Monthly Archive: November 2014

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Largest Campaign in Haverford History Launches with Record-Breaking Gift

Two weeks ago, Haverford announced its latest financial campaign: “Lives That Speak.” The campaign has been in a quiet phase since July 2010, while the public phase was launched on October 25 during Family and Friends Weekend. The campaign has drawn attention for two main reasons. Firstly, it is Haverford’s biggest campaign ever, with a goal of raising $225 million. ...
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Security Summary 10/31-11/6

Saturday, November 1st 11:36 p.m. Vandalism Founders Hall Unknown person(s) kicked a hole in the wall in the basement of Founders Hall. A window was also discovered broken in the Great Hall. No suspects at this time.   Sunday, November 2nd 12:01 a.m. Unauthorized Use GIAC Students were discovered drinking alcohol inside fencing room at the GIAC. Two students were iden ...
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Woodside Cottage’s Outdoor Learning Space Opens

Sunny days at Haverford create a common scene of students and professors relocating to sit on Founder’s green. This experience will become more comfortable and picturesque, as an outdoor learning space has been added alongside the English Department’s Woodside Cottage. The project was made possible by a gift from David Cook ’64 and his wife Maxine Einstein Cook, who ...
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Security Summary 10/24-10/28

Friday, October 24th 8:02 a.m. Suspicious Person Nature Trail A jogger reported that an individual made her feel uncomfortable as she ran past him. The individual made no attempt at verbal or physical contact. Officer observed the individual leave campus before the incident was reported to Campus Safety. 11:46 a.m. Suspicious Person Founders Hall A staff member encountered ...