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Next #LifeAfterEarlham Photo Shoot

Seniors, we want to celebrate your accomplishments. Anyone who has already lined up an opportunity for after graduation (for example a job, internship, acceptance into a grad program, or a year of service), is invited to participate in our #LifeAfterEarlham photo series. You'll get a professional head shot and a feature on the website and our Facebook page. The photo shoot takes place on Wednesday, March 27th, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. in Carpenter 406. If you have questions please reach out to Lea, <staedle@earlham.edu>.


Hospitalite (2009 Comedy) “Kantai”

The next film in our International Film Series is on Monday, April 1st, at 7:00 p.m., in LBC 105. A Japanese film with English subtitles directed by Koji Fukuda, the film follows the follies that ensue when a man and his wife shack up with a family that owns a printing press in their building. The husband takes it over, and the couple begin inviting a motley crew of friends. The film is the winner of Best Film at the Tokyo International Film Festival. Sponsored by the EC Japanese Language and Linguistics Program and the EC Department of Languages and Cultures. Everyone is welcome. For more information, contact Aya at <yamakay@earlham.edu>.


New Student Orientation Leaders Wanted

The New Student Orientation Student Staff application is now open. Please apply online through Handshake or email <NSO@earlham.edu> no later than 5:00 p.m., on Wednesday, April 3rd. If you have any questions, please email <ikramla@earlham.edu>.


Sing with Us During the Transgender Singing Voice Conference

Want a fun way to sing and engage in some beautiful activism? As part of the Transgender Singing Voice Conference, we will be singing through some wonderful choral compositions written by, for and about trans/non-binary folks, honoring and amplifying their voices. If you'd like to sing with us on Saturday, March 30th, find details and RSVP online at: <https://goo.gl/forms/UUfVDpYsTMsqAxwp1>. You also are welcome to attend our conference sessions free, as a part of the EC Community. Register online at: <https://www.eventbrite.com/e/transgender-singing-voice-conference-registration-53542068769>.


Conservation Biology in Action: Symposium at Earlham College

Are you interested in biology, conservation, environmental sustainability or any career related to the environment? Join us, do some networking and hear how some of our alumni are making a difference. Karlina Merkens '04, Daniel Greene '04, Dotty Holcomb Doherty '79 and Jonathan Doherty '80 are coming to share their experiences in and with conservation, and talk about their career paths and opportunities. This will take place on Saturday, March 30th, at 2:30 - 3:30 p.m., in CST 103. Contact Wendy P Tori at <toriwe@arlham.edu> for questions.


Deadline for Border Studies Program Extended

The deadline for the Border Studies Program for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 has been extended. Join us in Tucson for a transformative educational experience as we engage alongside communities in struggle with the salient issues emerging at the border. For more information, please visit the Center for Global Education and check our website at <http://earlham.edu/border-studies>. Apply today.


Egypt and Beaver Escape Room

Do you want to save the world's most complete giant beaver skeleton before it becomes toast or rescue the scarab stolen from our mummy, Ta'an? You will have 60 minutes to crack codes, find clues, solve puzzles, and unravel these mysteries. This isn't an average weekend activity, this is a fast-paced challenge for people who like to solve mysteries and puzzles. Each game can accommodate up to eight people, so sign up early. Tickets are $10/person. Recommended for ages 11+. The breakouts start at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, March 29th and 30th. Please arrive promptly in the Joseph Moore Museum Lobby. Register online at: <https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=900ad7>.


Admissions Fellowship for Earlham's Graduate Programs in Education

Seniors, get a jump start on a career in higher education. Earlham's Graduate Programs in Education have an admissions internship position for a graduate who is interested in earning an M.Ed. while learning how graduate admissions works. Interested? Look on Handshake <https://bit.ly/2HsYS6c> and/or learn more by emailing <gpe@earlham.edu>.


Lace Up With Lax

Please donate a new pair of children's shoes to help support kids in the Montgomery County area. Shoes will be collected on the second floor of the Athletics and Wellness Center (AWC) in the men's lacrosse office during regular business hours until Wednesday, April 3rd. Lace Up with Lax began at Pope High School in Atlanta, Georgia. More than 5,000 pairs of shoes have been donated to homeless shelters throughout the United States. Please visit <www.laceupwithlax.org> for more information.


