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Student Directed 10-Minute Plays Friday & Saturday at 6:30 p.m.

Start your weekend with a quick evening of entertainment at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts. At 6:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evening, an eclectic collection of ten-minute plays directed by Chris Feagans, Sage HaleWolfe, Sam Reid-McKee, Cianna Rothwell, Bria Robinson, Maya Rosenberg and Walter Treminio will be performed in the McDaniel Studio Theatre. The comedies, dramas and experimental works feature a cast of actors including Grace Beavin, Caitlin Cafiero, Dylan Cahalan, Ellie Gelser, Fawzia Istrabadi, Kharis Murphy, Alex Raymond, Sam Reid-McKee, Nandi Sommers, Jordan Wolfe, and Cameron Wooddy. Admission is free and tickets are not required. Seating is limited.


Quaker House Openings

Quaker House has four openings for Spring Semester. There are three singles, and half of a double available. The application link is below. Please send in your applications by December 5th at 10:30 p.m. so that arrangements can be made for interested parties to come see the house. Thank you Friends. Application: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeG4b2q4Ix1dD5zpXJZPaqXzGaLyJRe997satv_XUgKXWbKMA/viewform. Please call or e-mail Grace Beavin with any questions: 859-302-0301 or gebeavin15@earlham.edu.


Women's Basketball vs. Anderson

Come out and support the women's basketball team as they start HCAC play against Anderson. The game begins at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 3, in the Druley Performance Gymnasium.


Men's Basketball vs. Anderson

Come out and support the men's basketball team as they start HCAC play against Anderson. The game is scheduled to start at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 3, in the Druley Performance Gymnasium.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On December 4, Chris Smith, Associate Professor of Biology, will speak on “The Importance of Not Being Earnest” for the semester-long series on “How Much is Enough?”


Gospel Revelations Concert

You are invited to the Gospel Revelations concert in which inspirational songs will be performed to lift your spirits. The Revelations will be performing three songs with the Earlham Concert choir and the Women's Choir. Please come and enjoy songs that you can clap your hands to and move to the sounds of the Gospel Revelations Choir.


Metz Presents Dinner with Santa

Enjoy an all you can spaghetti dinner, Christmas crafts, cookie decorating, hot chocolate, and a visit with Santa from 6 - 8 p.m. on Friday, December 16, in Comstock and Orchard. Cost is $15 for adults and $10 for children. All proceeds will go directly to Nick and Melissa Johnson. Tickets may be purchased through Alexis Maitlen (765)983-1337 or maitlal@earlham.edu. Reserve your spot quickly, space is limited.


Brown Bag

Please join us at lunch at noon on Friday, Dec. 2, in the CVPA atrium for delightful noon entertainment with EC violinists - Yeheon Hong, Jack Horn, Susannah Rossier, Gabe Penk, Marcella Lanzillotti and violist, Alyssa Guritz. They will be playing works by Mozart, Corelli, Dvorak and Saint-Saens, and also performing some Irish Fiddling. Bring your lunch.


P2P: Challenging Extremism & i4inclusion Launch

Earlham College is competing in the Peer-2-Peer: Challenging Extremism campaign, sponsored by Facebook and EdVenture partners, and has launched a social media campaign. Come to learn about the Earlham team's spin on the campaign, ask questions and give feedback at Noon on Monday, December 5, at the CoLab. Refreshments will be provided.


Finding Nemo Movie Night and Discussion

The Mental Illness Disability Alliance is hosting its first event: a movie night and discussion. We will be showing Finding Nemo and leading a discussion on the disability representation in the film. The event will take place on Friday, December 2, in Loose Lecture Hall (LBC 105) from 7 - 9:30 p.m. Snacks will be provided.


Physics Seminar: Gravitational wave astronomy: A new window to the universe

The Physics and Astronomy Department welcomes Seth Hopper from the Instituto Superior Técnico in Portugul as the second candidate for a tenure track position in Astronomy. Seth will be giving a Research Seminar on Friday, December 2nd, at noon in CST 300. Lunch will be provided.


Clothing Swap

Come join us at Runyan Center on December 6th and 7th from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. as the Environmental Leadership Program will host a Clothing Swap. Drop off your used clothing items, and find some new stuff to add to your wardrobe.


