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Periodical Publications: The Earlham Press

Identifier: EC-11.4 (XI)

Scope and Contents

The Earlham College Newspaper has been active since 1911. The college newspaper was first named the Earlham Press until 1926 when it was renamed the Quaker Quill. The Quill held its name until 1931, being renamed the Earlham Post. The Post, in 1986, would go on to be the Earlham Word, a newspaper that would include a new editor, new style, and a new name. Including articles about Earlham's sport teams, important dates, guest speakers, and the crime beat, the newspaper is deeply involved in documenting the college's happenings. The newspaper helps with keeping both the Earlham and Richmond community informed.


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Earlham College Newspaper

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Part of the Friends Collection and Earlham College Archives Repository