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Black and Lavender Meetings

Black and Lavender, Earlham's Queer People of Colour (QPoC) group, will meet at 6:30 p.m. in the Spectrum Room on March 19th, April 2nd, and April 30th. Our primary purpose in Black and Lavender is to help QPoC practice radical self-love and heal from the everyday struggles of intersectional oppression. Come as you are able; this is a place for healing and relaxation, not meant to be another "to-do" thing on your lists. We will meet on Tuesdays from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., so you can drop in after dinner or before class/work if you need. For any questions, contact B&L co-conveners Yasmin Dasilva <ydasil15@earlham.edu> and Arish Mudra Rakshasa <araksh15@earlham.edu>.


EPIC Expo Submission Form Closing Soon

The submission form for EPIC Expo is closing on Wednesday, March 20th, at 11:59 p.m. Submit to share your work in a variety of ways, including panels, posters, presentations and workshops. Students, faculty and staff from all areas of the college are invited to participate. The submission form can be found here: <https://earlham.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4OTphG2HPy8Zyvz>. Contact Corey Fritz, <fritzco@earlham.edu>, or Maggie Thomas, <thomama@earlham.edu>, with questions.


#LifeAfterEarlham Photo Shoot

Seniors, we want to celebrate your accomplishments. Anyone who has already lined up an opportunity for after graduation (for example a job, internship, acceptance into a grad program, or a year of service), is invited to participate in our #LifeAfterEarlham photo series. You'll get a professional head shot and a feature on the website and our Facebook page. The photo shoot takes place on Tuesday, March 19th, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. in Carpenter 406. Can't make it? Don't worry, there will be more throughout the rest of the semester. If you have questions please reach out to Lea, <staedle@earlham.edu>.


Sign Up for Wilderness First Responder/First Aid Certification Courses

Do you lead groups off campus? Are you planning EPIC Advantage, fieldwork, work at a camp, or a personal trip this summer? Just want more life skills? Adequate First Aid training should be part of your plan. A Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course takes place at Earlham from May 13th-21st, and is taught by Stonehearth Open Learning Opportunities (SOLO), a globally recognized wilderness medicine school. The shorter Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course is available May 13th-14th, and also serves as a recertification course for previous WFR participants. Sign up for both courses at: <https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wilderness-first-aid-and-wilderness-first-responder-course-cpr-tickets-52371197662>. Students, faculty, staff and alumni can use the code ECWFR2019 to get the subsidized rates of $575 for WFR and $185 for WFA. Both certifications include CPR. Limited financial assistance is available for students. Contact Erik Baker <bakerer@earlham.edu> for more details.


Apply to Live in Environmental Sustainability House for 2019

The Environmental Sustainability House (Gurney) is accepting applications for Fall 2019. We are an intentional living learning community focused on living sustainably. Applications can be found online at: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1SRqSn1dST7pdhyH50Et0JDXbiM2l5GjIsn6AAHjT55s/edit?usp=sharing>. They are due no later than March 18th by 9 p.m.. For any further questions, please email <sganes15@earlham.edu>.


College Meeting for Worship

Nora Collins, senior HDSR major, will speak on “Vulnerability as Courage” at 1:00 p.m., on Sunday, March 24th, at Stout Meetinghouse. College Meeting for Worship is a weekly service in the semi-programmed style of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) that features a speaker, music, readings and open worship. Everyone is welcome.


Tea Time in Tyler

Take a break and come write a welcoming note to a few admitted students. Drink some tea, have a cookie, write a note — it's that simple. Be part of helping to yield the new class of Earlhamites. Tea Time in Tyler will be held Thursday, March 21st, from 4 p.m. - 5 p.m., in the welcome area of Tyler Hall and is open to teaching faculty, administrative faculty, staff and students. See you Thursday.


Femme STEM House Application

The application to live in Femme STEM House for Fall of 2019 is now open. If you are a femme-identifying, science-interested person who would enjoy living in a supportive community of other femme-identifying, science-interested people, we would love to see your application. Apply online by March 21st at: <https://goo.gl/forms/qAe67IY4pAZLluql2> or email Claire Rickerman at <cericke15@earlham.edu> for more information.


New Student Orientation Leaders Wanted

The New Student Orientation Student Staff application is now open. Please apply online through Handshake or email <NSO@earlham.edu> no later than 5:00 p.m., on Wednesday, April 3rd. If you have any questions, please email <ikramla@earlham.edu>.


