Earlham to Inaugurate New President

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Alan Price joined the Ealrham board in 2016. Alan Price joined the Ealrham board in 2016.

Earlham College will Saturday inaugurate Alan Price as the school's 18th president. The event will include remarks from Price and festivities throughout the day, culminating in a fireworks display on the Richmond campus.

Price, an Earlham alumnus, was named to the position in December 2016 and began his duties as president in July. He is also a member of the Earlham Board of Trustees.

"It is a tremendous honor to be Earlham’s 18th president," said Price. "Earlham is a place that I have loved and has brought out the best in me. As a graduate, I had been humbled by the brilliance and caring of our faculty and staff. To come back and see that same spirit of excellence from a different perspective is inspiring."

The inauguration ceremony is scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. Earlham says hundreds of faculty, staff, students, alumni and members of the community are expected to attend. 

You can view a full calendar of events taking place Saturday by clicking here. A livestream of the inauguration will also be available on Earlham's website for those who cannot attend.

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