Wild Staff

Zoe is a senior neuroscience major and biology-lover.  Despite being from the relatively flat and lake-less Indiana, she is an involved backpacker and canoeist.  This year she is also delving for the first time into rock climbing--so while she may be teaching you how to strap on a 40 lb backpack one day, she may be clinging to the rock wall beside you in the intro climbing course the next. She is always looking to learn and laugh, so don't be afraid to share your fun facts or stories!


Regan Lowring is a Sophomore Environmental Studies major. He has participated in August Wilderness on one of the water brigades. He has also participated on Outdoor Trip Leadership and the Wilderness First Responder/Advanced Field Practicum May Term. He is super excited to be able to lead trips at Earlham.

Regan Lowring Pic

LilyI'm excited to be on Wall Staff again! Last semester was my first time teaching an Indoor Gym Climbing course and I loved it. Last semester I also took the Outdoor Rock Instructor course as well as the Outdoor Trip Leadership course. I would love to have more experience teaching, leading trips and climbing outdoors. I'll be abroad in New Zealand this Spring and hope to continue my rock climbing endeavors there. I love being a part of Earlham's outdoor education program and I am excited to continue learning from my peers and new experiences. See you at the wall!

I grew up in New York City and found my love for the outdoors in high school while I spent a semester in Leadville, Colorado at an outdoor education focused school. Here at Earlham I've participated in August Wilderness, Dog Sledding with Outward Bound, the Outdoor Rock Instructor course, Outdoor Trip Leadership, the Advanced Field Practicum/Wilderness First Responder May term, I have taught an Indoor Gym Climbing class and plan to lead August Wilderness one day. I look forward to my current position as the liaison between Earlham College and Richmond High School in our new partnership with their Outing Club and to continuing to be a member of our Outdoors Club steering committee. I'm also super excited to explore more of the outdoors during my Spring Semester in New Zealand.


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