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A New Hope for Haverford’s Magill Library

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This article is the first in an extensive series throughout 2017 about the Magill Library renovation at Haverford College. By Ethan Lyne, Managing Editor For 50 years, Magill Library at Haverford College has remained largely the same, with only minor changes to the decor and function of certain rooms in order to adjust to the…

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Pit Stop with Pat- #Sherm1K

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This interview is part of a column by Sports Writer Pat O’Shea called “Pit Stop with Pat” that highlights outstanding past and present student-athletes at Haverford College. What if I told you that nice guys don’t always finish last? Haverford Men’s Basketball guard Matt Sherman ’17 is arguably one of the nicest guys in the Centennial…

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The Origins of Valentine’s Day

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By Elizabeth Hoo, Staff Writer Valentine’s Day is known to some as the holiday of romance, and to others as simply the “Hallmark” holiday. But despite conflicting views and opinions of Valentine’s Day, there is no denying that the holiday has a very interesting background, one of both Pagan and Christian history. Valentine’s Day was…

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Call Your Representative

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By Fiona Redmond, News Editor The Bryn Mawr College Hillel club, dedicated to giving Jewish students a community within which to explore and practice their faith, has introduced the event “Call Your Representative” in order to encourage on-campus activism and get people involved in political issues. The event is held in the Campus Center bi-weekly,…

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“Fordlanthropy” Asks the Wrong Questions

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By Chloe Lindeman, Co-Editor-in-Chief You might have missed that Thursday, Feb. 16 was the launch of Haverford College’s 2017 senior class gift campaign. The goal is simple: encourage “Fordlanthropy,” or contributions to the school. It happens to be a goal I support. But the campaign is taking the wrong approach. Public higher education is notoriously…

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Panel at Haverford College Discusses Immigration and the Executive Order

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By Emilia Otte, Copy Editor Bi-Co students, faculty, and community members packed into Stokes Auditorium on Monday, Feb. 6, for a panel discussion on what has been called the “Muslim Ban” executive order passed by the Trump administration, and its impact on immigration policy on a national and local level. The panel was led by…

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Romantic Piano and Cello Concert Serenades Listeners

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By Chloe Lindeman, Co-Editor-in-Chief Michal Schmidt is not your run-of-the-mill professional cellist: she has studied music all over the world, and she has held a number of impressive posts as cellist. She also just happens to be an incredible pianist. In a “Music and Conversation” concert at Haverford College’s Marshall Auditorium on Sunday, Feb. 12,…

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The Unbelievable Super Bowl LI: A Rundown

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By Deborah Haartz, Staff Writer Until the second half of the fourth quarter, Super Bowl 51 wasn’t much of a nail-biter. After a 0-0 first quarter, the Atlanta Falcons established a lead over the New England Patriots with a 7-yard touchdown by running back Devonta Freeman. Building momentum, they followed with another touchdown by tight…

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