Student Art Show

This semester's student art show, "Works in Progress," is on view in Leeds Gallery in Runyan Center. The exhibit features work from this semester's art classes in painting, drawing, fibers, photography, metals and ceramics. Classes will be de-installing their work on March 28th & 29th.


Transgender Singing Voice Conference Worship Service

Join us for a Worship Service for the Transgender Singing Voice Conference. It will be held on the Earlham School of Religion's campus in Quigg Worship Room on Saturday, March 30th, from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Quigg Worship Room is located in the Earlham School of Religion classroom building. When you walk in, Quigg is to the left. There will be a hymn song, scripture, and a short sermon.


Wall Passes Are $10

Now that it’s getting a bit warmer, wall passes are getting cheaper and the climbing wall will be open more. The semester passes have gone down to $10 and our hours are 4 - 6 p.m. and 7 - 9 p.m., Monday to Thursday, climb is every Friday from 4 - 6 p.m., and we’re also open Sunday from 3 - 5 p.m. If you have any questions feel free to email either Avery <aesaler17@earlham.edu> or Zack <zrsteve16@earlham.edu>. Climb on.


Interested in a Campus Repair Shop

Got a broken zipper? A favorite pair of jeans or a shirt with holes? The Student Sustainability Corps (SSC) is interested in creating a repair shop in Dennis Hall where you would have the tools to fix your possessions. Please give us some feedback on how you’d like the space to be organized and what resources we could provide by filling out the online survey at: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdJKv-dmkj2oG9HwjPLzkagX9BtpFklRJvM407EeTyq8h-Dmg/viewform?usp=sf_link>.


Building an Edible Landscape on Campus

What if you could pick fresh herbs or berries outside your dorm room? What if healthy food was accessible during your commute to class? The Student Sustainability Corps is interested in transforming the campus from planting seasonal flowers and bushes with edible ones instead. Using untraditional spaces such as the medians of parking lots and the landscaping in front of and behind academic buildings. If you'd be interested in volunteering with us or expanding on the idea, please take a moment to fill out the online survey at: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc4cmE18hUnl6oBTG98O2ZDQNqknuhKYibGdVGonF8KmDCYyA/viewform?usp=sf_link>.


National Public Health Week Events

National Public Health Week will be April 1st-April 5th and we have many exciting events taking place. Please look for more information about these upcoming events. Screening of the movie Gattaca followed by a facilitated discussion on April 1st. Community Medicine Program Launch with CGH Co-Directors and Dr. Emily Kraft on April 2nd. The Health and Wellness Fair on April 4th in AWC. A Health and Nutrition presentation by Dr. Kerry Flanagan (EC '12) on Friday, April 5th


Watch a Film and Get $5

Veggie Club is screening the documentary "Dominion (2018)" on Saturday, March 3th, @ 8 pm in LBC 105. Come, sign in and enjoy free brownies/popcorn while you watch. When the film ends, sign out and we will pay you $5 cash. Email <wconst17@earlham.edu> for questions.


Richmond Photography Exhibit

The 2019 Richmond Columbian Properties Photography Exhibit is on view from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on March 23rd, 24th, 30th and 31st, and April 6th at 204 North 10th Street (enter on the north side of the building). The exhibit features 49 photos by 19 artists, including work by last year's EC Art major, Rebecca Haflich, and EC photo instructor Walt Bistline.


Aquí y allá, Film in Spanish

Aquí y allá (Here and There) is the next film in Earlham's 2019 International Film Series. See it on Wednesday, March 27th, at 7:00 p.m. in LBC 105. This 2012 drama directed by Antonio Méndez Esparza is about a Mexican immigrant, Pedro, who returns home to a small village in Guerrero, Mexico, after years of working in the U.S. and struggles to rebuild his family and follow his dream of starting a band, the Copa Kings. The film won the International Critics' Week Grand Prize at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. For information: <cellapa@earlham.edu>.


