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Students Partake in People’s Pilgrimage

12 Bi-College students spent Saturday afternoon trekking from Haverford to the Reading Viaduct in Philadelphia as part of the People’s Pilgrimage, a global movement in which individuals participate in environment-themed walks to raise awareness of climate change. The students left the Campus Center at 12:20...

After months of preparations, Green Engine Coffee Co., Haverford's newest artisanal coffee shop, will be opening its doors on Wednesday, November 4.  
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What’s Brewing at Green Engine Coffee Co.?

If you’re not feeling the buzz, you soon will be at the Mainline’s newest coffee bar, Green Engine Coffee Co. Founder and successful sommelier Zach Morris, 35, is bringing some of the best beans in Philly to the Mainline with Rival Bros.’ roasts. While you...

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IITS Rolls Out New Virtual Desktop

In the next few weeks, Haverford’s Instructional & Information Technology Services (IITS) will be rolling out a new virtual desktop that will allow students to access lab software from the comfort of their own dorm rooms. The virtual desktop, which can be accessed using a...

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Humans vs. Zombies Disallows Nerf Guns

Haverford’s Nerd House and Bryn Mawr’s Doublestar have decided to disallow nerf guns from this year’s edition of Humans vs. Zombies, a nationwide live-action game, after a request from the Student Activities Office (SAO). The request was made on behalf of the Deans in response...

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Food Day in Photos

On Friday, ETHOS hosted its fifth annual Food Day. This year’s event included a Food Fair on Founders featuring eleven food justice groups as well as a screening of “Food Justice from Seed to Market.” Check out Food Day in photos below:

Senior Sam Yarosh during the second half of play against no. 1 ranked F&M. October 24, 2015.
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Men’s Soccer Defeats #1 F&M

All photos taken by Ryan Gooding ’16.    The Haverford men’s soccer team beat number-one ranked and previously undefeated Franklin & Marshall 3-1 Saturday at Walton Field. The Fords (12-3 overall, 7-0 in the Centennial Conference) came from behind for the win, scoring three times...

Pope Francis' Sunday mass in Philadelphia was expected to attract over one million people from around the world. September 27, 2015.
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Papal Visit Draws Tri-Co Crowd

Several members of the Newman Society, the Tri-College’s Catholic organization, travelled into Philadelphia this weekend to hear Pope Francis speak at the 2015 World Meeting of Families. The pope, who arrived in Philadelphia on Saturday, had a busy itinerary as he conducted two masses, visited...

A group of geese reach the nature trail after disrupting traffic near on College Lane, near Haverford's main entrance on Sunday afternoon.  September 13, 2015.
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Students on Edge as Haverford Confronts Canada Geese Crisis

    FOUNDERS HALL—Tensions among students, administrators, and geese reached a boiling point last week after parties again failed to reach consensus on how to resolve a campus-wide avian emergency. At an emotionally-wrought community forum in Founders Hall, Haverfordians demanded that the skyrocketing Canada Geese...