Monthly Archive: December 2015

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VCAM Construction to Begin this Spring

Over the next few years, the money raised through Haverford’s “Lives That Speak” campaign will improve buildings across campus, from Magill to Roberts to Sharpless. While the renovations to those buildings will enhance their alre...
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Who Fears Discomfort at Haverford?

Do we hear contemporary buzzwords like “terrorist,” “safety,” “comfort,” and “free speech” so often that we take their meanings for granted? Or do we stop to consider: how are they used? Who do we imagine their subjects to be? What associations become naturalize...
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Feminists United Takes a Stand

Feminists United (FU), Haverford’s student-run group that supports and addresses feminist ideals through political action, emailed a survey November 30th to all students about sexual misconduct on campus. The survey was the first component of FU’s “Fucked Up” Series, a project that aims to question...
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Bricolage Hosts Holiday Gift DIY & Exchange

Though winter break may seem far away to Haverford students yet to enter finals week, the holiday spirit of giving was in full swing at James House Friday night. The Bricolage Co-op, a student-run group that fosters creativit...
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Food, (In)Justice and the Reality of the Haverbubble

This article is the third in a series of essays written by Katie Rowlett ‘16 and Adriana Cvitkovic ‘16, members of this year’s Environmental Studies Senior Capstone. Each essay focuses on a different aspect of food sustainability. Read the first essay on the paradox o...