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Peter Singer, Effective Altruism Proponent, Speaks at Haverford

Last Thursday, Peter Singer, a bioethics professor at Princeton and one of the most high profile adherents of Effective Altruism, visited Founders Hall to discuss the Effective Altruism movement and its current progress. Effective Altruism focuses on applying analytic tools to determine the most positive...

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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...

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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...

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Apply for the 2016-2017 Editorial Board

The application to join next year’s editorial board is now open! We’re looking for people who are passionate about journalism, storytelling, and issues facing the Haverford community. No prior experience with The Clerk is necessary. Open positions include news, opinion, features, and multimedia/photo editors. We’ve...

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Pinwheel Day Without the Pinwheels

Students on Founders Green It was a glorious April day, with a high of 80 degrees and sunny skies predicted. In short, the perfect day for pinwheels. But when the Haverford community awoke, no pinwheels were spotted. They had been stolen. Pinwheel Day is an...