Soprano/Flute Recital

Earlham soprano Danielle Cozart Steele and IU East flutist Jessica Raposo perform coloratura/flute works made famous by soprano Nellie Melba on Sunday, March 24th, at 4 p.m., at Lingle Recital Hall in the Center for the Visual and Performing Arts. The concert should last an hour or less. Families are welcome. Admission is free.


Collective Resistances and Communities of Change: Exploring the Contributions of Angela Davis

Sharon Lynette Jones, Ph.D., will speak on Wednesday, March 20th, at 7 p.m., in Dennis 110. This is a precursor event to the Convocation which will feature Angela Davis on April 3rd. Jones will discuss writings, interviews and other relevant sources in relationship to Angela Davis and social justice. Jones served as an assistant professor in the English Department at Earlham from 1998 – 2003. She is currently a professor of English language and literatures at Wright State University. Jones is editor of Conversations with Angela Davis (currently under a contract with University Press of Mississippi) and currently engaged in a book project (Resisting Injustice: Contemporary Views on Angela Davis), which is intended to be an edited book of essays. This event is sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.


Vigil at Stout Meetinghouse

Our hearts go out to the people of New Zealand, and particularly the families of those who were killed and injured. The Christchurch community has been a wonderful and welcoming community for our visiting students and faculty for many years, and it is devastating to see another community harmed by gun violence. We hold in the Light the entire Muslim community which has once again been targeted in an act of violence. Earlham's Office of Religious Life is offering a vigil at Noon on Monday, March 18th, for all who would like to gather for prayer, silent reflection and solidarity. Everyone is welcome.


Day of Mindfulness this Weekend

Join us at Mindfulness House (Garner House at 450 College Avenue) this Sunday, March 24th, for a Day of Mindfulness filled with mindful creativity and community. The activities will start around 10 a.m. and go to 4 p.m. Visit our Facebook for page for a more complete schedule and updates. Hope to see you all there. For questions, contact Lydia at <lkevans15@earlham.edu>.


Women’s Lacrosse is Back at Darrell Beane Stadium Tonight

Join the Earlham College women’s lacrosse team tonight at 7:00 p.m. down at Darrell Beane Stadium as it hosts Hanover College in a Heartland Collegiate Lacrosse Conference matchup. The Quakers have won three in a row and will be looking to make it four straight with a win tonight over the Panthers. Come out and support Earlham women’s lacrosse.


Black and Lavender Meetings

Black and Lavender, Earlham's Queer People of Colour (QPoC) group, will meet at 6:30 p.m. in the Spectrum Room on March 19th, April 2nd, and April 30th. Our primary purpose in Black and Lavender is to help QPoC practice radical self-love and heal from the everyday struggles of intersectional oppression. Come as you are able; this is a place for healing and relaxation, not meant to be another "to-do" thing on your lists. We will meet on Tuesdays from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., so you can drop in after dinner or before class/work if you need. For any questions, contact B&L co-conveners Yasmin Dasilva <ydasil15@earlham.edu> and Arish Mudra Rakshasa <araksh15@earlham.edu>.


EPIC Expo Submission Form Closing Soon

The submission form for EPIC Expo is closing on Wednesday, March 20th, at 11:59 p.m. Submit to share your work in a variety of ways, including panels, posters, presentations and workshops. Students, faculty and staff from all areas of the college are invited to participate. The submission form can be found here: <https://earlham.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4OTphG2HPy8Zyvz>. Contact Corey Fritz, <fritzco@earlham.edu>, or Maggie Thomas, <thomama@earlham.edu>, with questions.


After the Storm (“Umi yorimo mada fukaku”)

After the Storm (“Umi yorimo mada fukaku”) is the next film in our International Film Series on Friday, March 22nd, at 5:00 p.m. in LBC 105. This 2017 Japanese film with English subtitles is directed by Hirokazu Koreeda. A struggling novelist, now working as a private detective under the pretense of doing research, attempts to reconcile with his aging mother, ex-wife and 11-year-old son. As a typhoon passes, they end up spending the night together in his mother’s Tokyo apartment – but things don’t go particularly well for this fractured family. Sponsored by the EC Japanese Language and Linguistics Program and the EC Department of Languages and Cultures. Everyone is welcome. For more information, contact Aya at <yamakay@earlham.edu>.


#LifeAfterEarlham Photo Shoot

Seniors, we want to celebrate your accomplishments. Anyone who has already lined up an opportunity for after graduation (for example a job, internship, acceptance into a grad program, or a year of service), is invited to participate in our #LifeAfterEarlham photo series. You'll get a professional head shot and a feature on the website and our Facebook page. The photo shoot takes place on Tuesday, March 19th, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. in Carpenter 406. Can't make it? Don't worry, there will be more throughout the rest of the semester. If you have questions please reach out to Lea, <staedle@earlham.edu>.


