Earlham College

Earlham College

One of the darker sides of America's involvement in World War II was the mass incarceration of an estimated 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans in internment camps. The U.S. government forcibly relocated entire families living in the western interior, but 24 students escaped the camps all together by enrolling in Earlham College, a liberal arts institution with Quaker roots in Richmond, Indiana.

Danielle Cozart Steele
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Until a few years ago there was little to no research on transgender singing voice issues or tools for choral instructors to help their trans and non-binary students. A lot has changed in two years since Earlham College Adjunct Instructor Danielle Cozart Steele founded a conference to encourage research and assistance.

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Earlham College is naming Anne M. Houtman as its 20th president. She is the first woman to ever hold the position at the school in Richmond, Ind.

Richmond Parks

Richmond, Indiana's once-popular Middlefork Reservoir is underutilized and aging. Earlham College environmental studies students are helping restore the area by creating a revitalization plan.