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Archive for September, 2011

Register Now for Fall Break Activities Focused on Careers, Diversity, and More

Posted September 8, 2011
Experiential Education Opportunities Fall 2011

Deadlines are fast approaching for a number of fall break activities including Career Exploration Days, the Dimensions of Diversity program, seminars on grant writing, the entrepreneurship workshops, and more. For more details see the attached PDF. Experiential Education Opportunities Fall 2011

Food Cart Opens Outside of Canaday Library

Posted September 8, 2011

Been wondering what those strange signs on campus are all about? They’re part of the promotion for the new food cart that opened outside of Canaday Library on Friday, Sept. 2. Now the campus community has yet another option for grabbing a bite while on the run between classes.

Student Group Leaders Attend New SGA Workshop

Posted September 8, 2011

On Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 3 and 4, the Self Government Association organized three-hour leadership workshops which were attended by 220 student leaders (including several students from Haverford and Swarthmore) interested in receiving SGA funding. In years past, student groups seeking SGA funding were required only to attend a budget workshop. “This is the first time […]

Information Sessions on Alternate Health Plan Sceduled as Open Enrollment Period Begins

Posted September 8, 2011
High-Deductible Health Plan Summary

From Benefits Manager Marty Mastascusa: More Information: Download the high-deductible health plan summary Download the draft rate sheet Download the FAQs from Bancorp Open Enrollment for employees in the Flexible Benefit Plan will occur from September 12 – 30th. It will occur later in September for part-time employees who can purchase medical coverage through the […]

Ariel Kraakman ’13 Chosen for Internship Program at the Museum of Jewish Heritage

Posted September 1, 2011

Ariel Kraakman ’13 has been chosen to participate in the Lipper Internship Program at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust in Lower Manhattan. Kraakman is one of 16 interns this semester who will learn how to teach young people about 20th-century Jewish history and the Holocaust. Since the Lipper […]

GSSWSR’s Sanford Schram Speaks at “Class Warfare in Philadelphia” Event

Posted September 1, 2011

GSSWSR’s Sanford Schram will speak at the opening event of the Moonstone Arts Center’s five-part “Class Warfare in Philadelphia” series on Thursday, Sept. 8. With local public-interest lawyer Irv Acklesberg, Schram will discuss the ongoing financial crisis, the financial sector, and predatory lending. The event opens with a photography exhibition and reception at 5:30 p.m.; Schram […]

English and Russian Houses Open for Business

Posted September 1, 2011

New Gulph Road is open, and classes will be held as scheduled in English House and Russian House.

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