Weekly Consensus 4/9-4/15

Hey Haverford,

Thanks to everyone who showed up to Special Plenary. We were able to reach quorum (941 students) in 32 minutes and the Honor Code was ratified. Have a great week!

 

Application Deadlines:

 

CPCG:

  • April 22nd: Faculty Support, Off-Campus Conference & Workshops, On-Campus Events

 

Events Calendar

 

Monday 4/9

12:00-1:00: Dear Television:  Writing For and About TV with Phil Maciak

4:30-6:00: Philip Maciak Lecture

4:30-6:00: Storytelling and Poetry Workshop

4:30-6:00: “The Big Picture: On the Origins of Life, Meaning, and the Universe Itself”

 

Tuesday 4/10

3:30: Baseball vs. Washington

4:30-5:30: Digitization and Guatemala’s Disappeared

4:30-6:00: Screening: Era un Lunes (rough cut) with Lisa Stevenson

4:30-6:00: “The Origin of the Universe and the Arrow of Time”

 

Wednesday 4/11

12:00-1:00: College Funded Internship Orientation

12:00-1:30: Hospitalidad Radical y Migración Global / Radical Hospitality and Global Migration

4:00-5:15: Study Abroad Financial Aid Information Session

6:00-9:00: Title IX Teach-in

7:00: Men’s Lacrosse vs. Washington

 

Thursday 4/12

12:00-1:30: Community Organizing – in Rural Appalachia

3:00: Softball vs. Eastern

4:30-6:00: Law is an Imperfect Tool: Culpability in the #MeToo Movement

7:00-9:00: Ethical Representation, Power, Privilege, and Advocacy

 

Friday 4/13

12:00-2:00: react Community Conversation

1:30-4:30: Guerrero Film and Discussion: Arts, Film, and Activism

 

Saturday 4/14

9:00-11:00: Spotlight Theatre spring show

11:00: Women’s Tennis

11:00: Men’s Tennis

11:00-12:30: This is On Record

12:30: Baseball vs. Johns Hopkins

2:00: Cricket vs. Penn

 

Sunday 4/15

9:00: Joe Schwartz 3K

10:00-3:00: MAAG: Breaking Down Bamboo Walls

 

Community Announcements:

 

8th Dimension:

Service Saturday (04/14/18): Mill Creek Urban Farm. MCF Mission Statement: “We envision a world in which everyone has access to affordable, healthy, culturally appropriate food, and where local communities work collaboratively to build a food system that is socially just and environmentally and economically sustainable.” (Mill Creek Farm Website). 8D van will leave south lot at 11:30 am. We will be back on campus at 2:30 pm. Please bring snacks and a water bottle! Sign Up Here! https://goo.gl/forms/a9T5gyrC9tqVdBKi1

 

Architecture Club

Join the Bi-Co Architecture Club next Sunday, April 15th, in visiting an installation by contemporary light artist James Turrell located at Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting. Complete this survey to enter the lottery: https://goo.gl/forms/3gskiPVMBCBkM5vy1 All costs will be covered by the club. Spaces are limited and will be determined on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information about the installation and Turrell’s work, visit http://chestnuthillskyspace.org/

 

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.