Access & Disability Services Survey:
In a continued effort to make our campus accessible, inclusive and welcoming to all, Access and Disability Services (ADS) would like to gather information about the obstacles and accessibility needs you have encountered on campus. We ask that you take a minute to click on this link https://goo.gl/forms/WLzmEJnDM6URF13F2 and answer a one question survey. Thank you!
February 16–FCNL Spring Lobby Weekend
February 18—Domestic Self-Designed, Research, & Senior Bridge
6:00-7:00: SLAC Open Forum
6:00-7:00: Extern Orientation
10:00: Alumni Career Chat with Sam Freeman ‘97
4:30-6:00: Religion Department Candidate Talk
4:30-6:30: Contemporary Middle Eastern Film Series
4:15-6:00: HCAH Mellon Fellow Candidate Talk
6:30-7:30: Overland Information Session
7:30-9:00: Susan Howe, a poetry reading
12:00-2:00: react Community Conversation
11:00-1:00: Men’s Basketball
11:30-5:00: Men’s & Women’s Indoor Track & Field
12:00-5:00: Student Farmer Symposium
1:00-3:00: Men’s Lacrosse
3:00-5:00: Ugly Reading
Participants for Senior Thesis:
Hi! I am an anthropology major doing a senior thesis on toxicity and harassment in massive multiplayer online games (MMOs). I am interested in hearing about the experiences of different players, and I am looking for male gamers to participate in a short interview (female interviewees are recruited from BMC). I am interested to speaking with gamers who communicate online with other players! The interview will take about 15-30 minutes and can be scheduled at your convenience. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested! All participants will be kept anonymous.
Thank you, Kayla Patton
Radical Action for Mountains’ and People’s Survival (RAMPS)
We will be attending eHAUS dinner at 6pm on Thursday February 15th for an informal chat on the intersectional environmental organizing work they do. At 7:30pm later that evening, RAMPS will host a more structured presentation in Stokes Auditorium. Come to one or both for lots of insight on what RAMPS does to address the issues of mountaintop removal, coal-mining, mass incarceration, white supremacy, the pharmaceutical-industrial complex, and poverty in Appalachia, West Virginia. See http://rampscampaign.org/ for more info!
Career Trek in DC: Conversations with Alumni in Public Policy
Friday, March 16, 11:00 – 2:30
Register in Handshake before February 23: https://haverford.joinhandshake.com/events/124268/share_preview
Gain insight and get advice from a group alumni who work in public policy in Washington, DC
Alumni attendees include: Bruce Andrews ’90, Managing Director, Rock Creek Global Advisors (former Deputy Secretary, US Department of Commerce), Alexis Covey-Brandt ’01, Chief of Staff to the Democratic Whip, Jessica Lewis ’92, Staff Director, Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Alumni Career Chat with Sam Freeman ’97
Tuesday, February 13th, 10:00 a.m, The Atrium, Fine Arts Building. Come to hear from Sam Freeman ’97 about his career journey from Haverford to owning a gallery in Los Angeles, CA. For more information about him, check out http://samuelfreeman.com Co-sponsored by the Fine Arts Department and Hurford Center
Overland Information Session
Wednesday, February 14th, 6:30 p.m. Swarthmore Room, DC. This summer join the community of dynamic, accomplished and charismatic Overland leaders who help students see the world and all of its beauty and promise. Overland hires college students and recent graduates to lead summer programs around the the world. The staff of over 200 leaders and support staff spend ten days training and six weeks leading or supporting programs. Leaders describe Overland as the most challenging and satisfying leadership and work experience they have ever had. For more information and how to apply, visit our website www.overlandsummers.com/lead-us. Please email Emily Hammel email@example.com if you plan to attend.
Please join the Religion Department in attending one final talk in our series of Islamic Studies tenure-track faculty candidate talks! On Tues, Feb. 13, Manuela Ceballos (Assistant Professor at University of Tennessee, Knoxville) will be presenting “Ink and Blood: Transmission and Ritual Purity in the Early Modern Western Mediterranean.” Tea @ 4:15-4:30pm & Talk @ 4:30-6pm. The talk is preceded by the opportunity to have lunch with the candidate in the DC Sunken Lounge @ 12-1:30 pm. Lunch vouchers provided.
The Vagina Monologues
Interested in sharing your story and having YOUR voice be heard? We are looking for monologue submissions! The Vagina Monologues will be performed on February 23rd and 24th in Lunt Basement. Please follow this link for more information. 🙂 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc5QDcFRrQBfLOGQBs0WuqgXA4QZAHBknYVESKeWDE6ZdgJqw/viewform *Open to anyone who does not identify as a cis-man*
The Student Leadership Advisory Committee (SLAC)
We will be holding a community forum at *6pm TOMORROW, Monday, 2/12, in Stokes Auditorium* to present the plan for the restructuring of the Students’ Council budgeting procedures, to take effect Fall 2018. All student clubs and organizations are highly encouraged to attend, and it is recommended that all members of club/organization leadership attend (esp. first-years and sophomores who will be the next generation of club/organization leaders). If you are unable to attend this session, there will be another one later in the semester.
Sunday February 18th, 12PM Quaker House HCA 23 1st Floor – Seeking deeper rather than superficial interactions with peers? Join us in a Quaker model of dialogue for engaging deeply and focusing sharply on a specific topic or issue. In Worship Sharing, each person has a turn to speak if they would like and each message is followed with a period of silent reflection. This weeks topic: What does Community mean to you? – From admissions to alums, we hear the word community used a lot to describe Haverford. Come discuss what community means to you at Haverford and elsewhere.
Club Athletic Trainer
The club athletic trainer will be available Monday to Friday from 7 pm to 8 pm in the Whitehead campus center room 205A every week except for Spring Break.
Do it in the Dark
February 17th-March 9th. Get ready for Haverford’s annual inter-dorm Energy Consumption Reduction Competition complimented by fun cross-campus events. Dorms go head-to-head to see who can reduce electricity consumption the most over 3-weeks. Match-ups are Kim vs. Tritton; Barclay vs. Gummere; Leeds vs. Lloyd; Jones vs. Comfort vs. Lunt. Overall winner receives a celebration with delicious food, raffle for a bike, and commemorative championship arboretum tree planting. Sub-competition winners receive their own delicious food celebrations courtesy of the Committee for Environmental Responsibility. See the poster below for events and visit our table in the DC this week!
Have questions about Haverford policies or procedures? Refer to the Student’s Guide for more information. The form for submitting an update is here. Please submit before 5pm on Sunday night.