Betsy Schlaback Presentation "Black Women, Crime, and Police Brutality in the Windy City, 1925-1968"

Come and listen to Betsy Schlabach's presentation on "Black Women, Crime, and Police Brutality in the Windy City, 1925-1968." She will speak at noon on Friday, March 29th, in LBC 208. Pizza will be served


Grief Support Group

Anyone who is trying to heal from a loss is invited to attend a grief support group which will start up again March 28th and meet weekly on Thursdays at 4 p.m. in the living room of Virginia Cottage. The group is facilitated by Kelly Burk, Office of Religious Life who can be reached at ext. 1386 or <burkke@earlham.edu>.


Progressive Dinner

Enjoy a (free) five-course meal progressively hosted by Religious Life Groups and Houses. We will be begin at The Heart on Friday, March 29th, at 6:00 p.m. We hope you can join us. If you have questions, please contact Ikram at <ikramla@earlham.edu> or ext. 1875.


Senior Flute Recital

Welcome the spring with some fresh and fun flute music. Join Lydia Evans ('19 Environmental Studies and Psychology) for a recital at Bethany Seminary, Nicarry Chapel, on Sunday, March 31st, 3 - 4 pm.


Next #LifeAfterEarlham Photo Shoot

Seniors, we want to celebrate your accomplishments. Anyone who has already lined up an opportunity for after graduation (for example a job, internship, acceptance into a grad program, or a year of service), is invited to participate in our #LifeAfterEarlham photo series. You'll get a professional head shot and a feature on the website and our Facebook page. The photo shoot takes place on Wednesday, March 27th, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. in Carpenter 406. If you have questions please reach out to Lea, <staedle@earlham.edu>.


Senior EPIC Applications Due Soon

Seniors, we will be accepting Senior EPIC applications until Friday, April 5th, at 11:59 p.m. Experiences must be completed by Friday, May 3rd. Applications should be submitted three weeks prior to the start of your experience. You can find the application in Handshake under the "Jobs" section. Please contact Corey Fritz <fritzco@earlham.edu> with questions.


Hospitalite (2009 Comedy) “Kantai”

The next film in our International Film Series is on Monday, April 1st, at 7:00 p.m., in LBC 105. A Japanese film with English subtitles directed by Koji Fukuda, the film follows the follies that ensue when a man and his wife shack up with a family that owns a printing press in their building. The husband takes it over, and the couple begin inviting a motley crew of friends. The film is the winner of Best Film at the Tokyo International Film Festival. Sponsored by the EC Japanese Language and Linguistics Program and the EC Department of Languages and Cultures. Everyone is welcome. For more information, contact Aya at <yamakay@earlham.edu>.


New Student Orientation Leaders Wanted

The New Student Orientation Student Staff application is now open. Please apply online through Handshake or email <NSO@earlham.edu> no later than 5:00 p.m., on Wednesday, April 3rd. If you have any questions, please email <ikramla@earlham.edu>.


Sing with Us During the Transgender Singing Voice Conference

Want a fun way to sing and engage in some beautiful activism? As part of the Transgender Singing Voice Conference, we will be singing through some wonderful choral compositions written by, for and about trans/non-binary folks, honoring and amplifying their voices. If you'd like to sing with us on Saturday, March 30th, find details and RSVP online at: <https://goo.gl/forms/UUfVDpYsTMsqAxwp1>. You also are welcome to attend our conference sessions free, as a part of the EC Community. Register online at: <https://www.eventbrite.com/e/transgender-singing-voice-conference-registration-53542068769>.


Conservation Biology in Action: Symposium at Earlham College

Are you interested in biology, conservation, environmental sustainability or any career related to the environment? Join us, do some networking and hear how some of our alumni are making a difference. Karlina Merkens '04, Daniel Greene '04, Dotty Holcomb Doherty '79 and Jonathan Doherty '80 are coming to share their experiences in and with conservation, and talk about their career paths and opportunities. This will take place on Saturday, March 30th, at 2:30 - 3:30 p.m., in CST 103. Contact Wendy P Tori at <toriwe@arlham.edu> for questions.


