Special Interest Clubs
Barn Manager: Lucy McAfee
Barn Director: Robert Lemon
Horse Care Manager: Megan Steinhiser
Barn Correspondent: Lucy Goode
Lesson Coordinator: Alix Cornett
Faculty Advisor - Cynthia Fadem
Website - https://earlham.edu/equestrian
Facebook - https://facebook.com/EarlhamEquestrian/
Instagram - https://instagram.com/earlhamequestrian
Whether “horse” is to you a hobby, a sport, a lifestyle or a mystery, here is the community to pique your curiosity and sustain your passion. The only entirely student-run cooperative collegiate equestrian program in the country, Earlham College Stables offers affordable lessons and boarding to students and the community. With recreational riding on school horses and a competitive hunt seat equestrian team both available to our Co-op members in addition to the lesson program, we are in the unique position of being able to welcome new members from the full spectrum of equine experiences. It is through the collective wisdom of that diversity that our program flourishes.
Conveners: Madeline Chomentowski and Eva Wetzel
Faculty Adviser: Jason Elliott
The Earlham Bike Co-op strives to create a bike-friendly community on Earlham's campus and in greater Richmond. Group bicycle rides are organized by the co-op and anyone of any skill or interest level is welcome to participate and be a part of the co-op.
Intro-level bicycle mechanic classes are given every semester and weekly mechanic hours are held to allow anyone to come learn how to fix bikes, do some tuning up on their own bikes, or just be around other people who love bikes! The co-op is located in the basement of Gurney House, 326 College Ave.
Conveners: Lillian Gray and Tabitha Walters
Business Manager: Tabitha Walters
Faculty Adviser: Vince Punzo
Brimley's is Earlham College's only entirely student-run a cappella group. We are an auditioned group of between 12 and 16 men and women, famous for our goofy concerts and dynamic personalities. All of our compositions are arranged by group members and they incorporate all voice parts as well as vocal percussion. We meet twice a week to rehearse for concerts, study-break appearances, and singing valentines.
The Crucible - Earlham's Literary Magazine
Conveners: Illianna Gonzalez-Soto and Maddie Gullion
Business Manager: Ethan Pickett
Faculty Adviser: Joann Quiñones
Conveners: Micaela Levesque and Victor Baker
Business Manager: Fawzia Istrabadi
Faculty Adviser: Mia Slayton
Conveners: Della Walters and Bethany Hartzell
Business Manager: Della Walters
Faculty Adviser: Judy Wojcik
Conveners: Cait Conley and Grace Beavin
Business Manager: Sage Weber-Shirk
Faculty Adviser: Nate Eastman
Convener: Chris Fletcher
Faculty Adviser: Jennie Kiffmeyer
Conveners: Daniel Noble and Geneva Bedell
Business Manager: Laurence Ruberl
Faculty Adviser: Seth Hopper
Conveners: Kudzai Mushonga-Hande and Tinotenda Chigasa
Business Manager: Michelle Yan
Faculty Adviser: Sarah White
Dance Alloy is a student-run, student-funded organization composed of people from all different dance backgrounds. For at least a decade, Dance Alloy has striven to bring together dancers from all backgrounds to allow individuals to work together as a collective whole. Each semester, our company successfully performs a full-scale production of works by students and faculty. For each of our performances, we encourage a variety of movement styles. Dance styles have ranged from abstract to modern, tap, swing, hip-hop, African, ballet and salsa. Dance Alloy's goal is to provide an artistic performance outlet for those interested in expressing themselves through movement. We do not exclude individuals on the basis of ability. All you have to have is the passion to move.
Earlham Film Project
Convener: Phan Lan and Hanh Le
Business Manager: Salma Khalaf & Ima Varghese Mac
Faculty Advisers: Max Paule
Conveners: Joseph Islam
Faculty Adviser: David Barbella
Earlham Historical Journal
Conveners: Hannah Lewis and Victoria Maras
Business Manager: Emily Rosenberg
Faculty Adviser: Ryan Murphy
The Earlham Historical Journal was founded by a group of students in December of 2008 to publish exceptional works of undergraduate historical writing at Earlham College. In the Fall semester, the Journal publishes selected works from the History Senior Seminar class; in the Spring semester, there is an open call for submissions from all Earlham students. The first issue of the Journal was published in May of 2009.
Earlham Student Government
Communications Co-Chairs: Anika Sullivan and Uyen Nguyen
Nominations Co-Chairs: Donna Tin Sun and Evan Feldberg-Bannatyne
Faculty Adviser: Alcioné Frederick
The Earlham Student Government (ESG) is responsible for representing the student body of the College. The organization is comprised of the Process Keepers, Student Organizations Council, Student Senate, and the Constitutional Review Committee.
Earlham Theater Company
Conveners: Spencer North and Brianna Miller
Business Manager: Grace Nickeson
Faculty Adviser: Lynne Perkins-Socey
The Mission of ETC is to provide a space for students interested in any areas of theatre including, but not limited to; acting, directing, producing, designing, and back stage assistance. The group offers the opportunity to increase students' knowledge through extracurricular activities such as: professional workshops and lectures, peer training, and the opportunity to create and present small pieces inside and outside of the institution.
Global Females in STEM
Conveners - Megan Bennett and Salma Khalaf
Business Manager - Krystal Lee
Faculty Adviser - Fariba Khoshfa
Conveners: Salma Khalaf and Riley Weisman
Faculty Advisers: Fariba Khoshfa
Conveners: Rosie Jacobs
Business Manager: Eva Wetzel
Faculty Adviser: Kimberly Reid
The Outdoors Club encourages enthusiasm for the outdoors and wilderness by promoting and sponsoring activities where participants gain first-hand experience. We hope to inspire people to lead trips or expeditions and to foster an appreciation of the unique attributes of outdoor activities. We also wish to serve as a resource and provide opportunities for fun.
Recording Arts Club
Conveners - Chris Dey and Sulay Ranjit
Business Manager - Chris Dey
Faculty Adviser - Forrest Tobey
Rose City Coffee Co-Op (Student Run Coffee Shop)
Conveners: Madeline Gullion and Aza Hurwitz
Founded in 2011 we are a totally student run coffee shop. We are advised by a small board of faculty and staff who help to educate us on business practices and legal issues related to running a business. We are open various hours throughout the week and on weekends we partner with other organizations to host game nights and open mics.
Society of Physics Students
Conveners: Laurence Ruberl
Business Manager: Geneva Bedell
Faculty Adviser: Alexander Yeagle
Sustainable Agriculture/Miller Farm
Faculty Adviser: Jamey Pavey
Vegg(IE) Intentional Eating
Conveners: Lauren Hanks and Alyssa Guritz
Business Manager: Adam Lewis Johnson
Faculty Adviser: Maggie Thomas
*Denotes all official student organizations recognized, and therefore funded by, Earlham Student Government.