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Letters to the Editor: Free Speech and the Honor Code

In response to "The Supreme Court, Honor Code, and The Muppets: Reform for Free Speech and Expression," The Clerk received many articles and letters to the editor from the community. This is an abridged collection of several such responses. We will be publishing more in the coming days. ---- “Majoritarian Morality” and Civic Values By Chelsea Richardson ‘18 “We ...
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Maurice Rippel and Ellen Schoder ’19 to Take Over Leadership of The Clerk

The Clerk is pleased to name Maurice Rippel ‘19 as its next Editor-in-Chief, and Ellen Schoder ‘19 as its next Associate Editor. Rippel, an intended English major and Education minor, has served as Features Editor. Schoder, an intended History major, previously served as News Editor. “I feel truly blessed to be taking over as Editor-in-Chief of The Clerk,” said Rip ...
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Potential Theft at Lunt Cafe Raises Questions of Funding, Accountability

By Ellen Schoder '19 and Maurice Rippel '19.  In light of recent conversations about student accountability, many club representatives have had to reevaluate their roles regarding club spending. Now, an improper taking of about $200 at Lunt Cafe– with suspicions of over $1000 more missing – has thrown Students’ Council (SC) and Honor Council to the forefront of this ...
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Trump Victory Stuns Haverford Community

By Andrew Eaddy '19 and Ellen Schoder '19 When we first started writing this article last night, we thought it would be a very different story. The polls seemed to predict a convincing win for Hillary Clinton, and we were preparing to cover the historic election of the first female president. But as the map turned decisively red, the energy and optimism in Founders Hall ...
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WeSpeak Responses

WeSpeak is a Quaker-style open forum for students of color at Haverford to express their thoughts and experiences in a context that prioritizes their voices. This online platform is for those students who weren’t able to attend, didn’t get a chance to share, or didn’t want to share in front of a room full of people. Only students of color may submit. Some submissio ...
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Introducing the 2016-2017 Editorial Board!

Top Row: Ben Horwitz '17, Hannah Cregan Zigler '17, Mary Kearney-Brown '19, Andrew Eaddy '19. Bottom Row: Elena Harriss-Bauer '19, Claudia Nguyen '18, Elizabeth Teng '19, Ellen Schoder '19, Maurice Rippel '19. Not Pictured: Gabe Delabra '17. Introducing your 2016-2017 Clerk Editorial Board! Get to know the staff below. ...
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Security Summary 4/15-4/21

Friday, April 15th 8:47 a.m. Safety Hazard, College Lane A report was received that a truck's hydraulic line broke while driving onto College Lane spilling hydraulic fluid on the ground. The area was cleaned. 9:43 p.m. Disturbance, College Lane A Campus Safety Officer requested for Lower Merion Police to respond to a juvenile problem at the Duck Pond. The juveniles were wa ...
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Submit to WeSpeak

WeSpeak is a Quaker style open forum for students of color at Haverford to express their thoughts and experiences in a context that prioritizes their voices. This is for those students who either weren't able to attend or don't vibe with the idea of standing up in front of a room full of people to share what they feel. If you want to express yourself through another medium ...