Monthly Archive: February 2018

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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 ...
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Do it in the Dark Competition to Begin on February 17

The fifth Do it in the Dark contest, organized by the Committee for Environmental Responsibility (CER), will take place this year from February 17 to March 9.  The annual competition, in which dorms compete against one another to reduce electricity consumption, is part of a national initiative by Campus Conservation Nationals, a program dedicated to reducing energy consum ...
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Security Summary 2/2 – 2/8

  Friday, February 2nd 11:13 p.m.                              Personal Injury                                   Lunt Hall Officers responded to Lunt Hall for a student with a possible head injury. The Bryn Mawr College student was evaluated by EMS personnel and remained on campus.   Saturday, February 3rd 6 ...
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New Club Budgeting Process to be Announced at Open Forum on Monday

A new process for club budgeting will be announced at an open forum on Monday, Feb. 12, according to Mike Elias, Assistant Dean of the College and Director of Student Engagement and Leadership. During the town hall, Elias will present the details of the new process and students will have a chance to ask questions. The town hall will take place from 6-7:30 p.m. in Stokes. ...
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Conceptual Art Class Splinters Social Expectations

Last week, several students could be seen carrying large wooden boards across campus. Strikingly out of place, this act immediately sparked questions and conversation surrounding the reasoning behind these objects. When asked, participating students explained that the exercise was a project for a class called Theory and Practice of Conceptual Art, taught by Professor John ...
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Security Summary 1/26 – 2/1

Saturday, January 27th 3:23 a.m.                                Alcohol Related Illness                       804 Ardmore Ave A student was transported by ambulance to Lankanau Hospital with an alcohol related illness. The Graduate Assistant and Dean on Call were notified.   11:22 p.m.                    ...
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Library Moves to Founders During Magill Construction

With the commencement of the spring semester, the renovation of Magill Library is underway. Construction on Magill began over winter break, though plans for the library’s renovation were hashed out much earlier, as the renovation appeared in the Campus Master Plan in 2009. Magill will likely be closed for three semesters before reopening as Lutnick Library at the beginni ...