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The interdepartmental Biochemistry program at Earlham College has been granted a full seven-year term of accreditation by The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB). READ MORE
Earlham College will award a $15,000 stipend, the result of a gift from the late Andy Cecere ’45. The recipient will be a member of the Class of 2019 and a finalist for the Watson Fellowship, and the gift will provide for a year of international travel in pursuit of a personal passion. READ MORE
In the 2019 edition of U.S. News and World Report’s annual “Best Colleges” guidebook, Earlham ranks 14th for value and 22nd for having a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching, a recognition reserved for just 33 liberal arts colleges. READ MORE
Caitlin Corrigan-Orosco ’19 was elected this summer to share the American view of migration and citizenship with scholars from around the world through an appointment with the International Political Science Association. READ MORE
When Don Pedro's newly victorious war band arrives at Leonato's home, there's cause for celebration. But a masquerade ball quickly turns into a wedding and then a funeral. READ MORE
The Flop House Podcast is friends who've decided to express that friendship by watching critical or commercial flops, and then discussing those terrible movies for you to enjoy. READ MORE
Originally from the Navajo Nation, Raven Chacon is a composer of chamber music, performer of experimental noise music, and an installation artist. He is the recipient of the United States Artists fellowship in Music. READ MORE
The Percussion and Jazz programs at Earlham College join forces for an emotionally driven performance featuring students, faculty and guest artists performing on a vast variety of musical instruments. READ MORE
Various small Earlham ensembles, including Earlham's string quartet, flute choir, brass and woodwind groups, and student soloists share their talents. READ MORE
The Earlham College Choir explores choral music written by composers alive today, acknowledging the traditional canon as well as expanding historical ideas of what choral music is meant to be. READ MORE
The Earlham Symphony presents works for the Western orchestra inspired by Asian cultures, including the 30-minute opera Savitroi by Gustav Holst with a story from the Indian epic — The Mahabharata. READ MORE
Gospel Revelations performs traditional and contemporary African American music, both a cappella and accompanied. Enjoy high energy, soulful gospel tunes. READ MORE
This is a collaborative project, bringing together people and various art forms in order to showcase the stories that we encounter at Earlham and stories of Earlham itself. READ MORE
Earlham’s Christmas Candlelight Service is a beautiful combination of scripture readings, congregational carols and Concert Choir selections. The service concludes with everyone lighting candles and luminaries around The Heart. READ MORE