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Earlham College Sadler Stadium dedication

brightcove error: missing required parameter exp or exp3Earlham College holds ceremony to dedicate Sadler Stadium, Quakers’ new baseball home


7 Things We Want to Do as a Result of the #Aynahtrip

What’s education worth if it doesn’t lead you to new perspectives and action? We’re not really sure. So we asked students what they were inspired to do after a week of exploring cooperatives in North Carolina. 96 more words


Earlham students drawn to service, including Peace Corps

In this guest post, David Dawson, the president of Earlham College in Richmond, Ind., reflects on how the missions and goals of Earlham and the Peace Corps overlap, and the opportunities that service offers Earlham graduates.  251 more words


Climate Ride Midwest Report

Alexia Springer – sprinal@earlham.edu

Danielle Steele – steelda@earlham.edu

Climate Ride SEED Grant

Participating in Climate Ride Midwest is by far one of the best experiences professionally and personally one interested in cycling or sustainability can do. 281 more words

Paso a Paso Se Crea el Cambio - an Aynah led youth retreat in Costa Rica

Written by Abhi, Nicol, and SungHee, Aynah Chapter at Earlham Students

Photos by: Natalie Locke, Aynah Associate Director

When all of us were back at Earlham College, we spent several hours planning for the youth retreat that we were going to organize in the community. 925 more words


“Knots on a String” - Update from Costa Rica

Written by SungHee and Abhi, Aynah Chapter at Earlham students

After traveling for about 24 hours, we finally arrived in San Jose to stay with Esteban Arguedas and his family, who were generous to provide us with basic orientation of the city and some wonderful breakfast in the morning. 844 more words


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