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Connor Cassidy ’17 and Lucas Greenbaum ’20 Join The Clerk!

The Clerk grew two members stronger, as Connor Cassidy ‘17 and Lucas Greenbaum ‘20 joined the editorial board as Webmasters.

Traditionally, the Webmaster has been tasked with updating The Clerk’s website and with general maintenance of our online services. This year, our Webmasters plan to do even more. Our hope is that this semester the Webmasters will work to revamp The Clerk’s website interface, and increase engagement between The Clerk and the Haverford student body. We look forward to working with them this semester in an effort to make The Clerk a better news outlet on campus!

Connor Cassidy ‘17 is coming on as our senior Webmaster this spring. Cassidy is a programmer who has comprehensive knowledge of both website building and graphic design. We are extremely excited to be working with Cassidy this spring to make The Clerk more streamlined and responsive to the student body.

“I’d like to provide The Clerk’s readers with an improved user experience by strengthening the websites integration with other platforms (such as Facebook and Havertivity) and bringing to it an improved layout and design, Cassidy said, via e-mail.

Lucas Greenbaum ‘20 will be coming on as a Webmaster intern this spring. As an intern, Greenbaum will learn under Cassidy for the remainder of this semester, and will work as our primary Webmaster next year. Greenbaum also has extensive experience in website building, and plans to help make The Clerk more conducive to discussion. Greenbaum will also work closely with Cassidy in any and all Clerk projects.

“I’m really excited to be joining The Clerk team,” Greenbaum said “I hope to put forth a new and improved Clerk website and I hope to be able to contribute to and support The Clerk staff and writers as best as I can. The Clerk is a really valuable organization for the Haverford community and I am going to work towards its continued success.”

Help us welcome Connor Cassidy ‘17 and Lucas Greenbaum ‘20 to The Clerk!

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