Monthly Archive: February 2018

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Students and Admin React to Parkland Shooting

In the wake of the Parkland, Florida shooting, which occurred on Valentine’s Day, there has been both immense support for those affected by the tragedy, and also great effort put towards improving issues related to gun control in this country. One such effort is a National School Walkout taking place on April 20, which some Haverford students will be participating in. ...
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Cole’s Culture Corner | The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water: B This article contains mild plot details. Guillermo Del Toro has, throughout his career, made films with premises that, if made by anyone else, would become steaming piles of sh*t, the kinds of films you would ironically watch late at night with your drunk friends and laugh at the ridiculous plotting and nonsensical characters (his 2013 film Pacific Ri ...
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Haverford Students Celebrate Eagles’ Super Bowl Victory

Like most of the country on February 4, many Haverford students found themselves glued to their screens as they watched the Super Bowl. This year’s game was especially exciting for Eagles fans on campus, who saw the team defeat the Patriots 41-33, and went into Philadelphia to take part in the celebrations.   This was the first time that the Eagles had ever won the Supe ...
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Security Summary 2/16 – 2/22

Saturday, February 17th 2:12 p.m.                                Suspicious Person                             Swan Field Staff member reported two males drinking alcohol at an athletic event. Campus Safety advised the men of the campus alcohol policy, both discarded the alcohol without incident.   6:48 p.m.     ...
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Plenary Round-up

By Claudia Nguyen and Ellen Schoder Photo by Dexter Coen Gilbert '21 Spring Plenary was swift this year, taking less than two hours. The event officially began at 2 p.m. on Sunday, quorum was reached approximately 50 minutes later, and the event ended shortly before 4 p.m. Despite its short duration, there was still plenty of discussion. The JSAAPP resolution The only reso ...
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Security Summary 2/9 – 2/15

Friday, February 9th 1:37 p.m.                                Personal Illness                                   VCAM A Bryn Mawr student fainted on the second floor of VCAM. Officers responded and student refused medical treatment. Bryn Mawr College Campus Safety notified.   7:32 p.m.              ...
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Plenary Preview: The JSAAPP Resolution

Trigger Warning: This article includes discussion about rape culture and consent At this semester’s Plenary, students will only hear one resolution: a proposed amendment to the alcohol policy that will add language about rape culture. The resolution states that perpetrators of sexual violence are accountable for their actions, “including even when they and/or the survi ...
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Searching for “Haverstalk”: Update on Haverford’s Directory

To the dismay of many students on Haverford’s campus this year, the Haverford Directory search feature, fondly known as “Haverstalk,” was significantly altered. While students could once search the name of a fellow student and subsequently gain access to their room number, phone number, and other personal details, all that shows today are a name, an email, and a clas ...
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New Budgeting Process Announced to Improve “Equity, Transparency, and Collaboration”

The budgeting process for student clubs and organizations is getting revamped, and starting in the fall, the way that funding is allocated to these groups will look quite different. The changes to the budgeting process were announced on Monday at an open forum held by Mike Elias, Assistant Dean of the College and Director of Student Engagement and Leadership. “Budgeting ...
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Cole’s Culture Corner | Call Me By Your Name

Call Me By Your Name: A This article contains plot details. Mid-way through Luca Guadagnino’s new film ‘Call Me By Your Name,’ adapted from André Aciman’s book of the same name, a college professor, Mr. Perlman (Michael Stuhlbarg) takes his son Elio (Tomothé Chalamet) and his grad student Oliver (Armie Hammer) on a trip to the beach to see an archeological find ...