French House Accepting Members for Spring 2017

Interested in French language and culture? French House is still accepting applications for next semester. Please contact Lydia Evans lkevans15@earlham.edu or Tori Trezona vltrezo15@earlham.edu.


ISO Admissions Tour Guides

Are you looking for a job on campus next semester? The Admissions Office is hiring Tour Guides. You can apply through Symplicity under the Student Employment tab. Please contact raritter13@earlham.edu or mrbreed10@earlham.edu with any questions.


Day of Mindfulness Events on December 3rd

Stressed and strung out about the end of the semester? Take time to unwind this weekend. Bodhi House is hosting a Day of Mindfulness this Saturday, December 3rd. The day is centered around relaxation, different types of meditations, mindfulness activities, and building community with each other. Activities and workshops run for 30-60 min each from 10:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Stay for the whole day, or bop in for a just workshop or two. The schedule of the day is as follows: 10:30- Free Movement/Dance; 11:30- Poetry; 12:00- Mindful eating 1:00- Walking Meditation; 1:30- Music Meditation; 2:00- Deep Listening; 2:40- Collaborative Art 3:30- Aromatherapy; 4:00- Mindful play; 4:30- Laughing Meditation. No experience is required -- come try something new! Community members, families, children, and students are welcome.


Call for Submissions

The College Meeting for Worship Cabinet is looking for student work such as poems, spoken word, or short stories to read at the Christmas Candlelight Service on December 12. The service is organized around the themes of suffering, anticipation, healing, giving and transformation, and pieces should deal with one of those topics. Pieces should be short (1-2 minutes long). Contact Leah Johnson lejohns15@earlham.edu for more information.


Senate/Recording Clerk Application

Apply for the positions of Earlham Student Government's Senate Clerk and Recording Clerk. The Senate Clerk is in charge of preparing the senate agenda, serves as facilitator and is responsible for the senate mailing list. The Recording Clerk is in charge of recording minutes for each Senate session and providing those to the Senate Clerk. The application is due by Friday, December 9th, at 9:00 p.m. Application link: goo.gl/3l6fIp


Student Employment Workshop for Supervisors: Posting Jobs

As this semester draws to a close, many of us are looking ahead to the spring -- and for some, that means posting open student employment positions. The CCCE will offer two workshops for on-campus supervisors on how to post jobs for students in Symplicity. The first workshop will be on Wednesday, December 7, at 10:00 a.m. in the CCCE Commons. The second session will be Friday, December 9, at 3:00 p.m. in the LBC 103 computer lab. We welcome you to bring your own device to either session in order to follow along with the presenter in posting your jobs. Faculty and staff are also invited to stop by the CCCE's open hours, every Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. in the CCCE Commons.


Earlham Excursion to Freedom Center in Cincinnati

Students can reserve a space for a trip to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Saturday, December 3, from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. The trip is free of charge and available to the first 10 students who register. For more information and to register, visit <www.earlham.edu/earlham-excursions>.


Meal Plan Change Form Online for Spring 2017

Any student who wants to change their meal plan for the Spring semester can request a change through the online form available at <https://earlham.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9nr7poEGJoGdlnD>. All requests must be submitted by Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017.


Giant Beaver Breakout at the Joseph Moore Museum

The Museum is burning. You have only 60 minutes to crack the codes, find the clues, and solve the puzzles to rescue the world’s most complete giant beaver skeleton before it becomes toast*. This isn't an average weekend activity; this is a fast-paced 60-minute challenge for people who like to solve mysteries. There are only four games running this December and each can accommodate up to eight people. When: 8:30 p.m. and 10:15 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2, and Saturday, Dec. 3. Cost is $8 for individuals or $7 per person for groups of three or more. Register on your own or with a group of friends online: http://tinyurl.com/z3cpjdy. If you are successful, you will earn a limited edition commemorative "I Saved the Giant Beaver" button, and your group's photo will be posted on our Joseph Moore Museum Facebook page.


Student Directed 10-Minute Plays Friday & Saturday at 6:30 p.m.

