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Eating Chocolate at the Equator

I’m going to write about somewhere other than the U.S. again, because you know, when I write about other places I really am writing about my own country.  1,122 more words

Love among the Friends – long concealed Quaker passion revealed in new book

Former Guilford College trustee and person of many parts, Ann Trueblood Raper, has written yet another book (this one following her National Continuing Care Directory: Comprehensive Information on Retirement Facilities and Communities Offering Prepaid Contracts for Long-Term Care… 283 more words

Coach Perry and the Hall of Fame

“Hard work, dedication, and sacrifice helped develop success as a football program, and now it has carried over to the golf program as we qualified for our third trip to the national championships this year.” 477 more words

Bringing Ecumenism Closer to Home

This essay is the second in a series about the 2014 Quaker Youth Pilgrimage. It is a component of the Quaker Fellows program at Earlham College. 611 more words

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Two By Two (Part 1): Gender and the Quaker Youth Pilgrimage

This essay is the fourth in a series about the 2014 Quaker Youth Pilgrimage and the first in a series about gender and Quakerism. It is a component of the Quaker Fellows program at Earlham College. 845 more words

Opinion