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Abhinav Khanal
Politician in Training

Abhinav Khanal ’16, a Politics major, wants to become a politician in his native Nepal and change the current unstable political situation in Nepal and South Asia. Like Khanal, Earlhamites pursue personal achievement while being socially concerned about the greater good. Thirty percent of Earlham graduates believe that most or all of their work is geared toward social change.

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Becky Ioppolo
Real-World Confidence

Becky Ioppolo’s ’13 Earlham experience pointed her toward different fields and ways of thinking. And it gave her courage, all of which has proven helpful.

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Alexis Warren
Hurricane Alexis

When Alexis Warren ’21 visited Earlham as a prospective student she thought, "Too good to be true."

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