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Homecoming 2023

Join the celebration on Oct. 12-15!

Class of 1983

We’re ready to welcome you back to campus, Class of 1983! Stay tuned to this page for more information as it’s announced. You’ll learn more about your reunion committee, see tentative reunion events and learn all the details necessary to start planning your trip back to Earlham. 

1983’s Homecoming Schedule

Check out what all we have in store for Homecoming! Click here for a PDF of the events we’re looking forward to!

Meet your reunion committee

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Jeanne Simon Angell

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Neil Levine (chair)

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Dan Nicholson

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Carol Daggy Pennock

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Ned Pennock

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Kristen Gustafson

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Allen McGrew

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Jim Nicholson

Tentative reunion events

Oct 11

Check-in to your hotel

It’s time to travel back to Richmond and start settling in.

Oct 14

Reunion Dinner

Join your class for dinner at The Gennett Mansion at 6 p.m. ET.

Learn more about homecoming at Earlham!

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Make your reunion gift today!

Reunion classes are raising money for current and future Earlhamites. Consider donating to help every student lead lives of passion and purpose. Stay turned to this page to learn more about donating to the Earlham Fund, and show your support for future Earlhamites.

Learn more about reunion planning

In 2024, we will be celebrating class years ending in 4 and 9. Stay tuned for more information about your reunion. It’s not too early to start planning! If you’re interested in learning more about planning your class reunion, contact Amber Hall, assistant director of alumni engagement, at [email protected].


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Alyssa Tegeler

Director of alumni engagement

For Homecoming questions

Amber Hall

Amber Hall

Assistant director of alumni engagement

For reunion questions

We continue to monitor the effects of an industrial fire 1.1 miles from campus.
We continue to monitor the effects of an industrial fire 1.1 miles from campus.