Start your weekend with a quick evening of entertainment at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts. At 6:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evening, an eclectic collection of ten-minute plays directed by Chris Feagans, Sage HaleWolfe, Sam Reid-McKee, Cianna Rothwell, Bria Robinson, Maya Rosenberg and Walter Treminio will be performed in the McDaniel Studio Theatre. The comedies, dramas and experimental works feature a cast of actors including Grace Beavin, Caitlin Cafiero, Dylan Cahalan, Ellie Gelser, Fawzia Istrabadi, Kharis Murphy, Alex Raymond, Sam Reid-McKee, Nandi Sommers, Jordan Wolfe, and Cameron Wooddy. Admission is free and tickets are not required. Seating is limited.


Resident Assistant Applications Available

The Office of Residence Life is currently accepting applications for Resident Assistants. Individuals interested in 2017-2018 Academic Year positions, and those who will be off-campus during the Fall 2017 semester who are interested in the Spring 2018 positions are encouraged to apply during this time frame. For more information about the RA position or recruitment timeline, talk to your RA, CA, AD or attend an info session. The application deadline is 11:59 PM on Sunday, January 15th, 2017. A link to the online application as well as answers to FAQs about the RA position can be found at: <http://bit.ly/2fy3Fol>. Students studying abroad during the Spring 2017 semester that want a face-to-face interview prior to leaving for break should contact AD Erica Hoffman by noon December 5th at hoffmer@earlham.edu to arrange an interview time.


Quaker House Openings

Quaker House has four openings for Spring Semester. There are three singles, and half of a double available. The application link is below. Please send in your applications by December 5th at 10:30 p.m. so that arrangements can be made for interested parties to come see the house. Thank you Friends. Application: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeG4b2q4Ix1dD5zpXJZPaqXzGaLyJRe997satv_XUgKXWbKMA/viewform. Please call or e-mail Grace Beavin with any questions: 859-302-0301 or gebeavin15@earlham.edu.


Women's Basketball vs. Anderson

Come out and support the women's basketball team as they start HCAC play against Anderson. The game begins at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 3, in the Druley Performance Gymnasium.


Men's Basketball vs. Anderson

Come out and support the men's basketball team as they start HCAC play against Anderson. The game is scheduled to start at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 3, in the Druley Performance Gymnasium.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On December 4, Chris Smith, Associate Professor of Biology, will speak on “The Importance of Not Being Earnest” for the semester-long series on “How Much is Enough?”


Resources for the End of the Semester

As the semester draws to a close, remember that there are a large number of resources designed specifically for students who are feeling overwhelmed with remaining projects and work. Get help with time management, personal care, and get support by logging into the Heart and visiting the "Student Success" box on the Campus Life tab. Use those resources as well as your faculty and friends for support. Stress is common at this time of year, but help is out there.


Gospel Revelations Concert

You are invited to the Gospel Revelations concert in which inspirational songs will be performed to lift your spirits. The Revelations will be performing three songs with the Earlham Concert choir and the Women's Choir. Please come and enjoy songs that you can clap your hands to and move to the sounds of the Gospel Revelations Choir.


Metz Presents Dinner with Santa

Enjoy an all you can spaghetti dinner, Christmas crafts, cookie decorating, hot chocolate, and a visit with Santa from 6 - 8 p.m. on Friday, December 16, in Comstock and Orchard. Cost is $15 for adults and $10 for children. All proceeds will go directly to Nick and Melissa Johnson. Tickets may be purchased through Alexis Maitlen (765)983-1337 or maitlal@earlham.edu. Reserve your spot quickly, space is limited.


Brown Bag

Please join us at lunch at noon on Friday, Dec. 2, in the CVPA atrium for delightful noon entertainment with EC violinists - Yeheon Hong, Jack Horn, Susannah Rossier, Gabe Penk, Marcella Lanzillotti and violist, Alyssa Guritz. They will be playing works by Mozart, Corelli, Dvorak and Saint-Saens, and also performing some Irish Fiddling. Bring your lunch.


P2P: Challenging Extremism & i4inclusion Launch

Earlham College is competing in the Peer-2-Peer: Challenging Extremism campaign, sponsored by Facebook and EdVenture partners, and has launched a social media campaign. Come to learn about the Earlham team's spin on the campaign, ask questions and give feedback at Noon on Monday, December 5, at the CoLab. Refreshments will be provided.


Finding Nemo Movie Night and Discussion

The Mental Illness Disability Alliance is hosting its first event: a movie night and discussion. We will be showing Finding Nemo and leading a discussion on the disability representation in the film. The event will take place on Friday, December 2, in Loose Lecture Hall (LBC 105) from 7 - 9:30 p.m. Snacks will be provided.


