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Monthly archive February, 2000

E-Haus extends green invitiation

By Kate Stephenson Dear Community,

Article on class presidents raises Honor Code questions

By Lindsay Moore Dear members of the community,

Hell Week: Jenn tells of terror and trepidation

By Jenn Grackin “Welcome to HELL, froshies!”

The beautiful Mrs. Watson

By Anthony Fleg She’s one of the most beautiful women I’ve ever met. Great smile. Wears nice flower print blouses. Likes to travel. Has worked through some hard times, met some great people and has an ecumenical spirit to her that inspires all.

SEX Typical SEX Ratings SEX Stunt SEX

By Galvin Chow I admit that I am a jealous, petty, possessive type. For example, if you so much as look at my french fries the wrong way, you’ll get at least a kick to the groin. Naturally, this same possessiveness extends to you, my readers - people whom I feel truly care about me....

Athletes of the Week

By Skeeter’s Pizza Athlete: Asa Hopkins

Haverford Sports Briefs

By Men’s Basketball

HC women’s hoops falls to Swarthmore

By Andrew Prazar The Haverford women’s basketball team was unable to pull off an upset at Swarthmore’s Tarbell Pavilion Saturday night.

Fencing Fords rock Fieldhouse

By Mikael HaxbyGuest Writer Deep in the bowels of a tension-filled Alumni Fieldhouse, the Haverford men’s fencing team held their only home meet. The Fords faced off against four MACFA conference opponents: St. John’s (Maryland), Lafayette, Cornell, and archrival Johns Hopkins.

‘Ford baseball team maintains title hopes

By Dan Silver March is almost upon us, spring training has already started in the MLB, and the Haverford College baseball team is gearing up for their upcoming season.

Bryn Mawr alumna continues to crusade for sportswomen

By Tracey Posluszny After graduating from Bryn Mawr last May, field hockey player and history major Libby Sander went on to intern for the Women’s Sports Foundation where she sought to play an influential role in the development of women’s sports.

HC men’s basketball edges out Swat in dramatic fashion

By Andrew Prazar In perhaps the most memorable basketball game in recent history, the Haverford men’s basketball team overcame a 14 point halftime deficit to heat the Garnet Tide at Swarthmore Saturday night.