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Betsy Schlabach
Professor's book earns best of 2014 honors

Assistant Professor of History Betsy Schlabach’s first book, Along the Streets of Bronzeville: Black Chicago’s Literary Landscape, was named to the Chicago Book Review’s Best Books of 2014 in nonfiction.

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Rob Strobel
Business Leader

Rob Strobel '95 came to Earlham after serving in the U.S. Army during the Gulf War. He worked in management for the Kessler’s Sporting Goods chain and with the consulting firm Deloitte and Touche before joining Lithko in 2003.

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Sierra Newby-Smith
Revealing history

A self-described “history geek,” Sierra Newby-Smith always knew that history would be an important part of her education and career.

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