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The Consensus Podcast – Episode 1: An Interview with Lynne Butler

Check out the inaugural episode of The Clerk's new podcast, The Consensus! On this episode, David King '20 interviews Lynne Butler, professor of mathematics and statistics, about academia and religion.       Transcript:   [Intro] David King: Hello, and welcome to The Consensus, a podcast brought to you by the Haverford Clerk, Haverford’s online studen ...
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Security Summary 11/2 – 11/8

Saturday, November 3rd 12:36 a.m.                              Burglary                                            Gummere Hall A student in Gummere reported that he left his room unlocked at 7:00 p.m., and when he returned at 12:30 a.m. his belongings were strewn across the room, and at least 100 dollars were missing. The student decl ...
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Security Summary 10/19 – 10/25

Friday, October 19th 10:11 a.m.                            Personal Illness                                Lloyd Hall A student in Lloyd Hall lost consciousness and fell, injuring her head. The student was transported to Bryn Mawr Hospital by ambulance. The Dean’s Office was notified.   3:39 p.m.                          ...
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Security Summary 10/5 – 10/11

Saturday, October 6th 5:00 a.m.                               Safety Hazard                                  Coursey Road A vehicle on campus was driving in an erratic manner and almost struck a Campus Safety patrol vehicle. The driver was identified as a student.   3:39 p.m.                               Personal Inju ...
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Plenary Fall 2018 Recap: Less Done in Less Time

By Andrew Nguyen  It was short, and some say, bad. Despite free t-shirts and chicken tenders and the promise of “the best plenary ever,” many students walked away more disenchanted than ever. On Sunday, Oct. 7 at 2:30pm, Haverford students piled into the basketball court of the GIAC to reach the new 66% quorum for plenary. This plenary, students would have no resoluti ...
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Wifi Outages Create Obstacles for Haverford’s Campus

By Abby Wolfenden and Sarah Cahn Accessing wireless internet is an essential part of everyday life at Haverford. Students use it to access Moodle, read and write emails, complete homework assignments, and communicate with friends and families through social media. So, when the wifi went down recently, students had to adjust quickly. Recently, Haverford implemented the use ...
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Plenary Preview

By Alison Rosenman and Ellen Schoder No resolutions will be discussed at the year’s fall plenary, but there is still bound to be plenty of conversation. In an email sent late Thursday night, the Students’ Council (SC) Co-Presidents, Andrew Eaddy and Maurice Rippel ‘19, announced a sudden change of plans for this weekend’s event and put their own twist on the biannu ...
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Sophomore House Answers Student Concerns in its First Event of the Year

By Chace Pulley and Mayce Van  On Sept. 9th, Sophomore House, known on campus as SoHo, kicked off the year with an open house event luring the Class of 2021 with the promise of bubble tea from Yi’s Boba. All of SoHo’s members were present, mingling with other sophomores to explain their vision for the house as well as answering questions and concerns. SoHo is a recent ...
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After Worrisome Blackout During Customs, Haverford Fixes Emergency Generators

By Annette Lee  “And...sleep!” The hypnotist’s voice echoed in Marshall Auditorium. After a few moments, the lights went out. The annual hypnotist show during Customs took a different turn this year when the power went out about halfway through the act. There was a stir and whispers; finally, loud conversations and laughter filled the large auditorium. Behind the st ...