The Board of Managers will be meeting this weekend! They would like to have dinner with members of our community on Thursday, February 8th at 7:00PM in the Faculty Dining Room. Spots are limited at 15 students. If you are interested in sharing a meal with them and discussing your experience at Haverford, email the SC Co-Presidents at email@example.com right away with your name and year (by Monday 11:59 pm at the latest)! It’s first come, first served. Have a great week!
10 Amazon Gift Cards: Fill out the Co-Secretary’s Survey (5 minutes) on classroom participation and be entered to win one of ten amazon gift cards!! https://goo.gl/forms/FUFV1ZtxYyPk8NeH3
February 11—Self-designed international internships
February 11—Haverford House Post-Bac
February 18—Self-designed domestic internships
February 18—Extern Program Spring Break
7:00-8:30: Sustainability / Ready For 100% MontCo meeting
4:15-6:15: Laser Cutting Workshop
6:00-7:00: HCAH Student Seminar Info Session
7:30: Women’s Basketball
4:30-6:00: Public Reading & Discussion by Rahul Mehta
7:00 Men’s Basketball
7:00-8:00: KINSC Application Writing Workshop
4:30-6:00: Black Atlas Exhibition Roundtable
7:00 Women’s Basketball
7:00-10:00: Daniel Otero Lecture
12:00-2:00: react Community Conversation
12:00-1:00: Fords on Friday
6:00-10:00: Love Shack
7:00-9:00: Hello! Sadness!
10:30: Women’s Squash
10:30: Men’s Squash
7:00-9:00: Qué tan lejos
Arboretum Poetry Contest Winter 2018: The Haverford College Arboretum seeks for submissions for its Winter 2018 Poetry Contest. The contest is open only to Tri-Co students. Send 1-3 poems related to nature to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 15, 2018. Poems will be read blindly by Arboretum staff and Haverford faculty. One winner will be selected and published in the Arboretum’s Spring newsletter. DEADLINE: 2/15/18. QUESTIONS: E-mail email@example.com or stop by the Arboretum offices.
Haverfarm: The Haverfarm is hosting a Student Farmer Symposium on February 17, from 1-5 pm in Zubrow. The Student Farmer Symposium is a platform for student farmers and sustainability/diversity leaders from the Greater Philadelphia Area to gather, share information and ideas, network, and organize. There will be keynote speakers, workshops, and food for the body and spirit. Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please direct any questions to email@example.com
Hurford Center Student Seminars Information Session: Tuesday, February 6, 6pm – 7pm, VCAM Community Kitchen, Dinner Provided. Deadline to Propose a seminar: 3/26/18. Deadline to Join a seminar: 4/16/18. Student Seminars are interdisciplinary, not-for-credit classes designed and run by students in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, proposed in the spring and taking place in fall 2018. Seminar leaders and members become Hurford Center Undergraduate Fellows, receiving book stipends and funds to bring speakers to campus.
Black Atlas Round Table: Crating the World: Thursday, February 8th, 4:30-6pm VCAM Object Study / Media Production Classroom 20. Based on the contributions by Ariella Azoulay and Gabrielle Moser for the upcoming publication by artist Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn, Crating the World addresses the colonial legacies of collecting, documenting, and displaying practices in Western museums. Azoulay’s essay discusses the circulation of material culture from colonized countries while focusing on the local labor, shipping, and distribution of material culture as intrinsic to Western self-identification and dismantling the social fabric of the source community. Moser examines the meaning of the wooden crates as vessels for a two-way cultural contamination, as well as for the emergence of civic rights, yet limited, for Indigenous communities in Northern Canada. Quinn (Director of Exhibitions and Public Programs for the Penn Museum in Philadelphia) and Scott (Director of Museum Studies at Bryn Mawr College) examine questions of representing Africa in local institutions and will serve as moderators for the roundtable discussion. Free and open to the public.
Tri-Co Film Festival: Apply to be a Tri-Co Film Festival Intern. As an intern, you would be responsible for learning the details of the Festival in order to assist with social media and in-person outreach, classroom visits, and guiding peers through the submission processs. You would also be compiling some archive-based material for the festival’s upcoming archive initiative, which will include creating posts for the festival’s new instagram account (@tricofilmfest). As the film submission deadline approaches (April 27th), you will also be responsible for understanding file export and compression protocols so that you may assist fellow students on your campus. Closer to this deadline, you will work with festival director to choose a three hour time slot where you will be available at your campus computer/media lab to help students with this process. Applications due by February 5th at 11:59pm. Please email the festival director, Harlow Figa, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
CCPA Networking Lunch with Alumni Leaders: Sat., 2/10/18, 12:00pm. Register in Handshake by Feb. 5, https://haverford.joinhandshake.com/events/118897/share_preview Are you nervous to reach out to alumni individually for career advice or info? Do you think alumni won’t have time to talk with you? Do you have questions about After Haverford? If you answered yes to any of these question, attend this event with alumni leaders. Interact, network, and gain advice from alumni leaders. Learn how alumni leaders have successfully used their liberal arts background in their careers.
Fords on Friday :- Alumni Career Chat: Natalie Wossene ’08, Director of Sales & Marketing, Team Microsoft, Intel (formerly a Teach for America Corps member), 2/9/18, 12:00 pm, CCPA Stokes 300. https://haverford.joinhandshake.com/events/113265/share_preview
Mock Law School Admissions with Maurer School of Law, 2/7/18, 12:00 pm, at BMC, Dalton 212E. https://haverford.joinhandshake.com/events/124131/share_preview
Migration Conference at Haverford College (Open to the Tri-Co): Join us in welcoming our guest speaker Daniel Otero who will be giving three workshops. 1. Practical Activism: Voices from the South on Feb. 7th in WCC 313 from 7-9pm. 2. Borderlands and refugee integration in Mexico: An intersectional view from the ground on Feb. 8th in Zubrow Commons from 7-9pm. 3. Cuir/LGBTQIA Migration on Feb. 10th in WCC 313 from 5-7pm. This workshop is linked to a trip to the Gayborhood this same day from 11am-3pm. Food and transportation will be provided. **It is not necessary to come to both** We will also have a few other times to meet Daniel Otero if the workshops do not fit your schedule. These are open to everyone, NO prior knowledge on activism, migration, LGBTQIA rights, or indigenous rights is required. First come, first served. Lunch on Feb. 8th: 12-1:30pm with a 15 student cap. RSVP ONLY. https://goo.gl/forms/kISyvawDjMImwN4s1 Dinner on Feb. 8th: 5-7pm with 30 student cap. RSVP ONLY. https://goo.gl/forms/WOD54Tmfyk07aqwR2
Haverford Snapchat: Want to help give prospective students a insider’s view of life as a Haverford student or get on-campus publicity for your club, team, or event? Take over the College’s Snapchat account (Haverford.edu) for a day! We’re looking for folks to volunteer for Snapchat takeovers this semester. Contact email@example.com in College Communications for more information.
Joe Schwartz 3K Training Program: The Joe Schwartz 3K Training Program begins this Monday! This 10-week fitness program offers workouts through TeamBuildr, free exercise classes, and weekly health tips and tricks. Participants can register points for completing various fitness activities to win cool prizes like a giftcard to Trader Joes! This program also promotes the Joe Schwartz ’83 Memorial 3K Run/Walk, an event on April 15th benefiting the ALS Foundation. To sign up for the training program, please contact Zoe Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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