 for entry; 3.0 and above for continued participation. The McNair Program primarily serves first-generation college students and students of color. Unfortunately, international students are not eligible for this program. If this is you or you know a person that could benefit from the program, please complete the pre-application located at <www.earlham.edu/mcnair-program>. The deadline for applications is Friday, September 11, at 5:00 p.m.


Earlham Writing Center Opens for Consultations

The Earlham Writing Center opens for the Fall on Sunday, September 6, and will continue its schedule of 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Sundays and 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. from Sundays through Thursdays. You can make an appointment at the Writing Center's website <www.earlham.edu/writing-center> or just walk in. You can have a conversation with a writing consultant at any stage of your writing process, from brainstorming and understanding assignments to final revising. The Writing Center's new location is on the main level of Lilly Library, behind the Ronald Gallery, so come visit to collaboratively work on your writing.


First Convocation of the Year is Today

Héctor Tobar, author of Earlham's first-year reading “Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories 
of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine,” is the College's opening convocation speaker on Wednesday, September 2, at 1:00 p.m. in Goddard Auditorium in Carpenter Hall. He's a Los Angeles-born son of Guatemalan immigrants, author and journalist. For two decades, he worked for the Los Angeles Times: as a city reporter, national and foreign correspondent and was part of the reporting team that won a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the 1992 L.A. riots. He was the Times bureau chief in Buenos Aires and Mexico City. Tobar has a Master in Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of California, Irvine; studied at University of California, Santa Cruz; and at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México City. He is the author of “Translation Nation: Defining a New American Identity in the Spanish-Speaking United States” and “The Tattooed Soldier,” a finalist for the PEN USA West Award for First Fiction. This event is sponsored by the Robert Simpson Charles Endowed Lectureship in Ethics.
 Free admission; no ticket is required.


Appointment Process for Counseling Services

It’s easy to make an appointment with one of the Earlham counselors. Visit the Counseling Services website at <www.earlham.edu/counseling-services> or the Counseling Services channel at <theheart.earlham.edu> and click on the link that says, “Make an appointment.” You will then be linked to a calendar. Choose the week you want, and see what counselor is available when you are. Just click on that counselor’s name and follow the directions in the pop-up appointment window to reserve your appointment time. Both you and the counselor will receive an email confirmation of your appointment. Also, the Counseling Services office has both day, evening and weekend appointment times available to best meet the needs of your busy schedule.


On-Campus Room Changes Available

The room change period has now opened for on-campus housing. Students wanting to change where they are living on campus should visit <www.earlham.edu/residence-life/policies-and-procedures/room-changes> to learn more about the on-campus room change process and to submit a request. For more information, contact Dan Rohmiller, assistant director of residence life, at <rohmida@earlham.edu>.


Faculty Forum

The first Faculty Forum of the semester is this Friday, September 4, at 4:00 p.m., in Landrum Bolling Center - Room 211. Assistant Professor of Music Liz Lindau will be speaking about her work, “Boring Things: Drone and Repetition in Andy Warhol’s ‘The Velvet Underground.’” Since its rediscovery in 1990, Andy Warhol’s film “The Velvet Underground” (1966) has utterly disappointed journalists, scholars and fans of the band it features. Even within the context of Warhol’s notoriously tedious cinematic oeuvre, critics concur that this document of an aimless hour-long jam session is almost unwatchable. But boredom was a deliberately cultivated state within the Velvets’ avant-garde artistic milieu, where extremes of repetition or stasis were thought to become fascinating if one only endured them for long enough. In a similar way, the presentation argues for “The Velvet Underground’s” potential to be interesting, even captivating. Snacks will be provided.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On September 6, Taylor Satterthwaite, senior Theatre Arts major, will speak on “Quaker Problems: Forgiving My Faith” for the semester-long series on “The Burden of Forgiveness.”


Connecting with Richmond Faith Communities

If you are interested in connecting with a congregation or faith community in Richmond, be sure to stop by Runyan Center on Thursday, September 3, between 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Religious leaders from the community will be “tabling” in the hallway so that you can meet and greet them, pick up some brochures, and arrange for transportation to services. If you have questions, contact Office of Religious Life Administrative Assistant Susan Wilson at <wilsosu@earlham.edu> or ext. 1413.


Earlham Athletics Hosting Women's Soccer and Volleyball Contests Today

The Earlham women's soccer and volleyball teams open their seasons on Wednesday, September 2, at home. Women's soccer hosts Spalding at 5:00 p.m., at Matlack Field, while volleyball hosts IU-East at 7:00 p.m., at Schuckman Court in the Athletics and Wellness Center. The Department of Athletics invites you to come out and support the Quakers.