Physics Seminar: Gravitational wave astronomy: A new window to the universe

The Physics and Astronomy Department welcomes Seth Hopper from the Instituto Superior Técnico in Portugul as the second candidate for a tenure track position in Astronomy. Seth will be giving a Research Seminar on Friday, December 2nd, at noon in CST 300. Lunch will be provided.


Clothing Swap

Come join us at Runyan Center on December 6th and 7th from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. as the Environmental Leadership Program will host a Clothing Swap. Drop off your used clothing items, and find some new stuff to add to your wardrobe.


French House Accepting Members for Spring 2017

Interested in French language and culture? French House is still accepting applications for next semester. Please contact Lydia Evans lkevans15@earlham.edu or Tori Trezona vltrezo15@earlham.edu.


ISO Admissions Tour Guides

Are you looking for a job on campus next semester? The Admissions Office is hiring Tour Guides. You can apply through Symplicity under the Student Employment tab. Please contact raritter13@earlham.edu or mrbreed10@earlham.edu with any questions.


Day of Mindfulness Events on December 3rd

Stressed and strung out about the end of the semester? Take time to unwind this weekend. Bodhi House is hosting a Day of Mindfulness this Saturday, December 3rd. The day is centered around relaxation, different types of meditations, mindfulness activities, and building community with each other. Activities and workshops run for 30-60 min each from 10:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Stay for the whole day, or bop in for a just workshop or two. The schedule of the day is as follows: 10:30- Free Movement/Dance; 11:30- Poetry; 12:00- Mindful eating 1:00- Walking Meditation; 1:30- Music Meditation; 2:00- Deep Listening; 2:40- Collaborative Art 3:30- Aromatherapy; 4:00- Mindful play; 4:30- Laughing Meditation. No experience is required -- come try something new! Community members, families, children, and students are welcome.


Call for Submissions

The College Meeting for Worship Cabinet is looking for student work such as poems, spoken word, or short stories to read at the Christmas Candlelight Service on December 12. The service is organized around the themes of suffering, anticipation, healing, giving and transformation, and pieces should deal with one of those topics. Pieces should be short (1-2 minutes long). Contact Leah Johnson lejohns15@earlham.edu for more information.


Senate/Recording Clerk Application

Apply for the positions of Earlham Student Government's Senate Clerk and Recording Clerk. The Senate Clerk is in charge of preparing the senate agenda, serves as facilitator and is responsible for the senate mailing list. The Recording Clerk is in charge of recording minutes for each Senate session and providing those to the Senate Clerk. The application is due by Friday, December 9th, at 9:00 p.m. Application link: goo.gl/3l6fIp


Student Employment Workshop for Supervisors: Posting Jobs

As this semester draws to a close, many of us are looking ahead to the spring -- and for some, that means posting open student employment positions. The CCCE will offer two workshops for on-campus supervisors on how to post jobs for students in Symplicity. The first workshop will be on Wednesday, December 7, at 10:00 a.m. in the CCCE Commons. The second session will be Friday, December 9, at 3:00 p.m. in the LBC 103 computer lab. We welcome you to bring your own device to either session in order to follow along with the presenter in posting your jobs. Faculty and staff are also invited to stop by the CCCE's open hours, every Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. in the CCCE Commons.


Earlham Excursion to Freedom Center in Cincinnati

Students can reserve a space for a trip to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Saturday, December 3, from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. The trip is free of charge and available to the first 10 students who register. For more information and to register, visit <www.earlham.edu/earlham-excursions>.


Meal Plan Change Form Online for Spring 2017

Any student who wants to change their meal plan for the Spring semester can request a change through the online form available at <https://earlham.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9nr7poEGJoGdlnD>. All requests must be submitted by Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017.


Giant Beaver Breakout at the Joseph Moore Museum

The Museum is burning. You have only 60 minutes to crack the codes, find the clues, and solve the puzzles to rescue the world’s most complete giant beaver skeleton before it becomes toast*. This isn't an average weekend activity; this is a fast-paced 60-minute challenge for people who like to solve mysteries. There are only four games running this December and each can accommodate up to eight people. When: 8:30 p.m. and 10:15 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2, and Saturday, Dec. 3. Cost is $8 for individuals or $7 per person for groups of three or more. Register on your own or with a group of friends online: http://tinyurl.com/z3cpjdy. If you are successful, you will earn a limited edition commemorative "I Saved the Giant Beaver" button, and your group's photo will be posted on our Joseph Moore Museum Facebook page.


