Category Archives: Issue 1

ON SAFE SPACES

Most students who frequent locations like the Womyn’s Center, Rose City Coffee Co-op or even specific dorm rooms or houses have discovered the importance of safe, intentional spaces that are run and used by the student body of Earlham. Whether these spaces serve to … Continue reading

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What’s up, ResLife?

By Leslie Massicotte At a residential college like Earlham, the Office of Residence Life holds a major role in the college’s life and functions. By requiring students to live on-campus all four years of their college experience, Earlham’s housing policy is intended to … Continue reading

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Dear Laura

By Anonymous Squirrel Returning students are quick to notice the numerous and drastic changes that have happened and continue to take place at Earlham. For many, these changes and the prospects of many others to come are appalling. These changes have … Continue reading

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An Introduction

We want to challenge the silence. We strive to respect and hear all voices. We think there is currently a lack of sufficient public space at Earlham to do so. We hope to add to the current discursive spaces at Earlham with a … Continue reading

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