Students De-Stress With Rescue Dogs

Students De-Stress With Rescue Dogs

Yesterday, in the middle of finals week, the Punt Pre-Vet Society hosted furry friends in the Old Gym to help soothe frazzled students. Their De-Stress With Dogs event, in which recently fostered or adopted pups from Main Line Animal Rescue come to campus to cuddle...
A Tri-College Teach-In on Policing and Protest

A Tri-College Teach-In on Policing and Protest

“I know how black it looks today for you. It looked black that day too. Yes, we were trembling. We have not stopped trembling yet, but if we had not loved each other, none of us would have survived, and now you must survive because we love you and for the sake...
A Night of Homegrown Musical Talent in the Bi-Co

A Night of Homegrown Musical Talent in the Bi-Co

Last week Lunt Basement, which often plays host to weekend parties and eclectic gigs presented by the Federation United Concert Series (FUCS), held a Bi-Co Bands and Songwriters event with Haverford and Bryn Mawr College artists taking the stage for a night full of...
Class-Created Student Exhibitions in Magill

Class-Created Student Exhibitions in Magill

Walk around Magill and you might notice certain pop-up exhibits installed in various locations in the library. They are part of Three Exhibitions: With and without Margaret Ralston Gest, which opened Friday, Nov. 14. The three pop-up exhibits were created by students...
Roundup: Friday Night Festivities

Roundup: Friday Night Festivities

There is always something happening on the Haverford campus on a weekend, and last Friday night was no different. Five different student events were held, including a DC Iron Chef  cook-off, Meat Snarf’s improvised comedy show, a community contra dance, a...
Remembering Vietnam on Veteran’s Day

Remembering Vietnam on Veteran’s Day

“I have been waiting for 50 years for something good to come out of Vietnam, [and] tonight is the first night it has happened.” That was a comment from an audience member at “The Vietnam War in Poetry: Ancient History or Prescient Harbinger?” a poetry reading...