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Sponsored Annual Activities


This annual event is typically held in the first month of the Fall semester, and brings musicians, comedians and other entertainers to campus. Other fun activities are also included during the event. Past years' guests have included The Roots, Old Crow Medicine Show and Reel Big Fish.


As part of the College's Homecoming festivities, the Office of Student Engagement and Runyan Center as well as the Student Activities Board sponsor the annual Homecoming Dance for students.


Every spring, students organize and participate in Harumatsuri (Spring Festival). Students perform Japanese dances and songs, prepare and serve Japanese food, demonstrate Japanese tea ceremony and martial arts, and share their passion for Japan with Earlham community



While students are preparing for the end of the Spring semester, the Office of Student Activities helps them to relax by hosting SpringFest each year. This outdoor event features fun activities like bouncy castles, an inflatable obstacle course, a popcorn stand, corn hole and pedal cars.

Late Night Breakfast

During final exams at the end of each semester, the Office of Student Activities hosts a late-night breakfast, prepared and served by faculty and staff.

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