Anyone who loves food, and that means everyone, will be excited to know that this Sunday there will be food trucks on campus at one of events hosted by Haverford’s AIDS Service Network: Project Food Truck. You can take a week off from DC brunch and stop by founders from 11:30 to 2:30 to get food from Dadz Grilled Cheez and BrazBQ. 10% of all proceeds from the food trucks will be donated to the Mazzoni Center in Philadelphia which means that you can picnic on founders and give back to the fight against HIV and AIDS at the same time.

Don’t just stop there either. You will be able to learn more about the resources offered by Philadelphia HIV organizations and Haverford’s Morris Health Center. Come out for delicious Brazilian burgers and grilled cheese and for information that can help save lives and learn ways to give back.

For information on the food trucks check out these websites:

Dadz Grilled Cheez - dadzgrilledcheez.wix.com/dadzgrilledcheez
BrazBQ - brazbq.com/

Information on the organizations can be found here:

Mazzoni Center - mazzonicenter.org/
AIDS Fund - www.aidsfundphilly.org/
Galei - www.galaei.org/
Morris Health Center - www.haverford.edu/healthservices/

And like Haverford AIDS Service Network on Facebook for more information!

and check out 8D if you are looking for ways to get involved.

Have you ever picked up tickets or tokens from the SAO office and thought, “I really wish I could have more tickets/tokens because I want to make more than one stop” ?

Guess what! After fall break you wont have to worry about that because replacing the tickets and tokens are One Day Independence Passes! The One Day Independence Pass provides unlimited travel on Bus, Trolley, Subway, and Regional Rail. It is valid at all times on the Airport Line and also provides unlimited Phlash Service (May-October). It is not activated until first use on the system, and is valid until 2:00 AM following midnight on the day of activation.

So go forth into Philly Fords! Go forth and enjoy unlimited rides!

Independence Pass

Hey HC 16,

Next Thursday, September 19th at 8:30 pm is the Sophomore Lock-in! It will take place in Gooding Arena (in the GIAC) and it will be a great opportunity to connect with your classmates, have some fun, learn some valuable information, and eat free food.

Bingo, prizes, food- all of these are great draws, but imagine if you got all of that and some practical knowledge about navigating the summer internship scene. You’d be way ahead of the game.

There are lots of summer opportunities out there, but it can be a challenge to find the right one and make it happen. Enter the CCPA and the Student Activities Office.

The CCPA has taken the internship programs that the College offers, which span a diverse range of interests, and created a resource where you can find the description, program details, application forms and time-frame. You can find this trove of information here:

www.haverford.edu/giving/stewardship/internships.php

Want to work in a Social Justice field? CPGC

Business/Entrepreneurial? Whitehead Internship

Research in the natural sciences? KINSC Stipends …What!?

Pre-med, public health projects? Check. Steven Jaharis Fellowship

Journalism/Communications? Yep. Silk Internship  and Smart Family Grant

Service Projects, Non-Profits, and Outreach, oh my! Summer Serve, Lambda Alumni Program, Gertrude Heller Grant

Arts and Humanities, all the way: Hurford Center Internships

It’s a lot, but that just means that there is probably something that you can make work for you!

At the lock in, this information and more will be presented so that you can understand your options, ask questions, and hopefully grow more confidant and comfortable about applying for a summer internship.

Come check it out!

 

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  • 12 September 2013
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You can’t beat springtime at Haverford in terms of biking weather. But you can end up with flat tires, wonky brakes, or some other breakdown after you bring your bike out of hibernation.

That’s where the Fixit comes to the rescue!

Dero Fixit

The answer to all your bike maintenance needs, right here on campus!

 

Brought to you by Students’ Council and the CER’s Greening Haverford Fund, the Fixit is a public bicycle repair stand equipped with a pump, tire levers, flat and Phillips head screwdrivers, flat wrenches, and metric Allen wrenches.

Now that it’s so beautiful outside, you don’t have to worry about borrowing a pump or going into Ardmore to get your bike in working order, just head to the south lot:

Fixit Location

The Fixit is located between the fine arts building and the GIAC, adjacent to the south lot.

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  • 12 April 2013
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The second generation of nerf warriors is about to be crowned, this Saturday, Feb. 23 (New Date) in Ryan Gym.
Last fall was a blast, there are more and better prizes this time and we just bought some kick-awesome new nerf blasters!

Large quantity of Nerf

Bran' Spankin' New

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seriously, check out this awesome T-shirt:

Delicious

All yours!

That is a prize! And you get to pick your own size!

Come have an awesome afternoon playing some Nerf! Sign up your team here: docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dDdQbFNfRGNTT1c3YWRvU0tPUjlub3c6MA#gid=0

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  • 12 February 2013
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Come watch this Friday and Saturday in Sharpless

This Friday and Saturday (Nov.16 & 17) FAB is having 4 screenings of The Dark Knight Rises, and it looks to be epic.

Costume contest? Check. Free Popcorn? Check. Intense action? Check.

Showings: Friday at 8 and 10:30 pm + Saturday at 2 and 8 pm

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  • 15 November 2012
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