In the Spectrum, a campus community-outreach club, Haverford students lead activities to help local children with autism learn social skills and make friends.
This curatorial seminar examines the revolutionary transformation of Japanese artistic production and exhibition practice from the late 19th century through the present day.
Students from across the Tri-Co spent Saturday learning about the refugees arriving in Europe in the mid ’90s and the ones trying to flee violence today and the solidarity movements designed to support them.
The student-led Haverford Innovation Platform brought four experienced entrepreneur alumni to campus to launch their Innovation Platform series.
This new course (taught by the new director of the visual studies program) introduces students to key issues in this interdisciplinary field.
Marshall Auditorium hosted a lineup of a cappella groups, the Chamber Singers, and other campus musicians as part of the cross-country concert series.
Mark Kleiman ’72, professor of public policy at NYU’s Marron Institute of Urban Management, and Eric Sterling ’73, executive director of the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation, were the speakers at this year’s Alumni Economics Forum.
Making a mess with delicious desserts is one way to take the pressure off the blind dates set up during Fords Against Boredom’s annual “Screw Date” event.
Two days after Sept. 21, Haverford’s Center for Peace and Global Citizenship observed the U.N.-created holiday by inviting the campus community to learn about the summer internships it funded.
At the KINSC’s 12th annual Undergraduate Science Research Symposium, students from the Tri-Co and other area colleges showcased their summer work.
Wellness, community, and filmmaking were discussed at a screening of a rough cut of Vicky Funari’s latest documentary, which was made with the aid of young alums and students.
A philosophy course concerning the role of the body in our evaluations of people and their actions
On Wednesday night Ruth Marshall Magill Professor of Music debuted Synaesthesis I, inspired by and presented near the paintings in Ying Li’s Geographies exhibit.
Federation United Concert Series (FUCS) opened with performances by Adam Green and Priests.
A political science course surveying the various theories concerning terrorism.
On Sept. 17, Fords Against Boredom celebrated the beginning of the season with a trip to Linvilla Orchards.
A music class that examines how musicians and musical thinkers have tried to answer the big questions—who owns music, what is genius, what is the relationship between music and the state or music and technology? —over the ages.
An English course considers the way in which site work functions as a form of activist art.