Monthly Archive: October 2017

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Duck Pond Project Delayed by Summer Rains

Unusually frequent and heavy rains impeded the Duck Pond Reclamation Project over the summer, pushing back the date of completion to the middle of October. The project was undertaken to remove a heavy layer of sediment on the bottom of the pond. The Duck Pond feeds into Cobb Creek, a waterway responsible for draining about one third of the storm-water runoff in Lower Merio ...
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Security Summary 9/15 – 9/21

Saturday, September 16th 10:35 a.m.                              Animal Complaint                            South Lot A campus visitor called about a dog left unattended in a vehicle. The visitor had called Haverford Township Police. Police determined that the dog was not in distress, therefore no action was taken.  T ...
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Remembering the Past: A Response to Charlottesville

A few months ago I visited the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. I remember walking through the Civil Rights exhibit listening to audio from important leaders and reading about monumental court cases that would change the course of history forever. That was the first time I ever saw a Ku Klux Klan uniform in person. I stopped frozen in both fear and shock. I di ...
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SECS Launches Millennial Dance as a Replacement for 80s

On Saturday, September 23rd, the Special Events Committee for Students (SECS) hosted Haverford’s first ever Millennial Dance, replacing the customary 80’s Dance. SECS, a student-run organization whose goal is to create fun, institutionalized social life is best known for its dances in Founder’s Hall, and the 80’s Dance, as SECS’ first Founder’s dance of the yea ...