Category Archives: Issue 2: November 1, 2013

Direct Action, Arrest, and Student Activism

By Sara Lepkoff Many Earlham students are familiar with the kind of notoriety that one can gain on a small college campus, but you may not know that one of your peers was arrested this summer due to her activism surrounding … Continue reading

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Anonymous Activism

By Anonymous  When it comes to changing the “system”, there are usually three ways to go about it. First, activists may work within the system to bring about the desired change. Although this is a relatively simple way to enact … Continue reading

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The Softer Side: A Critique of Power and Silence

By Sam Embry If I should fall from grace with god Where no doctor can relieve me If I’m buried ‘neath the sod But the angels won’t receive me   Let me go, boys Let me go, boys Let me go … Continue reading

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The Future of Miller Farm

 By Hendrix Berry Halloween weekend is here and the farm is sadly gone. Whether the barn’s ashes will rise up and coalesce into a shockingly spectacular phoenix, more beautiful and terrifying than ever before is yet to be seen. Certainly this … Continue reading

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On Anonymity

By Lama El-Mawla In last week’s issue of the Word, Eli Richman ended his article with: “When I write something, I sign my name on it.” Yes, of course you do! You are a white, male, desk editor of the … Continue reading

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A Thought on Anonymity

From the Editorial Collective of the “Fully Present” Greetings comrades, Well! It’s been quite an eventful couple of weeks, hasn’t it? Since our first issue on Homecoming Weekend, our little publication has received a number of responses.  We want to … Continue reading

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