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First Spectrum Meeting

Spectrum, Earlham's LGBTQ* club, will have its first meeting on Tuesday, September 2, at 9:00 p.m., in Orchard Room in Runyan Center. Anyone interested, allies included, is welcome to come. Email Laura Honsig at <llhonsig13@earlham.edu> with any questions.


Positions Available: Alumni Student Ambassadors

Want to have fun and meet interesting Earlhamites — while earning a paycheck? Alumni Student Ambassadors are student leaders who represent Earlham at Homecoming and Reunion Weekend (October 24-26, 2014), and assist the Alumni Office with other tasks as available throughout the academic year. This job is available to students with and without work-study awards. You will receive an Earlham shirt or sweatshirt to be worn during the weekend that will be yours to keep. Apply through Moodle before September 5, 2014. If you have questions, contact Ellen Blevens at <bleveel@earlham.edu>.


Preschool Story Time at Joseph Moore Museum

Preschool Story time is back for the fall semester at the Joseph Moore Museum. All 3-5 year olds and their parents are welcome at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, September 2, in the museum to learn about frogs and toads though stories, games and live amphibians. Preschool story time is the first and third Tuesday of each month throughout the academic year with new themes and topics each week. For more information, contact Emily McGrew at <ermcgrew11@earlham.edu>.


Auditions for the Fall Theatre Production

The Theatre Arts Department is seeking five men and five women to play more than 80 roles in "The Laramie Project." General auditions (open to students, faculty, staff and community members) will be Monday and Tuesday, September 1-2. Sign up for a half-hour audition slot on the board across from the McDaniel Studio Theatre in the new Center for the Visual and Performing Arts. Callbacks will be held Wednesday evening, September 3. Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m., on October 31, and November 1, 7 and 8. Rehearsals are scheduled Monday through Thursday evenings (and actors are only called as needed for rehearsals.) For more information, contact director Lynne Perkins Socey at <perkily@earlham.edu>.


Handling Stress

Stress is the response the body gives to stimuli in life. As a new year begins at Earlham, all students face various stressors, including academics, jobs, friends, athletics, relationships and being away from home. There are multiple ways to manage stress: spend time with friends, eat balanced meals, take a walk outside, set aside time for fun, get physical exercise, manage time wisely or come to counseling services for further assistance and tips. For more information, contact counselor Jennifer Caudill at <caudije@earlham.edu>.


First Spectrum Meeting

Spectrum, Earlham's LGBTQ* club, will have its first meeting on Tuesday, September 2, at 9:00 p.m., in Orchard Room in Runyan Center. Anyone interested, allies included, is welcome to come. Email Laura Honsig at <llhonsig13@earlham.edu> with any questions.


Positions Available: Alumni Student Ambassadors

Want to have fun and meet interesting Earlhamites — while earning a paycheck? Alumni Student Ambassadors are student leaders who represent Earlham at Homecoming and Reunion Weekend (October 24-26, 2014), and assist the Alumni Office with other tasks as available throughout the academic year. This job is available to students with and without work-study awards. You will receive an Earlham shirt or sweatshirt to be worn during the weekend that will be yours to keep. Apply through Moodle before September 5, 2014. If you have questions, contact Ellen Blevens at <bleveel@earlham.edu>.


Preschool Story Time at Joseph Moore Museum

Preschool Story time is back for the fall semester at the Joseph Moore Museum. All 3-5 year olds and their parents are welcome at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, September 2, in the museum to learn about frogs and toads though stories, games and live amphibians. Preschool story time is the first and third Tuesday of each month throughout the academic year with new themes and topics each week. For more information, contact Emily McGrew at <ermcgrew11@earlham.edu>.


