Category Archives: Our Far-Flung Alumni

Ralph Caplan

Here’s the lede: “Ralph Caplan was the E.B. White of design writing. He disliked windy sentences and pompous clichés and was always ready to poke fun at orthodoxies. He said he wasn’t sure he saw the point of a chair, since … Continue reading

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Our Far-Flung Alumni: Robbie Rohr

June 23, 2015 “Rohr said she has always had a strong sense of social justice, and when she attended Earlham College, a Quaker school in Indiana, she felt among kindred spirits, as there was a sense of joy and an … Continue reading

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Our Far-Flung Alumni: Kathleen Mulloy

March 2, 2015 Grew up in Indiana (Peru, Indiana, no less), works in Kampala, Uganda for UNICEF, and was recently married at Copenhagen City Hall in Denmark. Sounds like an Earlhamite to me. And she is: Kathleen Mulloy. We don’t … Continue reading

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Our Far-Flung Alumni: Rock Scully

December 23, 2014 I note the passing of Rock Scully, Earlham ’63, whose obituary appeared a few days ago in the New York Times.  He was an alumnus I never met, alas. Scully was a long-time manager of the Grateful … Continue reading

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Our Far-Flung Alumni: Doug Cleland

September 7, 2013 Doug Cleland, an early 1970s graduate of Earlham with a major in Economics has announced he will retire as Lower Merion (PA) Township Manager at the end of January, 2014.  Cleland has served Lower Merion, a suburb … Continue reading

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