Monthly Archive: January 2017

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What Do We Mean When We Say Fascist?

Jhoneidy Javier '19 shares his thoughts on protest rhetoric, and particularly, asks readers to interrogate the meaning of words such as 'fascism' in activism. Over Winter Break, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with my Grandma María. Being away at school makes talking really difficult, so I was really happy to see her after so long. We started talking about the ...
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A Call for Justice

Our series continues with an exploration of Haverford student experiences phonebanking. The Clerk's Katie Rodgers decided to participate and see first hand how Haverfordians have been making change.  Haverford students have started phoning in for justice. An unaffiliated group of students have held phone banks  this fall semester for protesting the Dakota Access Pipelin ...
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Haverford Students Among Hundreds of Thousands at Women’s March on Washington

The first piece of our series explores Haverford student experiences at the Women's March on Washington. The Clerk's Associate Editor, Ellen Schoder was a participant, and on-site covering the march.   Less than 24 hours after Trump was sworn in as President, students made their way from Haverford to Washington, D.C. to take part in the Women’s March on Washington. For ...
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Introducing Ford in Focus

Part of our vision for the Clerk is to publish in-depth series discussing various issues on campus. We plan to publish focused, theme-based series once a month in what we're calling Ford in Focus. In light of the presidential inauguration, this month’s series focuses on activism at Haverford. Throughout the week, we will release news, features, and opinion articles, as w ...
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Haverford’s Andy Warhol Collection Spectacularly Unveiled

It’s not everyday you walk into a Haverford academic building and stumble across internationally acclaimed artwork, but sure enough, propped up against the wall of The Atrium Gallery in the Marshall Fine Arts Center sit dozens of Andy Warhol's Pop Art prints. Over the past eight years, seven of the iconic Marilyn Monroe prints, one Grace Kelly image, and eight of the Flo ...
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Maurice Rippel and Ellen Schoder ’19 to Take Over Leadership of The Clerk

The Clerk is pleased to name Maurice Rippel ‘19 as its next Editor-in-Chief, and Ellen Schoder ‘19 as its next Associate Editor. Rippel, an intended English major and Education minor, has served as Features Editor. Schoder, an intended History major, previously served as News Editor. “I feel truly blessed to be taking over as Editor-in-Chief of The Clerk,” said Rip ...