The Earlham Word

 
About us
 
http://ecword.org/
 
The Earlham Word, founded in 1986, is the sole student-operated press organization of Earlham College. The Word circulates twelve issues per academic semester – free of charge – to every administrative and academic building on campus. Our paper reaches approximately 2,500 faculty, staff, alumni and members of the Richmond, Indiana community.
 
Mission Statement
 
The Earlham Word’s mission is to report fairly and accurately on issues important to the Earlham and wider Richmond communities, and to act as a watchdog for the integrity of the college.
 
The Word aims to serve as a connection tool among members of the Earlham and Richmond communities, and between Earlham and the world, providing a forum for the exchange of knowledge and the discussion of topics relevant to the community.
 
The Word seeks to reflect the diversity of peoples and perspectives in the communities it serves.
 
About this site
This version of the Word’s website was designed during the Fall Semester of 2010 by Jesús F. Jiménez (’11) on WordPress, a free and open-source blogging platform.
 
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FEATURED OPINION
Protect yourself: take preventative measures
Buse Coksun Guest Writer The safety of college campuses has become an issue of widespread concern in recent years. Due to various reasons, safety...
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Khalidis head off to New York
October 7, 2011
Winfrida Makuru Staff Writer On the afternoon of Sept. 20, unexpected news reached Earlham. Musa Khalidi and Kelley Lawson-Khalidi decided to leave the college. They will be officially departing after the first week of October to work at St. Lawrence University in upstate New York. Khalidi has worked in the admissions office as the senior...
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Student life – Food
October 7, 2011
What your fellow students are cooking up on campus Martha Sanchez Staff Writer While walking past the kitchens in the residence halls, one can often experience the sights and smells of the students cooking up some nice dishes. Some students get together with their...
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Horse Lovers Find Home at Earlham
October 7, 2011
Only a short walk from the heart of campus, the Suzanne Hoerner Equestrian Center fosters a cooperative spirit for all horse enthusiasts at Earlham… Kristen Hoppe Contributing Editor During a bright fall day on campus, you cannot help but soak in the serene nature of the...
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From green to red: the changing of seasons
October 7, 2011
The Starving Scientist Krystnell Storr Contributing Editor Small “gremlins” are to blame for the changing and falling of the leaves from trees. According to senior Joey Holloway, this much...
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Greetings from the ESG!
October 7, 2011
Greetings from Earlham Student Government (ESG)! The student senate has met three times so far this semester and is embarking on numerous projects. The newly formed Visibility Committee will...
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We are accountable for these actions
October 7, 2011
Toivo Asheeke Guest Writer How far has the United States of America come from its violent, racist past? What evidence do we have today that minorities, especially black people,...