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SHOW YOUR EARLHAM LOVE ON APRIL 18

Unite. Give. Inspire. It's Earlham Day 2018!

This 27-hour celebration of Earlham, now in its fourth year, brings all Earlhamites together in love and support of the College. This year's participation goals are ambitious, but will unlock the largest Earlham Day challenge gift ever — $250,000 for the Earlham Fund!

FIRST EPIC YEAR
The EPIC Advantage, the offer to every student of a funded summer internship, project or collaborative research experience, is paying dividends as the signature component of the Earlham experience.
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HULT PRIZE 2018
Two teams of Earlham College students will compete in this month's regional finals of the Hult Prize, the world's largest student competition for the social good.
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EARLHAM REAFFIRMS SUPPORT FOR RIGHTS TO CIVIL PROTEST
In the wake of organized action by students and educators across the United States calling for an end to gun violence in our nation's schools, Earlham College reaffirms to the community about its commitment to upholding First Amendment rights.
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SOCIAL ENTERPRISE WINS INTERNATIONAL AWARD
Bean Voyage, a non-profit social enterprise founded by young Earlham College graduates, has won the Grand Prize in the Facebook Social Entrepreneurship Award.
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CARL NAMED INTERIM DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
Peggy Carl, a veteran Division III coach, athletics director and administrator with nearly 30 total years of experience, has been named interim director of athletics.
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STUDENT NAMED VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR
Being a man of his word is important to Charles Davis '18, and that trait helped him to be named Volunteer of the Year by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Wayne County.
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EARLHAMITES IN THE NEWS

  • Two Earlhamite brothers, Day `76 and George `82 Lancaster, used their Japanese Studies experiences at Earlham as a major part of their careers linking Japanese investors with opportunities in Georgia.
  • Janet Fiskio `92 traces her commitment to social justice to her time at Earlham College. It is serving her well in her current work in Africatown, Alabama, where she is leading an Oberlin program in Environmental Justice and Local Knowledge.
  • Brandon McClendon `17 draws from his Bonner Scholars experience in his work as a counselor and teaching assistant.
  • Mat Johnson `93 was one of several national personalities featured in a series of videos on multiracial identity among the "Loving Generation," a group of Americans born to one black parent and one white parent after the groundbreaking Loving v. Virginia decision.
  • John Fitzgerald `74 was recognized as an Eco-Champion by PEER: Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, for his persistance to bring attention to environmental issues with his employer's projects.

TOKYO RECEPTION WITH ALAN PRICE

Saturday, April 7
11:00 a.m.

Mori No Kaze Restaurant
at Waseda University

 

EARLHAM DAY REGIONAL EVENTS

Wednesday, April 18
Times vary

Nearly twenty locations across the country.

 

LANDRUM BOLLING CAMPUS MEMORIAL

Saturday, June 2
2:00 p.m.

Stout Meetinghouse
at Earlham College

#EARLHAMEVERYWHERE
What happens when Earlhamites travel across the country? They seek out and reunite with other alumni! Fred McClure `84 was in Indianapolis on business and got together with Tony Brown `87, Kenneth Riggins `84 and Robert Faulkens `84 recently.
#EARLHAMEVERYWHERE
At Belle Grove Plantation in Virginia, Kristen Laise `93 was delighted to welcome President James Madison interpreter John Douglas Hall `71, and David Stegmaier `70. John Douglas and Dave realized they had been in the same EC poli sci class.
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