Deadline for Border Studies Program Extended

The deadline for the Border Studies Program for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 has been extended. Join us in Tucson for a transformative educational experience as we engage alongside communities in struggle with the salient issues emerging at the border. For more information, please visit the Center for Global Education and check our website at <http://earlham.edu/border-studies>. Apply today.


Egypt and Beaver Escape Room

Do you want to save the world's most complete giant beaver skeleton before it becomes toast or rescue the scarab stolen from our mummy, Ta'an? You will have 60 minutes to crack codes, find clues, solve puzzles, and unravel these mysteries. This isn't an average weekend activity, this is a fast-paced challenge for people who like to solve mysteries and puzzles. Each game can accommodate up to eight people, so sign up early. Tickets are $10/person. Recommended for ages 11+. The breakouts start at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, March 29th and 30th. Please arrive promptly in the Joseph Moore Museum Lobby. Register online at: <https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=900ad7>.


Admissions Fellowship for Earlham's Graduate Programs in Education

Seniors, get a jump start on a career in higher education. Earlham's Graduate Programs in Education have an admissions internship position for a graduate who is interested in earning an M.Ed. while learning how graduate admissions works. Interested? Look on Handshake <https://bit.ly/2HsYS6c> and/or learn more by emailing <gpe@earlham.edu>.


Lace Up With Lax

Please donate a new pair of children's shoes to help support kids in the Montgomery County area. Shoes will be collected on the second floor of the Athletics and Wellness Center (AWC) in the men's lacrosse office during regular business hours until Wednesday, April 3rd. Lace Up with Lax began at Pope High School in Atlanta, Georgia. More than 5,000 pairs of shoes have been donated to homeless shelters throughout the United States. Please visit <www.laceupwithlax.org> for more information.


Student Art Show

This semester's student art show, "Works in Progress," is on view in Leeds Gallery in Runyan Center. The exhibit features work from this semester's art classes in painting, drawing, fibers, photography, metals and ceramics. Classes will be de-installing their work on March 28th & 29th.


Transgender Singing Voice Conference Worship Service

Join us for a Worship Service for the Transgender Singing Voice Conference. It will be held on the Earlham School of Religion's campus in Quigg Worship Room on Saturday, March 30th, from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Quigg Worship Room is located in the Earlham School of Religion classroom building. When you walk in, Quigg is to the left. There will be a hymn song, scripture, and a short sermon.


Wall Passes Are $10

Now that it’s getting a bit warmer, wall passes are getting cheaper and the climbing wall will be open more. The semester passes have gone down to $10 and our hours are 4 - 6 p.m. and 7 - 9 p.m., Monday to Thursday, climb is every Friday from 4 - 6 p.m., and we’re also open Sunday from 3 - 5 p.m. If you have any questions feel free to email either Avery <aesaler17@earlham.edu> or Zack <zrsteve16@earlham.edu>. Climb on.


Interested in a Campus Repair Shop

Got a broken zipper? A favorite pair of jeans or a shirt with holes? The Student Sustainability Corps (SSC) is interested in creating a repair shop in Dennis Hall where you would have the tools to fix your possessions. Please give us some feedback on how you’d like the space to be organized and what resources we could provide by filling out the online survey at: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdJKv-dmkj2oG9HwjPLzkagX9BtpFklRJvM407EeTyq8h-Dmg/viewform?usp=sf_link>.


Building an Edible Landscape on Campus

What if you could pick fresh herbs or berries outside your dorm room? What if healthy food was accessible during your commute to class? The Student Sustainability Corps is interested in transforming the campus from planting seasonal flowers and bushes with edible ones instead. Using untraditional spaces such as the medians of parking lots and the landscaping in front of and behind academic buildings. If you'd be interested in volunteering with us or expanding on the idea, please take a moment to fill out the online survey at: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc4cmE18hUnl6oBTG98O2ZDQNqknuhKYibGdVGonF8KmDCYyA/viewform?usp=sf_link>.


