By CHLOE LINDEMAN It might be hard to imagine that in a community so focused on the music of the western world, there would be appreciation for traditional music from another culture. Yet the strong turnout for Saturday night’s “East Meets West – West Meets East” concert proved just that. Featuring three acclaimed performers of traditional […]
By EMILIA OTTE, Staff Writer “The optimum room temperature during the winter months is between 68 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit.” – Bryn Mawr Residential Life General Housing Policies This study arose from the joint analysis of two distinct, widely accepted laws of nature: 1) The effects of abrupt and sustained climate change on various regions […]
By EKATERINA OLSON SHIPYATSKY Though midterms are finally behind us, the realization that Thanksgiving Break is a long three weeks away is sending Bi-Co students into a slump. Students looking for a post-exam escape may find the towns of Haverford and Bryn Mawr quiet and underwhelming and the city of Philadelphia overwhelming and expensive. If […]
By FIONA REDMOND, Staff Writer Here’s the lowdown of the first Democratic debate: Sanders is a self-described democratic socialist, Clinton is a self-described progressive, O’Malley wants to combat climate change, and everybody is tired of hearing about Clinton’s damn emails. The debate was held in Las Vegas, Nevada and moderated by Anderson Cooper, who didn’t […]
By KELSEY PEART, Food Critic Main Line Restaurant Week, hosted by AroundMainLine.com, cannot compete with Philadelphia’s Restaurant Week mainly because it does not need to. A few weeks after Philadelphia’s, the Main Line puts on its own show of discounted lunches and three to five course dinners. Founded in 2010, fall’s Restaurant Week has previously […]
Op-Ed By CHLOE LINDEMAN, Staff Writer Up until now, I’ve somehow enjoyed having Donald Trump as part of this election. Sure, he can be infuriating, but it’s all been too ridiculous not to just shake your head and laugh. This time, he’s gone too far. “I hear we want to take in 200,000 Syrians. And […]
By NADIA BUDIMAN, Sudoku Writer Take a break from midterms and tease your brain with a sudoku puzzle. Do it now before you let your mind go numb. Click here to solve puzzle #3. Answers will be posted before fall break so you can see how you scored as you head off-campus.
September 14, 2015 to September 21, 2015 Compiled by ANYI WONG-LIFTON, Crime Blotter Editor Haverford College Tuesday, September 15 10:55 am, Harassment, Lunt Hall A student residing in Lunt Hall reported that someone left inappropriate messages on dry erase boards while one suite resident was in the bathroom and the others were away from their […]
Your Bi-Co Weekly Sports Roundup Teams on Campus Who Topped Division 3 Charts By ETHAN LYNE, Staff Writer HAVERFORD Men’s Soccer The men’s soccer team is hitting their mid-season stride as they won all three of their games this week, including two Centennial Conference games. Senior Brady Seitz scored three goals and Senior Sam Yarosh […]
By ALIYA CHAUDHRY, Arts Editor It’s still early in the fall, it’s sunny, you have a few SEPTA tickets and you’re looking for places to visit. Out of the many attractions in the city, Philadelphia is also home to a number of parks. Here are some of the best spots to visit. Schuylkill Banks Boardwalk […]
By NADIA BUDIMAN, Sudoku Writer It’s gonna be a long week, we can feel it. Test your brain and get ready with this week’s sudoku. Sharpen those Ticonderogas, you know you want to. Solve here puzzle #2 Answers and a new puzzle will be posted weekly.