February 22, 2019

The Roots of Earlham Apathy

Earlham is in the midst of a severe crisis in student apathy, and we know it. Throughout my relatively short time here, I have heard countless […]
May 8, 2019

Earlham Absurd: Secret Chamber Found in Steam Tunnels

Last week, the Earlham Sustainability and Infrastructural Improvement Committee stumbled upon a hidden passageway while investigating the subterranean steam tunnels that run throughout the campus. During […]
March 3, 2020

So The VP Wants Community Feedback on Houses: How do we know that we’ll be heard?

In classic Earlham style, I arrived five minutes late to the January 29th senate meeting. Even with my late arrival, it was clear that the circus-like […]
April 10, 2021

Earlham Absurd: Beware of Walk-of-Shame Skunk

By Nicole Burkett, ’22 Earlham’s campus is well known for having a variety of squirrely animals roaming about.  Lately, there have been reports of an animal […]