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Casting Call for Tomorrow’s Tickets

By NAOMI BONILLA, Staff Writer I went to see the musical Hamilton earlier this month with my uncle. I was excited, as I’d been trying to find tickets for two years. Fifteen minutes before the opening number, the taxi was stuck in traffic and we realized we might miss the opening number. We got off… Keep Reading

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Toward a Different Self-Care

By ALEX TUCKER, Guest Writer The self-care movement is in vogue right now. YouTube vloggers (that’s video bloggers) share their personal self-care routines to thousands of subscribers, online publications extol its virtues, and on Bryn Mawr’s campus the words “self-care” are never far away, physically or mentally. Taking care of oneself emotionally and psychologically is… Keep Reading


“Fordlanthropy” Asks the Wrong Questions

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… Keep Reading


A Look Inside Social Media’s Impact on Society

By Diana Pope, Staff Writer Everyone nowadays seems to be obsessed with one thing: social media image. Social media has an undeniable presence in American society, and it is one of the most accessible commodities in the world right now. Anyone can open a Facebook account or start an Instagram — the beauty of social… Keep Reading


Women’s March Was a Movement for All

  By Elizabeth Hoo, Staff Writer I attended the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017 . In anticipation of Trump’s actions in office, and particularly those that may affect women, many individuals marched to ensure that our nation would not be pushed back decades in federal policy. There were an estimated half-million marchers… Keep Reading


As We Go Marching, Marching (in Philadelphia)

By Kate Hawthorne, Staff Writer I ignored the TV and facebook streams all day on Jan. 20, 2017, as I tried to deny the fact that Donald J. Trump – entrepreneur “extraordinaire” – had just been inaugurated as the 45 president of the United States of America. I refused to read the transcript of his… Keep Reading

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