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Protestors at Haverford’s Plenary Bring to Light Flaws in the Honor Code while Plenary Resolutions Search for Solutions

By JOANNE MIKULA, staff writer   Haverford’s social honor code is often portrayed as a document that codifies a culture of trust, concern, and mutual respect for all members of the school community.  A group of students challenged this notion at Haverford’s 2017 Fall Plenary when they protested the event, blocking quorum in order to… Keep Reading

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“Tales of Troy” at Magill Library

By RACHEL KLINE, Staff Writer Photos by CLAIRE BLOOD-CHENEY Arma virumque cano, Virgil’s immortal words that begin The Aeneid, conjure images of Troy engulfed by flames for classics majors and mythology enthusiasts alike. From Sept. 25th to Oct. 30th, Haverford College’s classics department will exhibit “Tales of Troy” at the Magill Library Alcove. “Tales of… Keep Reading

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Dear 1968,… by artist Sadie Barnette

By THERESA DIFFENDAL, Editor-in-Chief Photos by ABIGAIL WEBSTER In Dear 1968,… artist Sadie Barnette transforms Haverford College’s Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery into a bold and inspiring reclamation of the 500-page file the FBI compiled on her father during his time in the Black Pant her Party. In 1968, Rodney Barnette was only 24 years old and already… Keep Reading

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Fun for All at French Mutations Film Festival

By BELLE WEINER, Staff Writer If you wander across either Bryn Mawr or Haverford’s campus on a Friday night and hear voices echoing in French, don’t worry, you are not losing your mind. The colleges’ French departments are hosting weekly film screenings as part of the French Mutations Film Festival. The festival received funding from… Keep Reading

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Cities Department Workshop Looks to the Future

By Will Herzog, Contributing Writer Over 30 students, professors, alumnae/ni, and even a parent of a prospective student gathered in Thomas Great Hall on the morning of Saturday, April 8 to discuss the future of the Growth and Structure of Cities department. As the department prepares to welcome two tenure-track professors over the next two… Keep Reading

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Wake Up, Haverford! Yoshi Nomura’s DEARBED Strives to Start Conversation

By EMMA ROGERS, Staff Writer DEARBED transforms the ordinary into the thought-provoking. The piece–a biographical art exhibit presented and performed in Founders’ Great Hall April 7 and 8–consisted of both an ongoing performance section as well as an interactive exhibition featuring stories from Tri-Co students. DEARBED is art in its most deliberate form: honest, unforgiving,… Keep Reading

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Cities Workshop Offers Insight for the Future

By William Herzog, in collaboration with Cities Professors Jennifer Hurley and Gary McDonogh Over thirty students, professors, alumnae/ni, and even a parent of a prospective student gathered on the morning of Saturday, April 8 in Thomas Great Hall to discuss the Growth and Structure of Cities department and its alignment for the future. Titled the… Keep Reading

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