Ellen Schoder '19, Editor-in-Chief
"Journalism is an incredibly important tool to help increase communication on campus. I always enjoy talking with students about the issues they think are important at Haverford, and I see the Clerk as a way to help make student voices heard."
Alison Rosenman '20, Associate Editor
"I am excited to be involved with the Clerk because journalism helps connect our community. Even though Haverford is small, there is a lot happening on campus and across the Bi-Co which students, staff, faculty, and alumni often wouldn't easily know about."
Chace Pulley '21, Co-News Editor
“Part of the reason I’m interested in journalism is because it forces me to become a responsible informed citizen. Thus, as a journalist, I want to write articles to help people become responsible and informed.”
Simon Poser '19, Co-News Editor
"For me the most satisfying thing about journalism is that it establishes a sense of accountability. One of my favorite things about the Clerk is that it allows students an outlet to report on and discuss issues on campus in an independent way. As the news editor, making sure students are aware of everything happening within their school is a duty that I do not take lightly."
Eve Blondeau-Elman '21, Co-Features Editor
“Hi! My name is Eve Blondeau-Elman and I am excited to be on The Clerk's editorial board this year. I was drawn to journalism, and in particular The Clerk as an independent newspaper, because I want to be able to give students a forum to express themselves. I have found that it can sometimes be difficult to voice opinions on campus, and I hope to help create a space where this can be done.”
Shaquana Drury '19, Co-Features Editor
“I believe journalism is important because it helps inform and engage the public. Journalism is useful for providing information regarding critical issues, opinions and events. It also helps spark dialogue that can enact change within communities.”
Sierra Zareck '20, Co-Opinions Editor
David King '20, Co-Opinions Editor
"Journalism is integral to cultivating an informed and discursive student body. It is necessary in holding the student body, the faculty, and the administration accountable in every regard. It is crucial for bringing to light the problems Haverford has, as well as acknowledging its accomplishments. I find journalism to be an outlet for advocacy, especially in trying times. Journalism is integral to keeping Haverford on its toes, but, more importantly, it keeps me on mine.”
Lexie Iglesia '21, Multimedia and Photo Editor
"Journalism is important to me because it has the ability to tell real stories. I think that is so important especially for a community like Haverford. I particularly find photojournalism compelling because it further extends validity and complements stories with impactful visualization."
Raynor Bond-Ashpole '21, Marketing and Outreach
“I believe that journalism matters because everyone has the right to learn of new information and new perspectives on events.”