Author: Kayoung Lee

Duck Pond Oil Spill Causes Concern 0

Duck Pond Oil Spill Causes Concern

On Sunday, January 26, a faculty member noticed the smell of fuel by the Duck Pond while he walked his dog. Upon hearing this report, Associate Director of Campus Safety Mark Sweeney and Assistant Director of Facilities Management Claudia Kent went out and discovered a sheen in the upper pond by Railroad Avenue. The incident is described in the Haverford Campus Safety brie ...
Students host “Unity Day” event to promote diversity and inclusivity 1

Students host “Unity Day” event to promote diversity and inclusivity

This past Saturday, Founder’s Hall was filled with activity for Unity Day, a day-long event intended to “[celebrate] our community’s diversity, culture, and overarching similarities that join us together and make us united,” as stated in the event description on the Haverford website. The celebration included food provided through the annual Tasty Bites event organ ...
A College blog dedicated to the sophomore year experience. 0

College Tackles Sophomore Slump

Sophomore slump describes the lack of direction that some college students feel their second year, a time of transition when students face many important decisions in the midst of lingering questions and uncertainties about their academic career. As explained by Dean of Student Life Steve Watter, sophomore year can be a bit of a letdown after the anticipation of freshman y ...
Admin Unfazed by Moody’s Ratings Downgrade 0

Admin Unfazed by Moody’s Ratings Downgrade

Haverford College administrators say they were not surprised by a recent downgrade on the College’s long-term bonds from Aa2 to Aa3 by the ratings company Moody’s, a mark down which still qualifies the bonds as high-quality with a very low credit risk. Vice President of Finance and Treasurer Dick Wynn says the downgrade wasn’t a setback for the college, but rather a ...
Dining Services welcomes new associate director 0

Dining Services welcomes new associate director

In September, Haverford dining services welcomed its new associate director, Anthony Condo. Condo comes from the Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia, where he spent three and a half years as director of SAGE Dining Services, Inc., a contractor. Unlike Moore, Haverford operates its food service in-house and serves five times as many students. According to Cond ...