Sign Up for Wilderness First Responder/First Aid Certification Courses

Do you lead groups off campus? Are you planning EPIC Advantage, fieldwork, work at a camp, or a personal trip this summer? Just want more life skills? Adequate First Aid training should be part of your plan. A Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course takes place at Earlham from May 13th-21st, and is taught by Stonehearth Open Learning Opportunities (SOLO), a globally recognized wilderness medicine school. The shorter Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course is available May 13th-14th, and also serves as a recertification course for previous WFR participants. Sign up for both courses at: <https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wilderness-first-aid-and-wilderness-first-responder-course-cpr-tickets-52371197662>. Students, faculty, staff and alumni can use the code ECWFR2019 to get the subsidized rates of $575 for WFR and $185 for WFA. Both certifications include CPR. Limited financial assistance is available for students. Contact Erik Baker <bakerer@earlham.edu> for more details.


Building Social Capital Workshop - Limited to 50 Students

The Office of Student Engagement has partnered with Scarabys Consulting out of Indianapolis to design and facilitate a workshop for students. The workshop will be comprised of engaging activities and exercises drawing from knowledge and experience in the areas of social capital development, people-centered leadership, conflict transformation, community building and self-mastery. Trainers will be Diop Adisa and Mimi Zakem, read their bios online at: <http://scarabys.com/about-us>. The workshop will take place on March 20th, in the Richmond Room from Noon - 2:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided. There are spaces for only 50 students, first come first serve. Sign up online at: <https://earlham.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eIGkB5pBGLNUZ9P>.


#LifeAfterEarlham: How to Negotiate Salary at Your First Job

Did you know that most employers expect you to negotiate salary and other benefits when they offer you a job? Join panelists Sally Reasoner from Ascend Indiana, Michael Elorreaga of VanVleet Insurance, and Earlham Director of Career Education Jen Gose as they discuss how and when to negotiate your salary. This panel will meet in CST 103 on Thursday, March 21st, at 4:00 p.m.


Apply to Live in Environmental Sustainability House for 2019

The Environmental Sustainability House (Gurney) is accepting applications for Fall 2019. We are an intentional living learning community focused on living sustainably. Applications can be found online at: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1SRqSn1dST7pdhyH50Et0JDXbiM2l5GjIsn6AAHjT55s/edit?usp=sharing>. They are due no later than March 18th by 9 p.m.. For any further questions, please email <sganes15@earlham.edu>.


College Meeting for Worship

Nora Collins, senior HDSR major, will speak on “Vulnerability as Courage” at 1:00 p.m., on Sunday, March 24th, at Stout Meetinghouse. College Meeting for Worship is a weekly service in the semi-programmed style of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) that features a speaker, music, readings and open worship. Everyone is welcome.


Working in a Japanese Company

Are you thinking of using your knowledge of Japan/Japanese language for your career? There are some things you should know. On Thursday, March 21st, from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m., please join 2002 Earlham grad Jay Coffman, in a disorganized and unfiltered look at how he uses his academic background (from Earlham and elsewhere) to work at a Japanese company located in the Midwest. This will be followed by a Q&A session conducted both in Japanese and English. Everyone is welcome. This event is sponsored by the EC Japanese Studies Program and the EC Japanese Language and Linguistics Program. For more information, please email Yasu at <shigeya@earlham.edu>.


Tea Time in Tyler

Take a break and come write a welcoming note to a few admitted students. Drink some tea, have a cookie, write a note — it's that simple. Be part of helping to yield the new class of Earlhamites. Tea Time in Tyler will be held Thursday, March 21st, from 4 p.m. - 5 p.m., in the welcome area of Tyler Hall and is open to teaching faculty, administrative faculty, staff and students. See you Thursday.


CLL Information Session

Are you interested in learning more about CLL? Or maybe you're already planning on majoring in CLL or are about to enter your senior year as a CLL major? Join us on Thursday, March 21st, in Carpenter 211 at Noon for an information session. Come meet CLL faculty, learn about course offerings, and get important information on the process of writing your senior thesis.


Femme STEM House Application

The application to live in Femme STEM House for Fall of 2019 is now open. If you are a femme-identifying, science-interested person who would enjoy living in a supportive community of other femme-identifying, science-interested people, we would love to see your application. Apply online by March 21st at: <https://goo.gl/forms/qAe67IY4pAZLluql2> or email Claire Rickerman at <cericke15@earlham.edu> for more information.


