Haver- Hacks: How to Crush Magill!

Hey folks! So, this post of Haver-Hacks is based on How to Crush Magill Library! So, first off I want to say Magill is my preferred study spot and is the study spot of choice for many Haverford Students. However, there are a lot of students who prefer other libraries or places on campus to study which…

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Published:July 10, 2015 View Post

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Getting Involved!

Hey Fords! Hope all of your summers are off to a great start! I just wanted to let you know about some of the opportunities that await you here at Haverford and how to make the most of them! Because of its size, Haverford is a able to offer a tight-knit community that not many…

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Published:July 4, 2015 View Post

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Haver- Hacks! Let’s Talk About SECS!

Hey guys! Welcome to your second post of Haver- Hacks! First, we want to say we’re sorry for not blog posting lately- we have been pretty busy with your Housing Questionnaires! Second, today I wanted to post about SECS (Special Events Committee for Students) which is a student run committee that organizes and runs large…

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Published:June 30, 2015 View Post

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Time for a Change: The Transition to Haverford

Hello incoming first-years! It’s probably the beginning of summer for most of you, which means that your first year at Haverford is getting ever-closer! You’re probably a jumbled mess of conflicting emotions right now; happy, sad, excited, afraid… but that’s okay! This post will be my brief guide to ensure a smooth transition to Haverford…

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Published:June 19, 2015 View Post

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Haver-Hacks: What to and What Not to Bring to Haverford!

Hey guys! Every week I’m going to be writing a new blog post! And they’re all going to be centered on Haver- Hacks! Haver- Hacks (hav-er-haks):Tricks used to better or simplify your first year experience at Haverford College. This week’s blog post will be about What To and What Not to Bring to Haverford College!…

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Published:June 15, 2015 View Post

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Introduction: Sophie McGlynn

Hi Friends! My name’s Sophie and I’ll be working as the student assistant in the International Student Services Office this summer. That means that if you’re an international student, I’ll be spending my next few months helping to get things ready for when you arrive, answering your questions, and getting super excited about meeting you…

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Published:June 11, 2015 View Post

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The Honor Code: A “SparkNotes” Summary

As future Haverford students, you’ve undoubtedly come in contact with the Honor Code at some point already. Whether you were writing your Honor Code supplemental essay for your application, signing the Code itself as part of matriculating, or re-reading it as a form of procrastination, you probably have some sense of the role that the…

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Published:June 10, 2015 View Post

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Favorite Study Spots!

As we are wrapping up this year and everyone is finishing up their finals I thought it would be nice to see what everyone’s favorite study spots are. Here are a couple places that people enjoy studying: “My favorite spot is Zubrow Commons in the INSC because there are big tables to spread your stuff…

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Published:May 12, 2015 View Post

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Pinwheel Day!

With classes coming to a close for the spring semester, students were able to lounge outside and enjoy a long-standing tradition here at Haverford, Pinwheel Day! Pinwheel Day is a celebration of the spring season and the beautiful weather it brings! As the tradition stands, on a select spring day, the campus awakes to discover Founder’s Green…

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Published:April 29, 2015 View Post

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Life Skills Workshop: How to Adult

Ever wondered what it was like to be an actual adult? Paying for things with real money, worrying about taxes and health insurance. Today in the Bryn Mawr Room of the Dining Center, Lily Lavner ’07, Chloe Tucker ’07 and Franklyn Cantor ’12 sat down with some Fords, from freshmen to seniors, and tried to…

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Published:April 10, 2015 View Post

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