Monthly Archive: March 2018

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A Regretful Piece to Have Written – On the State of Religious Discourse at Haverford

It was with great regret that I sat down to write this piece.  Every so often, the Clerk Editorial Board gathers ideas for special in-depth series that explore and engage a certain topic we feel is pressing on the collective Haverfordian mind.  For the third time, the Clerk has shot down religion and religious discourse as a series, stifling an effort to promote, discuss ...
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The Honor Code Failed. What now?

By Andrew Eaddy and Ellen Schoder The past few days have been a whirlwind for students on campus, who learned Wednesday evening that the Honor Code had not been ratified and now try to figure out what Special Plenary will look like. Students on campus have not been through a Special Plenary yet during their time at Haverford, so organizers have to figure out how Special Pl ...
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Students Left With Unanswered Questions About New Storage Policy

By Michael Weber  On Friday, February 23, Dean of the College Martha Denney sent an e-mail to the student body announcing that the College will, with some exceptions, no longer offer on-campus storage. The Office of Residential Life will facilitate a switch to an off-campus storage system that will pick up and drop off student belongings from residences, but will eliminat ...
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A Reflection on Black History Month

Photo by Dexter Coen Gilbert '21 It is hard to believe that it is March 3 and the month of February has already passed. A couple of weeks ago, Bryn Mawr College invited Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum as the distinguished visitor for Black History Month. Tatum is the author of highly acclaimed book Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?:And Other Conversati ...