New Student Orientation Leaders Wanted

The New Student Orientation Student Staff application is now open. Please apply online through Handshake or email <NSO@earlham.edu> no later than 5:00 p.m., on Wednesday, April 3rd. If you have any questions, please email <ikramla@earlham.edu>.


Soprano/Flute Recital

Earlham soprano Danielle Cozart Steele and IU East flutist Jessica Raposo perform coloratura/flute works made famous by soprano Nellie Melba on Sunday, March 24th, at 4 p.m., at Lingle Recital Hall in the Center for the Visual and Performing Arts. The concert should last an hour or less. Families are welcome. Admission is free.


Collective Resistances and Communities of Change: Exploring the Contributions of Angela Davis

Sharon Lynette Jones, Ph.D., will speak on Wednesday, March 20th, at 7 p.m., in Dennis 110. This is a precursor event to the Convocation which will feature Angela Davis on April 3rd. Jones will discuss writings, interviews and other relevant sources in relationship to Angela Davis and social justice. Jones served as an assistant professor in the English Department at Earlham from 1998 – 2003. She is currently a professor of English language and literatures at Wright State University. Jones is editor of Conversations with Angela Davis (currently under a contract with University Press of Mississippi) and currently engaged in a book project (Resisting Injustice: Contemporary Views on Angela Davis), which is intended to be an edited book of essays. This event is sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.


Vigil at Stout Meetinghouse

Our hearts go out to the people of New Zealand, and particularly the families of those who were killed and injured. The Christchurch community has been a wonderful and welcoming community for our visiting students and faculty for many years, and it is devastating to see another community harmed by gun violence. We hold in the Light the entire Muslim community which has once again been targeted in an act of violence. Earlham's Office of Religious Life is offering a vigil at Noon on Monday, March 18th, for all who would like to gather for prayer, silent reflection and solidarity. Everyone is welcome.


Day of Mindfulness this Weekend

Join us at Mindfulness House (Garner House at 450 College Avenue) this Sunday, March 24th, for a Day of Mindfulness filled with mindful creativity and community. The activities will start around 10 a.m. and go to 4 p.m. Visit our Facebook for page for a more complete schedule and updates. Hope to see you all there. For questions, contact Lydia at <lkevans15@earlham.edu>.


Women’s Lacrosse is Back at Darrell Beane Stadium Tonight

Join the Earlham College women’s lacrosse team tonight at 7:00 p.m. down at Darrell Beane Stadium as it hosts Hanover College in a Heartland Collegiate Lacrosse Conference matchup. The Quakers have won three in a row and will be looking to make it four straight with a win tonight over the Panthers. Come out and support Earlham women’s lacrosse.


Major Declaration Celebration

First- and second-year students, come and join us for the 7th annual Major Declaration Celebration. Take time to speak with departmental representatives from each major, and then take a moment to grab your swag bag and some treats. This event takes place on Thursday, March 21st, from 6 - 7:30 p.m., in the May-Crosson Student Commons.


Action Research Participants Needed

Join an M.Ed. student at the Wayne County Historical Museum on Wednesday, March 20th and Friday, March 22nd, for a guided tour. The 1 p.m. tour is for an action research project for the M.Ed. program, and will be around an hour in length. This activity is free to students. Please email Maggie Smith at <mjsmith11@earlham.edu> with any questions.


Senate Meeting in Stout Meetinghouse

We will have the Senate Meeting in Stout Meetinghouse this Wednesday, March 20th, at 6 p.m. We encourage you to come and join us. If you have any queries, please feel free to reach out to Senate Clerk Maida Raza at <mraza18@earlham.edu>.


Fullbridge: Six-Day Intensive Business Fundamentals Boot Camp Info Session

Do you want to develop your critical thinking skills and enhance your business expertise? Earlham College is partnering with the Fullbridge Program to bring you a Six-Day Intensive Business Fundamentals Boot Camp in August 2019. It is open to students of all majors. The Fullbridge Boot Camp provides career-specific skills that drive innovative thinking and business decision-making for non-profit, for-profit, governmental and non-governmental organizations. Come to the Information Session on Wednesday, March 20th, in the CoLab from 4 - 5 p.m. Hope to see you all there. For further questions, email Joely Rios at <jrios14@earlham.edu>.


Tornado Talk at with Public Safety

Please join Public Safety staff for a severe weather information and a question and answer session on Thursday, March 21st, at 8:00 p.m., in the Public Safety Office. We will discuss severe weather, tornadoes, what to do when severe weather strikes, campus shelter locations, and what sort of weather emergencies happen in our area. We hope to see you there.


