Tagged: bryn mawr college

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From the Archives: Before the Blue Bus

Bryn Mawr Wagons, Taxis, and Student Drivers. What did transportation between Bryn Mawr and Haverford look like before the Blue Bus was started in the late 1960s? Thank you to Special Collections for access to these articles! ...
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Haverford Alumna and Lecturer Speaks to Haverford’s Evolving Campus

46 Haverford alumni are currently working in the Bi-Co community. They can be found working in the College Advancement offices, in the Athletic Center, and as professors or lecturers. One such alumna is Heather Curl, a lecturer in the Bi-Co Education program. Curl teaches full time in Haverford’s education department, though she is based at Bryn Mawr, teaching between fo ...
From the Archives: Race and Marginalization at Haverford in 2007 0

From the Archives: Race and Marginalization at Haverford in 2007

This past semester, race on campus was a popular topic of discussion and debate among the Bi-Co community. The hanging of a confederate flag at Bryn Mawr College in September resulted in a demonstration attended by members of the Tri-Co community, and inspired opinion pieces authored by Lee Anderson '15 and The Clerk's own Zach Gabor '15 and Andy Beck '17. In November, ...
Open Parties Should Be Maintained, Even in Face of Recent Incidents 0

Open Parties Should Be Maintained, Even in Face of Recent Incidents

Over the past month, Haverford students have been confronted with the uncomfortable reality that our campus is not impermeable. No longer is the supposed “Haverbubble” an insulation from the outside world; an influx of party crashings and a recent assault have all put pressure on the concept of the Open Campus. Recent incidents also speak to a greater issue about the s ...
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Haverford, Bryn Mawr Must Protect Those Who Offend Our Liberal Perspective

We all have a right to be offensive.  It’s a fundamental, constitutional right, just as we have the right to express our religion or not be tortured in prison.  We also have the right to protest when someone offends us. Let me begin this by putting one basic fact on the table: I don’t know the exact details about the Confederate flag incident that took place at Bryn ...
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Preventing Reactionary Racism

Written by Andy Beck '17 and Zach Gabor '15. Last week, Tri-Co students and faculty gathered at Bryn Mawr College to express their outrage at the appearance of a Confederate flag on the school’s campus, and the perceived reticence of the administration to respond adequately to the flag’s publically visible presence. We applaud them for having done so. In displaying a s ...