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January 20, 2017
The Earlham College Board of Trustees has named Alan C. Price ’88 the College’s 18th president. He most recently served as the Associate Director of Management for the Peace Corps as well as the Acting Chief of Staff for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service in Washington, D.C. An expert in change management and leadership development, Price joined Earlham’s Board of Trustees in July 2016. He will take office on July 1, 2017.
An anonymous donor has given Earlham College a surprise gift of $1 million for student scholarships. The funds were delivered in the form of a grant from Our Giving Tree, a donor-advised account at the Chicago Community Foundation. The College is working with that organization to allocate the gift a... READ MORE
A team of Earlham students has won a national recognition for its efforts to challenge violent extremism and dehumanization online. READ MORE
A historic farm in northwestern Indiana that was bequeathed to Earlham College will be auctioned later this month with proceeds supporting the natural sciences. READ MORE
One of Schubert’s most famous song cycles exploring the depths of love, longing and loss in a winter landscape, presented by Earlham music faculty members William Culverhouse, baritone; and Christine Rogan, piano. READ MORE
Step Afrika! was founded in 1994 as the first professional company dedicated to the tradition of stepping. It now ranks as one of the top 10 African American dance companies in the United States. READ MORE
Linda Sarsour is a working woman, racial justice and civil rights activist, and every Islamophobe’s worst nightmare. Ambitious, outspoken and independent, Sarsour shatters stereotypes of Muslim women. READ MORE