Living Roots Farm Visit

Interested in sustainable agriculture? Come spend Sunday, March 24th, at Living Roots Farm in French Lick, Indiana. The Farm's mission is to heal the earth and create a new model of local agriculture. The trip will depart at 9:00 a.m. and return by 6:00 p.m. Check out their website at: <http://www.livingroots.org> or contact Katie Jacobs at <kjacobs16@earlham.edu> for more information.


Admissions Fellowship for Earlham's Graduate Programs in Education

Seniors, get a jump start on a career in higher education. Earlham's Graduate Programs in Education have an admissions internship position for a graduate who is interested in earning an M.Ed. while learning how graduate admissions works. Interested? Look on Handshake <https://bit.ly/2HsYS6c> and/or learn more by emailing <gpe@earlham.edu>.


Apply for Housing

The Housing Application for Fall 2019 is live. In order to access the application, please use the following link to access our Housing Portal at <https://reslife.earlham.edu/PatronWeb/Default.asp>. Any student living on campus, including House Community participants or other students living in or interested in living in themed communities, must complete a housing application. Also, please take a moment to review our Room Selection Information, which will include Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and a Room Selection Walkthrough at: <http://earlham.edu/residence-life/apply-for-housing/current-students/2019-20-housing-selection>. Applications should be submitted no later than Friday, March 22nd, in order to take part in Room Selection starting on Monday, March 25th, at 9 a.m. Eastern. Please reach out to the Office of Residence Life at <reslife@earlham.edu> if you have any questions.


Catch Some Baseball this Afternoon at Sadler Stadium

Earlham baseball opens a five-game home stand this afternoon at Sadler Stadium as the Quakers host Alma College. First pitch is scheduled for 4:00 p.m. Take a break from the papers, projects and studying, and catch Earlham Quakers baseball against the Alma Scots.


Lace Up With Lax

Please donate a new pair of children's shoes to help support kids in the Montgomery County area. Shoes will be collected on the second floor of the Athletics and Wellness Center (AWC) in the men's lacrosse office during regular business hours until Wednesday, April 3rd. Lace Up with Lax began at Pope High School in Atlanta, Georgia. More than 5,000 pairs of shoes have been donated to homeless shelters throughout the United States. Please visit <www.laceupwithlax.org> for more information.


Black and Lavender Meetings

Black and Lavender, Earlham's Queer People of Colour (QPoC) group, will meet at 6:30 p.m. in the Spectrum Room on March 19th, April 2nd, and April 30th. Our primary purpose in Black and Lavender is to help QPoC practice radical self-love and heal from the everyday struggles of intersectional oppression. Come as you are able; this is a place for healing and relaxation, not meant to be another "to-do" thing on your lists. We will meet on Tuesdays from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., so you can drop in after dinner or before class/work if you need. For any questions, contact B&L co-conveners Yasmin Dasilva <ydasil15@earlham.edu> and Arish Mudra Rakshasa <araksh15@earlham.edu>.


EPIC Expo Submission Form Closing Soon

The submission form for EPIC Expo is closing on Wednesday, March 20th, at 11:59 p.m. Submit to share your work in a variety of ways, including panels, posters, presentations and workshops. Students, faculty and staff from all areas of the college are invited to participate. The submission form can be found here: <https://earlham.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4OTphG2HPy8Zyvz>. Contact Corey Fritz, <fritzco@earlham.edu>, or Maggie Thomas, <thomama@earlham.edu>, with questions.


After the Storm (“Umi yorimo mada fukaku”)

After the Storm (“Umi yorimo mada fukaku”) is the next film in our International Film Series on Friday, March 22nd, at 5:00 p.m. in LBC 105. This 2017 Japanese film with English subtitles is directed by Hirokazu Koreeda. A struggling novelist, now working as a private detective under the pretense of doing research, attempts to reconcile with his aging mother, ex-wife and 11-year-old son. As a typhoon passes, they end up spending the night together in his mother’s Tokyo apartment – but things don’t go particularly well for this fractured family. Sponsored by the EC Japanese Language and Linguistics Program and the EC Department of Languages and Cultures. Everyone is welcome. For more information, contact Aya at <yamakay@earlham.edu>.


#LifeAfterEarlham Photo Shoot

Seniors, we want to celebrate your accomplishments. Anyone who has already lined up an opportunity for after graduation (for example a job, internship, acceptance into a grad program, or a year of service), is invited to participate in our #LifeAfterEarlham photo series. You'll get a professional head shot and a feature on the website and our Facebook page. The photo shoot takes place on Tuesday, March 19th, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. in Carpenter 406. Can't make it? Don't worry, there will be more throughout the rest of the semester. If you have questions please reach out to Lea, <staedle@earlham.edu>.