Updating the Conveners List for Clubs

All club conveners and business managers who have not been receiving Student Organization Council's emails in the past two weeks should email Justin Ko at <jsko13@earlham.edu> or Grace Makhoul at <gmakho14@earlham.edu> to be added to the SOC mailing list for clubs.


Books that Change Lives: David Dawson

Stop by Lilly Library during the month of September to view the top 40 books that have most influenced Earlham President David Dawson. You may view David's selections at: <http://library.earlham.edu/btcl/david_dawson>. Earlham Libraries offer a monthly Lilly display series featuring the books that a member of the Earlham campus community selects as having significantly impacted him or her.


Japan Table on Wednesdays

Want to improve your speaking skill in Japanese? Come join the Japan Table to talk in Japanese with Japanese students. The group meets over lunchtime on Wednesdays in the Earlham Dining Hall. For more information, contact Yukiho Yamaguchi at <yyamag15@earlham.edu>.


Runyan Renovations Set to Begin Today

Renovation of the former ceramics studio, arts hallway, rehearsal rooms, the Hancock Room and second-floor arts studios will begin on Wednesday, September 2. Initial activities will include installation of temporary partitions to contain construction dust and keep the work site secure. The renovation process is scheduled to be complete by Friday, January 8. Construction work hours for this fast-paced project will be 6:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Through the first two weeks of October, demolition activities will take place from 6:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. each workday. After the first week of demolition, expect noise and vibration to be evident outside of the work zone, as the serious business of removing walls begins. For more information, visit <www.earlham.edu/construction-projects/runyan-cener-renovation>. Please direct questions to Darrell Shepherd in the Capital Projects Office at ext. 1745.


Faith and Values Luncheon

The first Faith and Values Luncheon is Thursday, September 17, at Noon, in the Richmond Room at the Landrum Bolling Center. Stan Hill, registrar, speaks about the faith and values that have shaped his life. The cost for lunch is $4. Students may use their meal exchange. Please make your reservation by Friday, September 11, to Susan Wilson at <wilsosu@earlham.edu> or ext. 1413.


First AASV Interest Meeting is Tonight

The first Action Against Sexual Violence (AASV) interest meeting will be Wednesday, September 2, at 7:30 p.m., in the Airport Room at Earlham Hall. Are you interested in helping to spread the message of consent, bystander intervention and positive sexuality around campus? Then come to this AASV's interest meeting. If you cannot make it but still want to be part of the group, please email Sorcha Vaughan at <stvaugh12@earlham.edu> or Erica DeBruyne at <eadebru12@earlham.edu>.


Submit a Question for Laci Green's Convocation

Laci Green is a 25-year-old web personality, public speaker and activist from San Francisco. Best known as the host and creator of the Internet's most popular sex education show, “Sex Plus,” Green seeks to start a fresh conversation about sexuality that is fun and educational. Action Against Sexual Violence is taking questions for people to ask Laci. AASV will be in Runyan Center this week with a submission box; however, you can also submit a question online at: <http://goo.gl/forms/WkLQ3Bga4z>.


La Mesa Bacán This Friday

Are you worried your years of Spanish study might be rusting away? Are you enthusiastic about practicing your Spanish language skills? Come hang out in Spanish at La Mesa Bacán. The group will meet over lunch, Fridays at Noon, on the coffee shop balcony. There are no prerequisites, but no English is allowed. If you're just starting out or your Spanish is on life support, you're welcome to come and just listen. For more information, contact Juan Caballero at <cabalju@earlham.edu> or Adam Light at <lightad@earlham.edu>.


Memorial Service for Jo DeMeo

A memorial service for Jo DeMeo will be held on Tuesday, September 8, at 4:00 p.m., in the Earlham Dining Hall. A reception will follow. Many will remember Jo as “Jo the Bouncer” who sat at the check-in station in the Earlham Dining Hall. It is this spot in the dining hall where the community will gather to celebrate her life with a time of remembrance and open sharing.


Counseling Services Closed on Labor Day

Counseling Services will be closed on Labor Day — Monday, September 7. Regular office hours will resume the following day. The general hours for the Counseling Services Office are: Mondays: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Tuesdays: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Wednesdays: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Thursdays: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Fridays: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.


Annual Runyan Poster Sale on September 10 and 11

Students, now that your room is (hopefully) unpacked, it’s time to start decorating. The annual “Beyond the Wall” poster sale will be held on Thursday, September 10, and Friday, September 11, in the Runyan Center Hallway. The hours are 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Items can be purchased using cash or credit card. For more information, contact Tracy Dubs at <dubstr@earlham.edu) or ext. 1582.


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