Monthly Archive: February 2014

The Clerk: Nominate Our New Editor-in-Chief 0

The Clerk: Nominate Our New Editor-in-Chief

The Clerk is now accepting nominations for Editor-in-Chief. Please send the name, email and class year of nominees to our current Editor-in-Chief at tvo@haverford.edu by March 2nd. Nominees will be contacted and, should they accept, be asked to fill out an application. Our editorial board will del...
A Small Change About More Than Just Salt And Pepper 1

A Small Change About More Than Just Salt And Pepper

On February 2, a subtle change took place in the Dining Center: salt and pepper shakers were removed from the tables and consolidated at the condiment station located near the entrance. Napkin notes, feedback from students written on napkins and tacked to a bulletin board, soon appeared, asking where the s...
Security Summary 2/15-2/20 0

Security Summary 2/15-2/20

Saturday, February 15th 12:57 a.m. Noise Complaint 800 Ardmore Ave A request was received to shut down a party on the first floor of 800 Ardmore Avenue. Party was located in Apt. 1A. Officer requested to speak with the complainant concerning the party. It was agreed that the party could...
Students Approve Pay For Top Student Leaders at Plenary 0

Students Approve Pay For Top Student Leaders at Plenary

Students passed a resolution at Sunday's Spring Plenary which would pay Honor Council co-chairs and Students' Council presidents who qualify for federal work study for up to 10 hours a week. Alison Marquese '16, who proposed and presented the resolution, said it would help "decrease financial barriers ...
Duck Pond Oil Spill Causes Concern 0

Duck Pond Oil Spill Causes Concern

On Sunday, January 26, a faculty member noticed the smell of fuel by the Duck Pond while he walked his dog. Upon hearing this report, Associate Director of Campus Safety Mark Sweeney and Assistant Director of Facilities Management Claudia Kent went out and discovered...

Security Summary 2/7-2/12 0

Security Summary 2/7-2/12

Friday, February 7th 1:54 p.m. Missing Person Duck Pond A staff member reported that a woman said her 13 year old son was missing from the area of the Duck Pond. After a search of the area proved negative, matter was turned over to Lower Merion Police. The missing boy was eventually loc...
Fords for Affordability: Open Meeting 2/12 0

Fords for Affordability: Open Meeting 2/12

Fords for Affordability (F4A) is deeply disappointed with the Board's decision to discontinue the no-loans policy. We not only feel strongly that the no-loan policy was central to Haverford's community, but also believe that it differentiated Haverford from its peer group and set Haverford apart as an elite l...
Senior Gift Drive Kicks Off 0

Senior Gift Drive Kicks Off

Seniors clinked plastic champagne glasses in the lobby of Magill Library Thursday night to kick off the Senior Class Gift, an annual drive encouraging graduating students to contribute to the College and help boost its ranking. "The point is to get people to get in the habit of giving back to Haverford and...