Author: Thy Anh Vo

Two Haverford Students Charged in “Main Line Take Over” Drug Bust 35

Two Haverford Students Charged in “Main Line Take Over” Drug Bust

Katie Greifeld contributed to this report. Two Haverford students have been arrested and charged in connection to an investigation by the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office for widespread distribution of drugs at area high schools and colleges, the DA announced in a press release Monday. The leaders of the drug ring, dubbed the "Main Line Take Over Project" were ...
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Cartoon: Freshman Year Anxiety

While my social anxiety hasn't improved that much between freshman and senior year, I've at least learned how to project an aura of confidence and cool-headedness to mask my inner turmoil. ...
“No Providing” Policy for UCAs is an Administrative Cop-Out 6

“No Providing” Policy for UCAs is an Administrative Cop-Out

Students are concerned about potential changes to the Customs program after the new First-Year Dean Michael Martinez announced last Sunday during a training session that Upper Class Advisers (UCAs) will be kicked out of their Customs housing if they purchase or provide alcohol for their group.  According to incoming UCAs, Martinez made it clear in interviews for the posit ...
Weiss Hires From Lafayette to Replace Longtime VP of Finance 0

Weiss Hires From Lafayette to Replace Longtime VP of Finance

Earlier this month President Daniel H. Weiss announced the hiring of Mitchell L. Wein to replace long-time Vice President of Administration and Finance Richard Wynn, who is retiring this June. Wein, who currently holds the same position at Lafayette, was hired by then-President Weiss in 2007 for his first higher education job after more than 20 years in the private sector ...
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TV Pilot Filmed at Bryn Mawr Over Spring Break

While students were away for Spring Break, camera crews swarmed Bryn Mawr's campus for two days for the filming of an ABC television pilot produced by Shonda Rhimes, known for her work on shows like "Grey's Anatomy" and "Scandal." According to the Mainline Media News, the show is set at a fictional Ivy-League college in Philadelphia called Middleton University. Crews will ...
The Clerk: Nominate Our New Editor-in-Chief 0

The Clerk: Nominate Our New Editor-in-Chief

The Clerk is now accepting nominations for Editor-in-Chief. Please send the name, email and class year of nominees to our current Editor-in-Chief at tvo@haverford.edu by March 2nd. Nominees will be contacted and, should they accept, be asked to fill out an application. Our editorial board will deliberate and come to consensus to select the new EIC, with the goal of handing ...
Students Approve Pay For Top Student Leaders at Plenary 0

Students Approve Pay For Top Student Leaders at Plenary

Students passed a resolution at Sunday's Spring Plenary which would pay Honor Council co-chairs and Students' Council presidents who qualify for federal work study for up to 10 hours a week. Alison Marquese '16, who proposed and presented the resolution, said it would help "decrease financial barriers to student government participation" for students who have to choose bet ...
Senior Gift Drive Kicks Off 0

Senior Gift Drive Kicks Off

Seniors clinked plastic champagne glasses in the lobby of Magill Library Thursday night to kick off the Senior Class Gift, an annual drive encouraging graduating students to contribute to the College and help boost its ranking. "The point is to get people to get in the habit of giving back to Haverford and get students educated about what the Annual Fund is," said committe ...
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Board of Managers Votes to Rescind No Loan Policy

UPDATED 12/08/14 3:45pm The Board of Managers voted Saturday morning to modify the no loan financial aid policy and reintroduce loans for students with a family income above $60,000 a year, President Daniel H. Weiss announced in a campus-wide email. The Board voted to accepted a modified loan policy put forward by senior staff which is projected to eliminate  $820,000 a y ...
Long-Time VP of Finance and Admin Richard Wynn to Retire 0

Long-Time VP of Finance and Admin Richard Wynn to Retire

Haverford's long-time Vice President of Finance and Administration Richard "Dick" Wynn will retire at the end of this June, Wynn confirmed late Monday. Wynn, who has served as VP since 1985, said he has decided to retire after almost 30 years at Haverford, effective June 30. "I will work part-time for a year or more as an assistant to Dan Weiss and assist in the transition ...