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Class of 2018 Largest and Most Geographically Diverse Freshman Class in School’s History

By   2 days ago

340 students are enrolled in Haverford’s class of 2018, making it the largest class in the history of the school, according to Jess Lord, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid. However, that number is “within the boundary we thought was reasonable for a freshman class,” Lord said. A typical freshman class might normally have around […]

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Haverford Students to March in NYC Climate March

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On September 21, 60 Haverford students will take to the streets of New York City for the People’s Climate March, projected to be the largest climate march in history with 250,000 attendees. The objective of the march is to send a message to world leaders, who will be gathering in NYC on September 23 for […]

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As ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Comes to Haverford, Alum Sheds Light on Fatal Disease

By   2 days ago

 Additional Reporting by Emily Chazen. As the class of 2018 arrived on Haverford’s campus in late August, so did the news that President Daniel Weiss would be participating in the ALS ice bucket challenge.  The goal of this national campaign, which went viral in July, is to spread awareness of the neurodegenerative disease Amyotrophic Lateral […]

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Chief of Staff Lytle Appointed as First Chief Sustainability Officer

By   2 days ago

The past two years have been quite green for Haverford College.  Composting at the Dining Center, LED lights in Founders Great Hall, and a student-built farm by the Featherbed fields have all emerged out of the school’s various woodworks to make the campus a more sustainable place to be. If you read Dan Weiss’ recent […]

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After 27 Years, Registrar Lee Watkins Retires

By   4 months ago

Inside Chase Hall, in the Registrar’s Office, there is a small room that belongs to a Mr. Lee Watkins. When I visited, his room was dark; the shades were drawn, the light coming from the well-lit outer room. Everything about his desk was neat and tidy, with the feeling of efficient order and a sentimental […]

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Student Voices Articulating Themselves at Haverford College: Refocus the Debate to Birgeneau’s Role in Police Brutality

By   4 months ago

In the past few days, national ‘media’ successfully picked up a news story on a small college’s decision not to honor Dr. Birgeneau with a degree at their Commencement Ceremony. Big names such as the Wall Street Journal and the Huffington Post commented on where Haverford College found itself in the larger “trend” around student protest. Many “conservative” pundits […]

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Commencement Committee to Reconsider UC Berkeley Chancellor’s Invite After Community Forum

Michael Rushmore '14.

By   4 months ago

On Thursday, a community forum was held in Founders’ Great Hall to address concerns raised about the invitation to award the former University of California, Berkeley chancellor Robert Birgeneau an honorary degree at Commencement on May 18. Honorary degree recipients were announced in April in an email from President Daniel H. Weiss, who described Birgeneau […]

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Security Summary 5/2-5/8

By   4 months ago

Friday, May 2nd 5:45 p.m. Suspicious Person Lloyd Hall A report was received of a suspicious male at Lloyd Hall. The male, who is known to officers as a mentally challenged local resident, left campus upon request. A second report was later received of the male being back in the area of Lloyd Hall. The […]

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Class of 2018 Largest and Most Geographically Diverse Freshman Class in School’s History

By   2 days ago

340 students are enrolled in Haverford’s class of 2018, making it the largest class in the history of the school, according to Jess Lord, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid. However, that number is “within the boundary we thought was reasonable for a freshman class,” Lord said. A typical freshman class might normally have around […]

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Haverford Students to March in NYC Climate March

By   2 days ago

On September 21, 60 Haverford students will take to the streets of New York City for the People’s Climate March, projected to be the largest climate march in history with 250,000 attendees. The objective of the march is to send a message to world leaders, who will be gathering in NYC on September 23 for […]

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Chief of Staff Lytle Appointed as First Chief Sustainability Officer

By   2 days ago

The past two years have been quite green for Haverford College.  Composting at the Dining Center, LED lights in Founders Great Hall, and a student-built farm by the Featherbed fields have all emerged out of the school’s various woodworks to make the campus a more sustainable place to be. If you read Dan Weiss’ recent […]

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Security Summary 5/2-5/8

By   4 months ago

Friday, May 2nd 5:45 p.m. Suspicious Person Lloyd Hall A report was received of a suspicious male at Lloyd Hall. The male, who is known to officers as a mentally challenged local resident, left campus upon request. A second report was later received of the male being back in the area of Lloyd Hall. The […]

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Security Summary 4/18-4/24

By   5 months ago

Friday, April 18th 9:21 p.m. Eye Wash Alarm INSC Someone pulled the eye wash station in the third floor Men’s Room of the INSC. Officer checked the men’s room and found a small amount of water on the floor. The water was cleaned up.   Saturday, April 19th 6:53 p.m. Fire Walton Road A food […]

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2014-2015 Editorial Board Applications

By   5 months ago

The Clerk is now accepting applications for our 2014-2015 Editorial Board from now until April 25th. Click here to access the application form. Applicants will be contacted via email to schedule an interview with the current editorial board. We will then deliberate and come to consensus to select the 2014-2015 Editorial Board. If you have […]

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Security Summary 4/4-4/10

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Friday, April 4th 6:14 p.m. Personal Injury Roberts Hall A campus visitor fell at Roberts Hall and injured her face and hand. She was transported to University of Pennsylvania Hospital by ambulance. Sunday, April 6th 1:09 a.m. Noise Complaint 19 Hannum Drive A report was received of a loud party in the basement of 19 […]

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Security Summary 3/28-4/3

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Friday, March 28th 3:00 p.m. Unauthorized Use Carter Road Staff member reported she observed a male dumping waste in the dumpsters at Carter Road. The incident had occurred earlier in the day at approximately 12:45 hrs.   Saturday March 29th 1:03 a.m. Unauthorized Use 46 Hannum Drive Officer found three students standing around a bonfire […]

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