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Pinwheel Day 2012 Marks The Beginning of Spring!

Due to this year’s relatively mild winter it feels like we’ve been enjoying blue skies and sun for weeks already, but it never truly feels like spring on Haverford’s campus until Pinwheel Day. Continue reading

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April Fool’s Day in the KINSC

Each year students decorate Zubrow Commons in the KINSC in honor of April Fool’s Day. There seems to always be a theme and this year was no exception. Welcome to the Shire, and lands beyond…

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Founders Goes “Vegas” For One Night Only

The roulette wheels were spinning in Founders on Jan. 27 as Haverford hosted its first ever Casino Night, a joint effort between Fords Against Boredom (FAB) and the Haverford College chapter of the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Continue reading

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Digital Cartography: Connecting the Past and Present

On Jan. 26, Robert Cheetham and Deb Boyer, who both work at geospatial software development firm Azavea, illustrated how one can now use digital maps to connect more than just places at a talk in Magill Library. Continue reading

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Ukuleles in the Cold

Despite frosty temperatures outside, an impromptu ukulele concert broke out on the steps of Founders on Friday afternoon. Continue reading

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Fall 2011 Student Dance Concert

On Saturday, November 19, students from the Bi-Co community performed the annual Fall Student Dance Concert, featuring performances from the dance troupes Bounce, Mayuri, Pulso Latino and Yalah!, as well as those by a number of dancers not affiliated with any particular group. Continue reading

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Reflections on a Summer Internship

Nora Landis-Shack ’13 is one of hundreds of Haverford students who engaged in summer work and internships this year. Here she recounts the lessons learned during her work with Peace Action, an anti-war and anti-nuclear weapons grassroots organization in New York. Continue reading

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Global Politics and the Products We Buy

Students in Assistant Professor of Political Science Craig Borowiak’s Politics of Globalization class displayed posters that trace the history, production process and global supply chain of specific consumer products. Continue reading

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