Monthly Archive: April 2015

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2015-2016 Editorial Board Applications

The Clerk is accepting applications for its 2015-2016 Editorial Board from now until May 10th. 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...

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The Interview: Dan Weiss

The  Clerk’s Katie Greifeld ’15 and Lee Anderson ’15 sat down with Haverford College President Dan Weiss to discuss his upcoming move to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the search for Haverford’s next president, and the ‘Lives that Speak’ capital campaign. Filmed...

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From the Archives: How to Choose Your Major

It’s around that time of year when sophomores face the monumental task of choosing their majors. For those who are still undecided and may need advice, look no further than this 1969 excerpt from the The Bryn Mawr-Haverford News where a professor gives his insight into...

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Environmental Groups Unite for “fESt”

Additional reporting by Eve Gutman ’15  Photos by Graham Barrett ’15 Bi-Co environmental groups gathered in the Bryn Mawr room of the Dining Center on Friday for “fESt,” an environmental awareness festival hosted by the Tri-Co Environmental Studies Senior Capstone class. “Our vision was to...

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From the Archives: Haverford Students a “Bunch of Beatniks”

Haverford College, prestigious though it may seem, has not always had the best reputation with the locals. Describing Haverford students as “radical,” “ultra-liberal,” and a “bunch of beatniks,” many of those interviewed in this 1969 article expressed concern with the ideological direction that the College...

OPINION: A Few Plain Words on Whiteboards 0

OPINION: A Few Plain Words on Whiteboards

One summer, I went to Tennessee. I read the poems of Wyatt Prunty, ate barbecue, and did math. But there was one indelible stain on this experience, which would inform the rest of my life—I had to use a whiteboard. Whiteboards were developed during the...