Senior EPIC Applications Due Soon

Seniors, we will be accepting Senior EPIC applications until Friday, April 5th, at 11:59 p.m. Experiences must be completed by Friday, May 3rd. Applications should be submitted three weeks prior to the start of your experience. You can find the application in Handshake under the "Jobs" section. Please contact Corey Fritz <fritzco@earlham.edu> with questions.


Sign Up for Wilderness First Responder/First Aid Certification Courses

Do you lead groups off campus? Are you planning EPIC Advantage, fieldwork, work at a camp, or a personal trip this summer? Just want more life skills? Adequate First Aid training should be part of your plan. A Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course takes place at Earlham from May 13th-21st, and is taught by Stonehearth Open Learning Opportunities (SOLO), a globally recognized wilderness medicine school. The shorter Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course is available May 13th-14th, and also serves as a recertification course for previous WFR participants. Sign up for both courses at: <https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wilderness-first-aid-and-wilderness-first-responder-course-cpr-tickets-52371197662>. Students, faculty, staff and alumni can use the code ECWFR2019 to get the subsidized rates of $575 for WFR and $185 for WFA. Both certifications include CPR. Limited financial assistance is available for students. Contact Erik Baker <bakerer@earlham.edu> for more details.


Building Social Capital Workshop - Limited to 50 Students

The Office of Student Engagement has partnered with Scarabys Consulting out of Indianapolis to design and facilitate a workshop for students. The workshop will be comprised of engaging activities and exercises drawing from knowledge and experience in the areas of social capital development, people-centered leadership, conflict transformation, community building and self-mastery. Trainers will be Diop Adisa and Mimi Zakem, read their bios online at: <http://scarabys.com/about-us>. The workshop will take place on March 20th, in the Richmond Room from Noon - 2:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided. There are spaces for only 50 students, first come first serve. Sign up online at: <https://earlham.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eIGkB5pBGLNUZ9P>.


#LifeAfterEarlham: How to Negotiate Salary at Your First Job

Did you know that most employers expect you to negotiate salary and other benefits when they offer you a job? Join panelists Sally Reasoner from Ascend Indiana, Michael Elorreaga of VanVleet Insurance, and Earlham Director of Career Education Jen Gose as they discuss how and when to negotiate your salary. This panel will meet in CST 103 on Thursday, March 21st, at 4:00 p.m.


Apply to Live in Environmental Sustainability House for 2019

The Environmental Sustainability House (Gurney) is accepting applications for Fall 2019. We are an intentional living learning community focused on living sustainably. Applications can be found online at: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1SRqSn1dST7pdhyH50Et0JDXbiM2l5GjIsn6AAHjT55s/edit?usp=sharing>. They are due no later than March 18th by 9 p.m.. For any further questions, please email <sganes15@earlham.edu>.


College Meeting for Worship

Nora Collins, senior HDSR major, will speak on “Vulnerability as Courage” at 1:00 p.m., on Sunday, March 24th, at Stout Meetinghouse. College Meeting for Worship is a weekly service in the semi-programmed style of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) that features a speaker, music, readings and open worship. Everyone is welcome.


Working in a Japanese Company

Are you thinking of using your knowledge of Japan/Japanese language for your career? There are some things you should know. On Thursday, March 21st, from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m., please join 2002 Earlham grad Jay Coffman, in a disorganized and unfiltered look at how he uses his academic background (from Earlham and elsewhere) to work at a Japanese company located in the Midwest. This will be followed by a Q&A session conducted both in Japanese and English. Everyone is welcome. This event is sponsored by the EC Japanese Studies Program and the EC Japanese Language and Linguistics Program. For more information, please email Yasu at <shigeya@earlham.edu>.


Tea Time in Tyler

Take a break and come write a welcoming note to a few admitted students. Drink some tea, have a cookie, write a note — it's that simple. Be part of helping to yield the new class of Earlhamites. Tea Time in Tyler will be held Thursday, March 21st, from 4 p.m. - 5 p.m., in the welcome area of Tyler Hall and is open to teaching faculty, administrative faculty, staff and students. See you Thursday.


CLL Information Session

Are you interested in learning more about CLL? Or maybe you're already planning on majoring in CLL or are about to enter your senior year as a CLL major? Join us on Thursday, March 21st, in Carpenter 211 at Noon for an information session. Come meet CLL faculty, learn about course offerings, and get important information on the process of writing your senior thesis.


