Category: News

Ben Horwitz '17 and Rachael Garnick '17 of the Haverford College Democrats watch election results come in at the watch party in Founders. Photo by Cole Sansome '18. 0

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...

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NPR Quiz Show “Ask Me Another” to Tape at Haverford

In less than a week, students, faculty, and staff may be answering some very tough questions. But this time the questions won’t be on a test or in a class – they will be part of NPR’s trivia game show, “Ask Me Another.” On November...

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Shaun King, #BlackLivesMatter Activist, Speaks at Haverford

After Shaun King’s talk on Wednesday night, students rushed to the front of Founders Great Hall to get a souvenir of the event: a selfie with the prominent #BlackLivesMatter figure and social media genius himself. “By using social media to highlight, amplify, and discuss news...

Full Mooner Lunar’s September 2016 poster. Designed by Abby Reuscher ’17. 0

Haverford Club Reclaiming Nudity, Questioning Norms

Not many students know that Haverford is actually clothing-optional. For Full Mooner Lunar, this has been the perfect opportunity to “reclaim nudity as a non-sexual thing,” according to Abby Reuscher ’17, one of the club’s co-heads. Full Mooner Lunar, which was set up in the...

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Eddie Glaude Visits Haverford to Discuss Race and Democracy

On October 5th, students from Haverford and beyond came to Chase Auditorium to listen to Eddie Glaude, the Chair of the Department of African American Studies and the William S. Tod Professor of Religion and African American Studies at Princeton University, speak. Glaude was invited...