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Haverford Plenary Hardly “Hella Brief”

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By Charlie Lynn, Staff Writer On Sunday, September 25, the Haverford student gathered for fall plenary. The student body passed two proposed resolutions, the first which created the role of Community Outreach Multicultural Liaisons, and the second which created the role of Coordinator for Haverford Student Innovation Programs, in addition to ratifying the Alcohol Policy.…

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Fall 2016 Plenary Reaches Quorum in Record Time

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By Sophie Webb, Features Editor Bryn Mawr students passed one resolution at Fall Plenary on the evening of Sunday, September 25, after reaching quorum in 59 minutes. Sunday’s plenary was slightly different than plenaries of the past.  According to current SGA President Rhea Manglani, “Starting at 7 p.m. was the biggest [difference]. We reached quorum…

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Amid Potential Policy Changes, Haverford Resolves to Protect Students

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By Chloe Lindeman, Co-Editor-in-Chief Throughout his campaign for presidency, Donald Trump made immigration regulation one of his key tenets. For supporters, his call for stringent restrictions was a sign of his commitment to making America great again. But for those with less favorable opinions about Trump, it was — and remains — a major area…

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Crime Blotter: September 18 – November 20 2016

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The Crime Blotter: September 18, 2016 – November 20, 2016 September 18, 2016 to November 20, 2016 Haverford College Friday, September 30, 2016 through Thursday, October 6, 2016 Saturday, October 1st 12:06 am, Alcohol Related Illness, Harris Road A Haverford student was transported by ambulance to Bryn Mawr Hospital for an alcohol related illness. The…

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Eurydice: A Modern Take on the Classic Story of Orpheus

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By Daisy Chen, Staff Writer “Take a pamphlet and a rock.” — Wait. A rock? I walked into an already almost full auditorium. The impressive array of props on stage included a wall of blue one gallon water jugs and a half-cut car. Eurydice is a modernized version of an original Greek mythology. The play starts…

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Learning about Criminal Justice Reform with Emily Bazelon

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By Diana Pope, Staff Writer Criminal justice reform was a recurrent theme throughout this past election season. Yet even now, with the elections decided, Americans continue to debate the trustworthiness of our judicial system, especially when it comes to the death penalty. Emily Bazelon, a graduate of Yale Law School, came to Bryn Mawr College…

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Protesters Push Back Against DAPL

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By Elizabeth Hoo, Staff Writer The night before I was left for the rally in Philadelphia to oppose the DAPL, I called my mom. “Wasn’t this issue based off a movie from a while back?” she asked. I was shocked to hear that she didn’t know what was happening, but with the election and everything…

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Beijing Opera Singer Yonghong Jia Performs at Haverford

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By Charlie Lynn, Staff Writer Kun and Beijing Opera singer Yonghong Jia visited Haverford’s campus on Wednesday to sing two short opera pieces and discuss the history and performance of Chinese operas. Jia performed portions of both The Peony Pavilion and The Drunken Beauty Yang after a brief talk on the numerous styles of Chinese…

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The Tri-College Presents: “As Thou Desires”

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By Kate Hawthorne, Staff Writer On the weekend of Nov. 11-13, Swarthmore College’s Department of Theater and Production Ensemble 2016 presented “As You Like It” by William Shakespeare, directed by Alex Torra. The production included three Bryn Mawr College students as actors (Catherine Campo ’19 as Orlando, Margot Wisel ’18 as Jacques, and Emma Wells…

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Testimony: Holocaust Liberator and Holocaust Survivor Recount Experiences

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By Kate Hawthorne, Staff Writer “There are stories that the entire world must know. Today we are here to hear these stories,” said Rabbi Gurevitz to the large crowd gathered in the Rohr Center at Haverford College. On Wednesday, Nov.16, the Tri-Co Chabad hosted a program called “Crossing Connections: Holocaust Testimony.” The two guests were…

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