Welcome back! We hope everyone had a relaxing Spring Break. Friendly reminder that the final drafts of any proposed resolutions will be due to the SC Co-Presidents on Sunday, April 1st at 11:59pm. Have a great week!
April 8th: Faculty Support, Off-Campus Conferences & Workshops, On-Campus Events, Community Engagement, Student Research
April 22nd: Faculty Support, Off-Campus Conference & Workshops, On-Campus Events
4:30-6:30: Wadjda – Bicycles, Garbage, and Cameras: Contemporary Middle Eastern Film Series
1:00-2:15: BSL presents Reclaim
4:30-6:00: “African Americans, Quakers, and the Racial Limits of Religious Freedom”
4:30-6:00: “Jamming, Jetting, and Flow: Complexity in the Flow of Granular-Fluid Systems”
7:00-8:30: Travis Alabanza “BEFORE I STEP OUTSIDE (YOU LOVE ME)”
4:30: Men’s Lacrosse
4:30-6:00: Mexico’s Human Rights Crisis at the Edge of Elections by Omar Garcia
6:00-7:00: Fulbright Info Session
6:30-7:30: Careers in Law Panel
7:00-8:00: Dan Fishback: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN AN ANTI-ZIONIST JEW DECIDES TO EXIST?
7:00-9:30: STRANGE TRUTH: Rat Film
12:00-1:00: Pre-Law Orientation
4:30-6:00: Unwilling: Exercises in Melancholy Artist Roundtable
6:00-8:00: March for Our Lives
10:30-4:30: ten thousand times and one hundred more – Campus-Wide Performance by Justine A. Chambers
12:00-1:00: Fords on Friday/Career Chat with L.T. Edwards ’12
12:00-2:00: react Community Conversation
4:00-5:30: OAR Reading Rainbow
6:00-9:30: Outskirts and Mainliners Midsemester Show
7:00-11:00: HIP Mocktail Party
8:00-10:00: ETHOS Movie Screening
12:00: Men’s Tennis
12:00: Women’s Tennis
9:00: FUCS Presents: JPEGMAFIA and Tierra Whack
1:00: Men’s Lacrosse
2:00-4:00: March for Our Lives
4:00-9:00: “Sex on the Table” Workshop
Machine Learning & AI Safety Reading Group
The Machine Learning & AI Safety Reading Group meets Wednesdays 8-10pm to discuss cutting-edge machine learning techniques and advances in ensuring robustly beneficial artificial intelligence. Use this form to sign up: https://goo.gl/forms/OHMB8RRyrarZy4G92
IITS LYNDA Challenge
Did you know that Haverford provide students with free access to Lynda.com? Lynda.com offers high quality video training courses on a variety of topics including Python, C++, HTML, CSS, R, Excel, Photoshop, and Web design. Go to haverford.edu/lynda and get started with this great resource today. The student using this service most during the month of March will win a $25 Amazon gift card! Contact email@example.com
Tax Info Session
The Tax Info Session for F1 Students will be held on Thursday, March 22, 4-5pm at Stokes 102. For those who requested a Sprintax code, you can pick up your code at the session – please bring your W2. Email Natasha (nweisz@hc) if you still need to request a code.
Music and Arts House: “Celebration”
Music and Arts House presents “Celebration,” first in a themed exhibition series to bring student artists and their work to the Haverford community. This quarterly multimedia exhibition will take place in the living space of Apartment 50 to bolster student art presence and provide an inclusive community space.
“Celebration” can take many forms: celebrations of identity, religious rites, college parties, that first live concert you went to, or a personal jam session. Make it your own! We are accepting short writing pieces, poetry, audio, video, sculptures and other visual works! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Submission Deadline: March 31st Thank you!
NEW Intramural Tennis will be having an interest meeting on Monday (19th) at 4:30 in the conference room of the GIAC. If you’re interested but can’t make it, email acohn1@hc or sjesup@hc. Register on bionic if you’d like PE credit (3hr/week), but all levels of skill and commitment are welcome. Tennis balls will be provided and we also have spare tennis rackets to share!
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.