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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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The Haverford Women*s Center Hangs Clothesline Project For Sexual Assault Awareness

By EMMA ROGERS, staff writer This week, in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (S.A.A.M.), the Haverford College Women*s Center hung a clothesline of t-shirts between Hall and Magill library containing both general statements concerning and personal quotes from survivors of sexual abuse. The t-shirts, which are vibrantly-colored and, from a distance, deceptively upbeat, were… Keep Reading

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Haverfest 2017: More Than Just Your Average Tea Party

By ETHAN LYNE Signs of spring are everywhere, from the budding flowers on trees to more students wearing shorts around campus. And the onset of Spring means that Haverfest, one of Haverford’s annual traditions and biggest events of the year, is right around the corner. Haverfest is a time for Fords to rejoice in the… Keep Reading

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Graffiti Flowers in Bloom at Bryn Mawr

By Theresa Diffendal Flowers of various hues bloomed overnight during the last weekend of March–spray-painted flowers, that is. On March 25, a flower design appeared painted on the ground in various spots on Bryn Mawr’s campus. No one is sure who painted them or why. At 12:19 p.m.on March 25, Marit Eiler ’20 posted an… Keep Reading

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Haverford Continues the Fight Against ALS

  By MICHAEL FRANCIS SCHWARZE, Business Manager      Haverford College ALS Awareness Week kicks off Monday, April 3, and culminates in the ninth annual Joe Schwartz ’83 Memorial 3K Run/Walk on Sunday April 9. The week’s activities support amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research, a progressive neurodegenerative disease that approximately 6,400 people are diagnosed with… Keep Reading

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A New Hope for Haverford’s Magill Library

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… Keep Reading

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