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Taylor Jeromos `14

TaylorjeromosTaylor Jeromos `14 majored in history and minored in museum studies at Earlham. While at the College, she was a member of various choral ensembles, including Madrigal Singers, Concert Choir, and New Measures. She worked as an Admission's Tour Guide, was a member of the Campus Life Advisory Committee, and was active in New Student Orientation, History Club, and the Earlham Historical Journal.

She’s pursuing an M.A. in history/museum studies at the University of Missouri - St. Louis, and will be the graduate research assistant in the Office of Public Programs and Community Outreach at the Contemporary Art Museum.

She currently lives in St. Louis and enjoys cooking and travelling. She began her term on the Alumni Council in 2015 where she is the convener of the Off-Campus Affairs Committee. Though she loves her post-Earlham life, she’ll never forget all the late night fun (and sometimes studying) with friends, her semester in London, and the insane amount of music rehearsals she attended during her four years.

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