Femme STEM House Application

The application to live in Femme STEM House for Fall of 2019 is now open. If you are a femme-identifying, science-interested person who would enjoy living in a supportive community of other femme-identifying, science-interested people, we would love to see your application. Apply online by March 21st at: <https://goo.gl/forms/qAe67IY4pAZLluql2> or email Claire Rickerman at <cericke15@earlham.edu> for more information.


New Student Orientation Leaders Wanted

The New Student Orientation Student Staff application is now open. Please apply online through Handshake or email <NSO@earlham.edu> no later than 5:00 p.m., on Wednesday, April 3rd. If you have any questions, please email <ikramla@earlham.edu>.


Soprano/Flute Recital

Earlham soprano Danielle Cozart Steele and IU East flutist Jessica Raposo perform coloratura/flute works made famous by soprano Nellie Melba on Sunday, March 24th, at 4 p.m., at Lingle Recital Hall in the Center for the Visual and Performing Arts. The concert should last an hour or less. Families are welcome. Admission is free.


Collective Resistances and Communities of Change: Exploring the Contributions of Angela Davis

Sharon Lynette Jones, Ph.D., will speak on Wednesday, March 20th, at 7 p.m., in Dennis 110. This is a precursor event to the Convocation which will feature Angela Davis on April 3rd. Jones will discuss writings, interviews and other relevant sources in relationship to Angela Davis and social justice. Jones served as an assistant professor in the English Department at Earlham from 1998 – 2003. She is currently a professor of English language and literatures at Wright State University. Jones is editor of Conversations with Angela Davis (currently under a contract with University Press of Mississippi) and currently engaged in a book project (Resisting Injustice: Contemporary Views on Angela Davis), which is intended to be an edited book of essays. This event is sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.


Vigil at Stout Meetinghouse

Our hearts go out to the people of New Zealand, and particularly the families of those who were killed and injured. The Christchurch community has been a wonderful and welcoming community for our visiting students and faculty for many years, and it is devastating to see another community harmed by gun violence. We hold in the Light the entire Muslim community which has once again been targeted in an act of violence. Earlham's Office of Religious Life is offering a vigil at Noon on Monday, March 18th, for all who would like to gather for prayer, silent reflection and solidarity. Everyone is welcome.


Day of Mindfulness this Weekend

Join us at Mindfulness House (Garner House at 450 College Avenue) this Sunday, March 24th, for a Day of Mindfulness filled with mindful creativity and community. The activities will start around 10 a.m. and go to 4 p.m. Visit our Facebook for page for a more complete schedule and updates. Hope to see you all there. For questions, contact Lydia at <lkevans15@earlham.edu>.


Sing with Us During the Transgender Singing Voice Conference

Want a fun way to sing and engage in some beautiful activism? As part of the Transgender Singing Voice Conference, we will be singing through some wonderful choral compositions written by, for and about trans/non-binary folks, honoring and amplifying their voices. If you'd like to sing with us on Saturday, March 30th, find details and RSVP online at: <https://goo.gl/forms/UUfVDpYsTMsqAxwp1>. You also are welcome to attend our conference sessions free, as a part of the EC Community. Register online at: <https://www.eventbrite.com/e/transgender-singing-voice-conference-registration-53542068769>.


Women’s Lacrosse is Back at Darrell Beane Stadium Tonight

Join the Earlham College women’s lacrosse team tonight at 7:00 p.m. down at Darrell Beane Stadium as it hosts Hanover College in a Heartland Collegiate Lacrosse Conference matchup. The Quakers have won three in a row and will be looking to make it four straight with a win tonight over the Panthers. Come out and support Earlham women’s lacrosse.


Conservation Biology in Action: Symposium at Earlham College

Are you interested in biology, conservation, environmental sustainability or any career related to the environment? Join us, do some networking and hear how some of our alumni are making a difference. Karlina Merkens '04, Daniel Greene '04, Dotty Holcomb Doherty '79 and Jonathan Doherty '80 are coming to share their experiences in and with conservation, and talk about their career paths and opportunities. This will take place on Saturday, March 30th, at 2:30 - 3:30 p.m., in CST 103. Contact Wendy P Tori at <toriwe@arlham.edu> for questions.


Major Declaration Celebration

First- and second-year students, come and join us for the 7th annual Major Declaration Celebration. Take time to speak with departmental representatives from each major, and then take a moment to grab your swag bag and some treats. This event takes place on Thursday, March 21st, from 6 - 7:30 p.m., in the May-Crosson Student Commons.


Action Research Participants Needed

Join an M.Ed. student at the Wayne County Historical Museum on Wednesday, March 20th and Friday, March 22nd, for a guided tour. The 1 p.m. tour is for an action research project for the M.Ed. program, and will be around an hour in length. This activity is free to students. Please email Maggie Smith at <mjsmith11@earlham.edu> with any questions.