Auditions for the Fall Theatre Production

The Theatre Arts Department is seeking five men and five women to play more than 80 roles in "The Laramie Project." General auditions (open to students, faculty, staff and community members) will be Monday and Tuesday, September 1-2. Sign up for a half-hour audition slot on the board across from the McDaniel Studio Theatre in the new Center for the Visual and Performing Arts. Callbacks will be held Wednesday evening, September 3. Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m., on October 31, and November 1, 7 and 8. Rehearsals are scheduled Monday through Thursday evenings (and actors are only called as needed for rehearsals.) For more information, contact director Lynne Perkins Socey at <perkily@earlham.edu>.


Handling Stress

Stress is the response the body gives to stimuli in life. As a new year begins at Earlham, all students face various stressors, including academics, jobs, friends, athletics, relationships and being away from home. There are multiple ways to manage stress: spend time with friends, eat balanced meals, take a walk outside, set aside time for fun, get physical exercise, manage time wisely or come to counseling services for further assistance and tips. For more information, contact counselor Jennifer Caudill at <caudije@earlham.edu>.


First Spectrum Meeting

Spectrum, Earlham's LGBTQ* club, will have its first meeting on Tuesday, September 2, at 9:00 p.m., in Orchard Room in Runyan Center. Anyone interested, allies included, is welcome to come. Email Laura Honsig at <llhonsig13@earlham.edu> with any questions.


Graduate School + You: Finding the Next Step in Your Path

Are you thinking about furthering your education? Do you have questions about how graduate education fits into your career path? Come to the CIL Commons on the Landrum Bolling Center's first floor on Wednesday, September 10, either at Noon for lunch or at 4:00 p.m., to see the Graduate School + You webinar and think about future possibilities. For more information, contact Katie Elliott at <ellioka@earlham.edu>.


Exploration Workshop: Starting the Journey

After utilizing tools to answer questions about the future and listening to the unique paths of others, take time to reflect on the next steps of your own path at EC. Join the Career Advisers on Tuesday, September 23, in the CIL Commons on the Landrum Bolling Center's first floor at Noon for lunch to learn about major and career possibilities in each division. For more information, contact Katie Elliott at <ellioka@earlham.edu>.


Positions Available: Alumni Student Ambassadors

Want to have fun and meet interesting Earlhamites — while earning a paycheck? Alumni Student Ambassadors are student leaders who represent Earlham at Homecoming and Reunion Weekend (October 24-26, 2014), and assist the Alumni Office with other tasks as available throughout the academic year. This job is available to students with and without work-study awards. You will receive an Earlham shirt or sweatshirt to be worn during the weekend that will be yours to keep. Apply through Moodle before September 5, 2014. If you have questions, contact Ellen Blevens at <bleveel@earlham.edu>.


Preschool Story Time at Joseph Moore Museum

Preschool Story time is back for the fall semester at the Joseph Moore Museum. All 3-5 year olds and their parents are welcome at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, September 2, in the museum to learn about frogs and toads though stories, games and live amphibians. Preschool story time is the first and third Tuesday of each month throughout the academic year with new themes and topics each week. For more information, contact Emily McGrew at <ermcgrew11@earlham.edu>.


Auditions for the Fall Theatre Production

The Theatre Arts Department is seeking five men and five women to play more than 80 roles in "The Laramie Project." General auditions (open to students, faculty, staff and community members) will be Monday and Tuesday, September 1-2. Sign up for a half-hour audition slot on the board across from the McDaniel Studio Theatre in the new Center for the Visual and Performing Arts. Callbacks will be held Wednesday evening, September 3. Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m., on October 31, and November 1, 7 and 8. Rehearsals are scheduled Monday through Thursday evenings (and actors are only called as needed for rehearsals.) For more information, contact director Lynne Perkins Socey at <perkily@earlham.edu>.


Handling Stress

Stress is the response the body gives to stimuli in life. As a new year begins at Earlham, all students face various stressors, including academics, jobs, friends, athletics, relationships and being away from home. There are multiple ways to manage stress: spend time with friends, eat balanced meals, take a walk outside, set aside time for fun, get physical exercise, manage time wisely or come to counseling services for further assistance and tips. For more information, contact counselor Jennifer Caudill at <caudije@earlham.edu>.


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