Author Archives: Eils Lotozo

Lightning Talks: Round II

There are a few ground rules for the Save As: Lightning Talks. Each presentation is limited to two-minutes. Clapping is confined to “Lightning Breaks” (two-minute breaks between every five presentations). And innovative ideas concerning the intersection between scholarship and digital … Continue reading

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Haverford-Bryn Mawr College Chorale in Fall Concert

The weekly rehearsals of the Haverford-Bryn Mawr College Chorale are known as a Wednesday night institution in bi-college life. The practices bring together students, faculty, staff, alumni and members of the local community in an oratorio choir of more than … Continue reading

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Poetry Possible

“The Impossible Prose Poem” brought together members of Visiting Assistant Professor of English Thomas Devaney’s Creative Writing Poetry Workshop, Haverford’s student-run Poetry Reading Group and others for a spirited poetry reading in November. Continue reading

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An Israeli’s View of the Conflict

A standing-room only crowd packed Sharpless Auditorium to hear Miko Peled, author of The General’s Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine, speak about his path to becoming a peace activist. Continue reading

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Yoga For a Cause

The Women’s Center at Haverford hosted a Yoga-thon fundraiser on November 10 to benefit Women for Women International. Continue reading

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What Can a Body Do? Opens at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

The October 26 opening of the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery exhibit What Can a Body Do? featured a performance by New York artist Christine Sun Kim. Continue reading

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TEDx Comes to Haverford

“Crossing Borders” was the theme on Saturday, September 29, when the College hosted its first TEDx conference. Organized by Isaac Anthony ’14, Sofia Athanassiadis ’14,  Tamar Hoffman ’15, Ellen Rienhart ’15, and Victoria Sobocinski ’13, TEDx Haverford College, held in … Continue reading

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A Future for “The Havermap”?

Now that Special Collections’ map exhibit in the library is over, what will happen to “The Havermap?” The large aerial view of the campus, conceived by Eli Blood-Patterson ’11, aimed to map the “social geography” of Haverford and invited viewers to tag different spots on campus with their recollections of personal events that happened there. Continue reading

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Jack Carnell: Looking at America

The exhibition Jack Carnell: Authentic America-Color Photographs 2006 to 2008 runs through April 22 in the Atrium Gallery of the Marshall Fine Arts Center. Carnell will be on campus to speak about his work and his travels on March 14 at 4:30 p.m. Continue reading

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Religion and Spirituality Week on Campus

Although Haverford is officially non-sectarian, spiritual life still plays a vital role outside the classroom for many members of the College community. Religion and Spirituality Week, organized by Coordinator of Religious and Spiritual Life Emily Higgs ’08, seeks to increase … Continue reading

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