Senate Meeting in Stout Meetinghouse

We will have the Senate Meeting in Stout Meetinghouse this Wednesday, March 20th, at 6 p.m. We encourage you to come and join us. If you have any queries, please feel free to reach out to Senate Clerk Maida Raza at <mraza18@earlham.edu>.


Fullbridge: Six-Day Intensive Business Fundamentals Boot Camp Info Session

Do you want to develop your critical thinking skills and enhance your business expertise? Earlham College is partnering with the Fullbridge Program to bring you a Six-Day Intensive Business Fundamentals Boot Camp in August 2019. It is open to students of all majors. The Fullbridge Boot Camp provides career-specific skills that drive innovative thinking and business decision-making for non-profit, for-profit, governmental and non-governmental organizations. Come to the Information Session on Wednesday, March 20th, in the CoLab from 4 - 5 p.m. Hope to see you all there. For further questions, email Joely Rios at <jrios14@earlham.edu>.


Deadline for Border Studies Program Extended

The deadline for the Border Studies Program for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 has been extended. Join us in Tucson for a transformative educational experience as we engage alongside communities in struggle with the salient issues emerging at the border. For more information, please visit the Center for Global Education and check our website at <http://earlham.edu/border-studies>. Apply today.


Tornado Talk at with Public Safety

Please join Public Safety staff for a severe weather information and a question and answer session on Thursday, March 21st, at 8:00 p.m., in the Public Safety Office. We will discuss severe weather, tornadoes, what to do when severe weather strikes, campus shelter locations, and what sort of weather emergencies happen in our area. We hope to see you there.


Living Roots Farm Visit

Interested in sustainable agriculture? Come spend Sunday, March 24th, at Living Roots Farm in French Lick, Indiana. The Farm's mission is to heal the earth and create a new model of local agriculture. The trip will depart at 9:00 a.m. and return by 6:00 p.m. Check out their website at: <http://www.livingroots.org> or contact Katie Jacobs at <kjacobs16@earlham.edu> for more information.


Egypt and Beaver Escape Room

Do you want to save the world's most complete giant beaver skeleton before it becomes toast or rescue the scarab stolen from our mummy, Ta'an? You will have 60 minutes to crack codes, find clues, solve puzzles, and unravel these mysteries. This isn't an average weekend activity, this is a fast-paced challenge for people who like to solve mysteries and puzzles. Each game can accommodate up to eight people, so sign up early. Tickets are $10/person. Recommended for ages 11+. The breakouts start at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, March 29th and 30th. Please arrive promptly in the Joseph Moore Museum Lobby. Register online at: <https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=900ad7>.


Admissions Fellowship for Earlham's Graduate Programs in Education

Seniors, get a jump start on a career in higher education. Earlham's Graduate Programs in Education have an admissions internship position for a graduate who is interested in earning an M.Ed. while learning how graduate admissions works. Interested? Look on Handshake <https://bit.ly/2HsYS6c> and/or learn more by emailing <gpe@earlham.edu>.


Apply for Housing

The Housing Application for Fall 2019 is live. In order to access the application, please use the following link to access our Housing Portal at <https://reslife.earlham.edu/PatronWeb/Default.asp>. Any student living on campus, including House Community participants or other students living in or interested in living in themed communities, must complete a housing application. Also, please take a moment to review our Room Selection Information, which will include Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and a Room Selection Walkthrough at: <http://earlham.edu/residence-life/apply-for-housing/current-students/2019-20-housing-selection>. Applications should be submitted no later than Friday, March 22nd, in order to take part in Room Selection starting on Monday, March 25th, at 9 a.m. Eastern. Please reach out to the Office of Residence Life at <reslife@earlham.edu> if you have any questions.


Catch Some Baseball this Afternoon at Sadler Stadium

Earlham baseball opens a five-game home stand this afternoon at Sadler Stadium as the Quakers host Alma College. First pitch is scheduled for 4:00 p.m. Take a break from the papers, projects and studying, and catch Earlham Quakers baseball against the Alma Scots.


Lace Up With Lax

Please donate a new pair of children's shoes to help support kids in the Montgomery County area. Shoes will be collected on the second floor of the Athletics and Wellness Center (AWC) in the men's lacrosse office during regular business hours until Wednesday, April 3rd. Lace Up with Lax began at Pope High School in Atlanta, Georgia. More than 5,000 pairs of shoes have been donated to homeless shelters throughout the United States. Please visit <www.laceupwithlax.org> for more information.


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