Student Directed 10-Minute Plays Friday & Saturday at 6:30 p.m.

Start your weekend with a quick evening of entertainment at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts. At 6:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evening, an eclectic collection of ten-minute plays directed by Chris Feagans, Sage HaleWolfe, Sam Reid-McKee, Cianna Rothwell, Bria Robinson, Maya Rosenberg and Walter Treminio will be performed in the McDaniel Studio Theatre. The comedies, dramas and experimental works feature a cast of actors including Grace Beavin, Caitlin Cafiero, Dylan Cahalan, Ellie Gelser, Fawzia Istrabadi, Kharis Murphy, Alex Raymond, Sam Reid-McKee, Nandi Sommers, Jordan Wolfe, and Cameron Wooddy. Admission is free and tickets are not required. Seating is limited.


Resident Assistant Applications Available

The Office of Residence Life is currently accepting applications for Resident Assistants. Individuals interested in 2017-2018 Academic Year positions, and those who will be off-campus during the Fall 2017 semester who are interested in the Spring 2018 positions are encouraged to apply during this time frame. For more information about the RA position or recruitment timeline, talk to your RA, CA, AD or attend an info session. The application deadline is 11:59 PM on Sunday, January 15th, 2017. A link to the online application as well as answers to FAQs about the RA position can be found at: <http://bit.ly/2fy3Fol>. Students studying abroad during the Spring 2017 semester that want a face-to-face interview prior to leaving for break should contact AD Erica Hoffman by noon December 5th at hoffmer@earlham.edu to arrange an interview time.


Quaker House Openings

Quaker House has four openings for Spring Semester. There are three singles, and half of a double available. The application link is below. Please send in your applications by December 5th at 10:30 p.m. so that arrangements can be made for interested parties to come see the house. Thank you Friends. Application: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeG4b2q4Ix1dD5zpXJZPaqXzGaLyJRe997satv_XUgKXWbKMA/viewform. Please call or e-mail Grace Beavin with any questions: 859-302-0301 or gebeavin15@earlham.edu.


Women's Basketball vs. Anderson

Come out and support the women's basketball team as they start HCAC play against Anderson. The game begins at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 3, in the Druley Performance Gymnasium.


Men's Basketball vs. Anderson

Come out and support the men's basketball team as they start HCAC play against Anderson. The game is scheduled to start at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 3, in the Druley Performance Gymnasium.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On December 4, Chris Smith, Associate Professor of Biology, will speak on “The Importance of Not Being Earnest” for the semester-long series on “How Much is Enough?”


Resources for the End of the Semester

As the semester draws to a close, remember that there are a large number of resources designed specifically for students who are feeling overwhelmed with remaining projects and work. Get help with time management, personal care, and get support by logging into the Heart and visiting the "Student Success" box on the Campus Life tab. Use those resources as well as your faculty and friends for support. Stress is common at this time of year, but help is out there.


Gospel Revelations Concert

You are invited to the Gospel Revelations concert in which inspirational songs will be performed to lift your spirits. The Revelations will be performing three songs with the Earlham Concert choir and the Women's Choir. Please come and enjoy songs that you can clap your hands to and move to the sounds of the Gospel Revelations Choir.


Metz Presents Dinner with Santa

Enjoy an all you can spaghetti dinner, Christmas crafts, cookie decorating, hot chocolate, and a visit with Santa from 6 - 8 p.m. on Friday, December 16, in Comstock and Orchard. Cost is $15 for adults and $10 for children. All proceeds will go directly to Nick and Melissa Johnson. Tickets may be purchased through Alexis Maitlen (765)983-1337 or maitlal@earlham.edu. Reserve your spot quickly, space is limited.


Brown Bag

Please join us at lunch at noon on Friday, Dec. 2, in the CVPA atrium for delightful noon entertainment with EC violinists - Yeheon Hong, Jack Horn, Susannah Rossier, Gabe Penk, Marcella Lanzillotti and violist, Alyssa Guritz. They will be playing works by Mozart, Corelli, Dvorak and Saint-Saens, and also performing some Irish Fiddling. Bring your lunch.


