Remembering Greg Kannerstein ’63

Remembering Greg Kannerstein ’63

The late Greg Kannerstein ’63 was honored this week when the Haverford crew team christened its newest boat “Mr. Haverford.”  That’s the nickname the beloved Kannerstein earned over the course of 41 years at the College, where he served as dean of the college,...
Friend in Residence Marcelle Martin on the Quaker Spiritual Journey

Friend in Residence Marcelle Martin on the Quaker Spiritual Journey

During a visit to Professor of History Emeritus Emma Lapsansky-Werner’s “History and Principles of Quakerism” class this week, Friend in Residence Marcelle Martin talked about what she sees as her ministry, helping people “pay attention to spiritual experiences they...
Dave Goldberg’s User’s Guide to the Universe

Dave Goldberg’s User’s Guide to the Universe

Why are past, present, and future our only options? Are time and space like a butterfly’s wings? Astrophysicist Dave Goldberg provided the answers to these questions and many others in a talk he gave last week in Sharpless auditorium. Goldberg, a professor at...
Donuts With Dan

Donuts With Dan

The College’s new president, Dan Weiss, loves donuts, and he also loves getting to know Haverford students. On Monday, Students’ Council sponsored the first “Donuts With Dan” event, which invited students to drop by Founders Green between 2...
Multicultural Scholars Program Welcomes New Students

Multicultural Scholars Program Welcomes New Students

On Friday evening (Sept. 6), the Multicultural Scholars Program held its start-of-the-academic year “Get Acquainted” gathering in the Bryn Mawr Room of the Dining Center. The student-run networking and mentoring program collaborates with faculty and deans to plan...