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Secret Handshakes, Dystopias, and the Hurford Center

Armed with coffee and bagels, fellow HCAH Office Assistant Anna Mehta ’17 and I spent Friday morning on April 17th sewing electrical circuitry to gloves. Don’t worry, enough coffee was consumed that noone was electrocuted. Anna and I were two of many … Continue reading

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American Rubble: Hushed Light Situations and Rubble Scans

As I am swept along by “the quarter that gives no quarter” (in the words of James Weissinger) I find myself nostalgic for a certain brisk winter evening first semester, where I got to eat popcorn, browse postcards, and immerse … Continue reading

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Summer-Sponsored by HCAH, And Now He Has a Job: Jacob Horn ’13 Tells All

1. How did your job grow out of your internship? Who did you have to talk to? I was an intern [Sponsored by the Hurford Center] in the Whitney’s Publications department shortly before the Editorial Assistant position opened up. Getting … Continue reading

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Mixtape Monday

Welcome back from spring break! To get you back in the groove, let’s listen to some neat tunes specially selected by some of the Hurford Center’s student employees. Miriam Hwang-Carlos, ’17 I’m sending you “Somos Sur” by Ana Tijoux featuring … Continue reading

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Go see “Sea Change” before it changes

“Sea Change,” at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, documents and displays havoc wreaked by natural disasters in a strikingly clear, artistic manner. As Postdoctoral Writing Fellow Paul Farber says in Haverford’s video on “Sea Change,” “You see places that are undone … Continue reading

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John Muse on STRANGE TRUTH

STRANGE TRUTH is a film series at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute and Haverford College that starts this very Wednesday. The series is organized by Professors Vicky Funari (Artist in Residence), Joshua Moses (Anthropology), and John Muse (Independent College Programs). … Continue reading

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A Trip to the Philly Zine Fest

“I work at a bakery across the street, and I saw more alternative-looking people around the Rotunda than usual, so I decided to check it out” – Haverford alum on her reasons for visiting the zine fest On November 9, … Continue reading

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Zoe Strauss’ ‘Sea Change’ Brings Climate Change Home

On Friday, January 23rd, the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery was so packed it was hard to maneuver through the crowd – and for good reason. Students came from throughout the Tri-Co, and the local community also showed up in full force … Continue reading

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QUALIA: Innovation with the E. Clyde Lutton Memorial Fund

This spring is looking exciting! Something to look forward to: Arielle Herman’s QUALIA, a multidisciplinary performance project happening this spring thanks to the E. Clyde Lutton Fund Memorial Fund for Performance. What does the title mean? [Laughs] I’m not 100% … Continue reading

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American Rubble

Paul Farber, a Postdoctoral Writing Fellow at Haverford, answers all your questions about the most exciting First Friday since FAB had that cooking class in Reading Terminal Market. 1.Can you tell me a little bit about the event? What/Who/Where/When? American … Continue reading

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