P2P: Challenging Extremism & i4inclusion Launch

Earlham College is competing in the Peer-2-Peer: Challenging Extremism campaign, sponsored by Facebook and EdVenture partners, and has launched a social media campaign. Come to learn about the Earlham team's spin on the campaign, ask questions and give feedback at Noon on Monday, December 5, at the CoLab. Refreshments will be provided.


Finding Nemo Movie Night and Discussion

The Mental Illness Disability Alliance is hosting its first event: a movie night and discussion. We will be showing Finding Nemo and leading a discussion on the disability representation in the film. The event will take place on Friday, December 2, in Loose Lecture Hall (LBC 105) from 7 - 9:30 p.m. Snacks will be provided.


Physics Seminar: Gravitational wave astronomy: A new window to the universe

The Physics and Astronomy Department welcomes Seth Hopper from the Instituto Superior Técnico in Portugul as the second candidate for a tenure track position in Astronomy. Seth will be giving a Research Seminar on Friday, December 2nd, at noon in CST 300. Lunch will be provided.


Clothing Swap

Come join us at Runyan Center on December 6th and 7th from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. as the Environmental Leadership Program will host a Clothing Swap. Drop off your used clothing items, and find some new stuff to add to your wardrobe.


French House Accepting Members for Spring 2017

Interested in French language and culture? French House is still accepting applications for next semester. Please contact Lydia Evans lkevans15@earlham.edu or Tori Trezona vltrezo15@earlham.edu.


ISO Admissions Tour Guides

Are you looking for a job on campus next semester? The Admissions Office is hiring Tour Guides. You can apply through Symplicity under the Student Employment tab. Please contact raritter13@earlham.edu or mrbreed10@earlham.edu with any questions.


Day of Mindfulness Events on December 3rd

Stressed and strung out about the end of the semester? Take time to unwind this weekend. Bodhi House is hosting a Day of Mindfulness this Saturday, December 3rd. The day is centered around relaxation, different types of meditations, mindfulness activities, and building community with each other. Activities and workshops run for 30-60 min each from 10:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Stay for the whole day, or bop in for a just workshop or two. The schedule of the day is as follows: 10:30- Free Movement/Dance; 11:30- Poetry; 12:00- Mindful eating 1:00- Walking Meditation; 1:30- Music Meditation; 2:00- Deep Listening; 2:40- Collaborative Art 3:30- Aromatherapy; 4:00- Mindful play; 4:30- Laughing Meditation. No experience is required -- come try something new! Community members, families, children, and students are welcome.


Call for Submissions

The College Meeting for Worship Cabinet is looking for student work such as poems, spoken word, or short stories to read at the Christmas Candlelight Service on December 12. The service is organized around the themes of suffering, anticipation, healing, giving and transformation, and pieces should deal with one of those topics. Pieces should be short (1-2 minutes long). Contact Leah Johnson lejohns15@earlham.edu for more information.


Senate/Recording Clerk Application

Apply for the positions of Earlham Student Government's Senate Clerk and Recording Clerk. The Senate Clerk is in charge of preparing the senate agenda, serves as facilitator and is responsible for the senate mailing list. The Recording Clerk is in charge of recording minutes for each Senate session and providing those to the Senate Clerk. The application is due by Friday, December 9th, at 9:00 p.m. Application link: goo.gl/3l6fIp


Student Employment Workshop for Supervisors: Posting Jobs

As this semester draws to a close, many of us are looking ahead to the spring -- and for some, that means posting open student employment positions. The CCCE will offer two workshops for on-campus supervisors on how to post jobs for students in Symplicity. The first workshop will be on Wednesday, December 7, at 10:00 a.m. in the CCCE Commons. The second session will be Friday, December 9, at 3:00 p.m. in the LBC 103 computer lab. We welcome you to bring your own device to either session in order to follow along with the presenter in posting your jobs. Faculty and staff are also invited to stop by the CCCE's open hours, every Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. in the CCCE Commons.


Earlham Excursion to Freedom Center in Cincinnati

Students can reserve a space for a trip to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Saturday, December 3, from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. The trip is free of charge and available to the first 10 students who register. For more information and to register, visit <www.earlham.edu/earlham-excursions>.


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