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Checking in with Nick Kahn ’14: A Skee-ball Anniversary Interview

Almost exactly one year ago, Haverford College’s Exhibitions Program entered all 1,920 Haverford students, faculty, and staff into a single-elimination skee-ball tournament called And the Winner Is… After over a month of competitive games, Nick Kahn ’14 won the tournament … Continue reading

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On “White Boys” /// Conversation with Brendan Wattenberg ’06

As part of the exhibition White Boys currently on view in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, the Creative Residencies Program and the Hurford Center are hosting a panel discussion with four artists from the show and curator Natasha L. Logan this … Continue reading

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Filming my Documentary in England !

My name is Caileigh Feldman and I am a junior Anthropology major at Haverford College. At present, I am working on a film project for Professor Vicky Funari’s Advanced Documentary Film Production course. This ten-minute film will detail my journey … Continue reading

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Desenterrando Muertos

As part of Vicky Funari’s Advanced Documentary Film Production course, Waleed Shahid ‘13, Mary Clare O’Donnell ‘12, and I (Alexandra Colon ‘13) have been collaborating on the development of a short documentary film entitled Desenterrando Muertos. This semester-long video project … Continue reading

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BLOODROOT: An upcoming mystery installation

Open. The Bloodroot plant (or as it is scientifically named, sanguinaria canadensis) is found in the murkiest, bottom-most parts of forests in many parts of North America. Its name comes from the the bloodish red liquid that runs in its … Continue reading

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Post-Feasting on Culture: HHC seminar and beyond

For the many Haverford students who don’t know me, my name is Isobel (’11) – I ran a HHC seminar called “Feasting on Culture: The significance of food in everyday life.” The name may be fairly self-explanatory, but in my … Continue reading

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Visual Studies Project: a Book Accessible through Multiple Senses

I did this book-making project as my final project for the course, Intro to Visual Studies, taught by Professor John Muse last fall semester. We were asked to create a project based on the readings that we had gone through … Continue reading

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Thesis Act One: A Visit to Project Row Houses

“Oh hey, it looks they’re working on it today,” Rick said as we rounded the corner on which stood another white, shotgun-style row house. This one was different, though only slightly. One large rectangular piece of the exterior wall extended … Continue reading

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Interview with John Rybicki

This Thursday night (Dec 6th), at 8:00pm, the poet John Rybicki will be reading selections of his righteous verse in Woodside Cottage and answering all questions poetical.  John will also be holding a writer’s workshop for students Friday afternoon (Dec … Continue reading

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MARGIN: Call for Submissions

The title of this post is familiar to the members of the Margin editorial board. For the last two weeks we have been sending out a barrage of emails to professors, journals, and generally anyone we think might be interested, … Continue reading

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