National Public Health Week Events

National Public Health Week will be April 1st-April 5th and we have many exciting events taking place. Please look for more information about these upcoming events. Screening of the movie Gattaca followed by a facilitated discussion on April 1st. Community Medicine Program Launch with CGH Co-Directors and Dr. Emily Kraft on April 2nd. The Health and Wellness Fair on April 4th in AWC. A Health and Nutrition presentation by Dr. Kerry Flanagan (EC '12) on Friday, April 5th


Black Men United Fundraiser

Black Men United (BMU) will be collecting unused toiletry items such as personal hygiene products, hair brushes/combs, sanitary pads, etc. and cash donations for the youth across Wayne County. These items will be donated in honor of the late Nicole Hampton, a true giver of her community. BMU will be collecting these items in Runyan beginning today, Friday, March 22nd, through Friday, April 26th, from 12:00-12:30 p.m. There will also be a donation box in the Athletics Office. We encourage you to be a part of an amazing initiative to enrich the lives of our area youth.


Watch a Film and Get $5

Veggie Club is screening the documentary "Dominion (2018)" on Saturday, March 3th, @ 8 pm in LBC 105. Come, sign in and enjoy free brownies/popcorn while you watch. When the film ends, sign out and we will pay you $5 cash. Email <wconst17@earlham.edu> for questions.


Beaver Escape Room

You will have 60 minutes to crack codes, find clues, solve puzzles and save the world's most complete giant beaver skeleton before it becomes toast. This isn't an average weekend activity, this is a 60-minute challenge for people who like to solve mysteries and puzzles. The escape room sessions start at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday night (April 12th and 13th). Tickets are $10 per person. Recommended for ages 11+. Please arrive promptly in the Joseph Moore Museum Lobby. Register here: <https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=900ad7>.


Egypt Escape Room

Can you rescue the scarab stolen from our mummy, Ta'an? You will have 60 minutes to crack codes, find clues, solve puzzles and unravel this Egyptian mystery. This isn't an average weekend activity--this is a fast-paced challenge for people who like to solve mysteries and puzzles. The escape room sessions start at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday night (April 12th and 13th). Each game can accommodate up to eight people, so sign up early. Tickets are $10 per person. Recommended for ages 11+. Please arrive promptly in the Joseph Moore Museum Lobby. Register here: <https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=900ad7>


Richmond Photography Exhibit

The 2019 Richmond Columbian Properties Photography Exhibit is on view from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on March 23rd, 24th, 30th and 31st, and April 6th at 204 North 10th Street (enter on the north side of the building). The exhibit features 49 photos by 19 artists, including work by last year's EC Art major, Rebecca Haflich, and EC photo instructor Walt Bistline.


Aquí y allá, Film in Spanish

Aquí y allá (Here and There) is the next film in Earlham's 2019 International Film Series. See it on Wednesday, March 27th, at 7:00 p.m. in LBC 105. This 2012 drama directed by Antonio Méndez Esparza is about a Mexican immigrant, Pedro, who returns home to a small village in Guerrero, Mexico, after years of working in the U.S. and struggles to rebuild his family and follow his dream of starting a band, the Copa Kings. The film won the International Critics' Week Grand Prize at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. For information: <cellapa@earlham.edu>.


Betsy Schlaback Presentation "Black Women, Crime, and Police Brutality in the Windy City, 1925-1968"

Come and listen to Betsy Schlabach's presentation on "Black Women, Crime, and Police Brutality in the Windy City, 1925-1968." She will speak at noon on Friday, March 29th, in LBC 208. Pizza will be served


Grief Support Group

Anyone who is trying to heal from a loss is invited to attend a grief support group which will start up again March 28th and meet weekly on Thursdays at 4 p.m. in the living room of Virginia Cottage. The group is facilitated by Kelly Burk, Office of Religious Life who can be reached at ext. 1386 or <burkke@earlham.edu>.


Progressive Dinner

Enjoy a (free) five-course meal progressively hosted by Religious Life Groups and Houses. We will be begin at The Heart on Friday, March 29th, at 6:00 p.m. We hope you can join us. If you have questions, please contact Ikram at <ikramla@earlham.edu> or ext. 1875.


Senior Flute Recital

Welcome the spring with some fresh and fun flute music. Join Lydia Evans ('19 Environmental Studies and Psychology) for a recital at Bethany Seminary, Nicarry Chapel, on Sunday, March 31st, 3 - 4 pm.


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