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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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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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Connor Cassidy ’17 and Lucas Greenbaum ’20 Join The Clerk!

The Clerk grew two members stronger, as Connor Cassidy ‘17 and Lucas Greenbaum ‘20 joined the editorial board as Webmasters. Traditionally, the Webmaster has been tasked with updating The Clerk’s website and with general maintenance of our online services. This year, our Webmasters plan to do even more. Our hope is that this semester the Webmasters will work to revam ...
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Popping the HaverBubble

Opinion Editor Andrew Eaddy breaks down the misconception of the HaverBubble in the context of activism. In the wake of the election, students on campus have responded in a bevy of ways. Some have turned to pen and paper in an effort to share their thoughts in written form. Others have been more vocal, speaking out at events on their discontent with the state of affairs in ...
Members of Haverford's mens soccer team bring it in for one last cheer after having upset No. 1 ranked F&M by a score of 3-1 on Saturday morning. October 24, 2015.
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Men’s Soccer’s Successful Season Ended by Unsportsmanlike Opposition

Last Sunday, Haverford Men’s Soccer faced off against UMass Boston in the second round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer tournament. Coming off a second consecutive conference-winning season, and having beaten their last opponent, Merchant Marine, by a convincing score line of 5-1 in the previous round, Haverford players and spectators alike came into the match wit ...
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New “We’re Not Here to Say Thank You” Campaign Starts Dialogue on Difficulties Faced by Students on Financial Aid

On Thursday afternoon the “We’re Not Here to Say Thank You” campaign drew nearly 70 members of the student body, staff, and faculty into the Bryn Mawr room of the Dining Center to discuss issues observed on campus related to class. Initially borne out of an article published in Swarthmore’s Daily Gazette which discussed class and financial aid on college campuses, ...