Romantic Piano and Cello Concert Serenades Listeners

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,… Keep Reading


The Unbelievable Super Bowl LI: A Rundown

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… Keep Reading


Postcards from Abroad: The Prince and I

My study abroad program boasted about “hands-on learning.” I had no idea how literal that would turn out to be. While abroad, I did a project on the former First Lady of my host country. She is currently on trial for delving too far into the presidency– that is, while her husband was President, she… Keep Reading


The Official Bi-Co Response to the Immigration Ban

By Kate Hawthorne, Staff Writer Two weeks ago, on Jan. 27, 2017, President Donald Trump signed an executive order barring citizens of seven muslim-majority countries from entering the United States for a period of 90 days. Mass confusion ensued as many officials attempted to send back any non-American citizen coming from one of the seven… Keep Reading


The Saving Power of Poetry: A Talk by Sparrow

By Rachel Hertzberg, Staff Writer In Haverford College’s Multicultural Center on Friday, Feb. 2, the poet Sparrow gave a talk entitled “Agility in the Age of Trump: Can Poetry Save Us?” As the room filled up, Sparrow played an improvisational piece on the piano, and students, faculty, and community members settled in for an entertaining… Keep Reading


Review of Exhibiting Africa: Ways of Seeing, Knowing, and Showing

By Diana Pope, Staff Writer This February, anybody can gain a fresh perspective on the history of African Art by visiting the student-organized exhibit Exhibiting Africa: Ways of Seeing, Knowing, and Showing in Canaday Library. Students from the museum studies course, “The Politics and Poetics of Race” gathered an array of artifacts, sculptures, and photographs… Keep Reading


Cartoonist Leela Corman Gives Talk on the Power of Comics

By Theresa Diffendal, Staff Writer Comic artist Leela Corman visited Bryn Mawr on Thursday, Feb. 2, to give a talk on her comics, which address her own and her family’s experiences with PTSD, dealing with intense grief, and being Jewish in modern America. Corman was introduced to comics at the age of 13. She listed… Keep Reading


Haverford Alum Bruce Andrews Speaks to Students about Success

 By Theresa Diffendal, Staff Writer Haverford College alumnus Bruce Andrews ‘90 returned to his alma mater Jan. 25 to talk about his work on Capitol Hill, including his role as Acting Deputy Secretary of Commerce under President Obama. Attending Haverford was a happy accident for him: “I visited Haverford because I went to interview at… Keep Reading

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