Author Archives: Rebecca Raber

A Look Back At Pinwheel Day

For yesterday’s Pinwheel Day, Founders Green was festooned with scores of pinwheels spinning in the sunshine to mark the unofficial start of spring. Students picnicked among the pinwheels, played Frisbee, and brought out instruments and stereo speakers to fill the Green with music. Continue reading

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Peterson Toscano: Friend in Residence

On the tail end of his three-week stay at Haverford as the 2013 Friend in Residence, performance artist, bible scholar, and queer and environmental activist Peterson Toscano sat down with us to answer a few questions about his work and time on campus. Continue reading

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Spring Has Sprung! Pinwheel Day 2013

Though meteorologists, astronomers and almanacs tell us that the official first day of spring occurred with the vernal equinox back on March 20, it doesn’t quite feel like spring here on campus until Pinwheel Day. Continue reading

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KINSC Gets Fooled

As is tradition, to mark April Fool’s Day, students from the science different departments bedecked their parts of the KINSC with themed decorations. Continue reading

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International Council in Hong Kong

For the first time ever Haverford’s International Council held its annual meeting in Hong Kong and welcomed incoming President Dan Weiss to the table. Continue reading

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Corporations as Global Citizens

Daniel Price ’77, David Hackett ’76, and John Heller ’89, who all have deep experience in business, international trade and the law, shared their insights on the role of multinational corporations regarding social change at a panel discussion held on campus on February 28. Continue reading

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James House Welcomes “Interpreting Displacement”

Interpreting Displacement, an exhibit in the student art space James House, opened on Feb. 22 and features the work of Anneke Heher ‘14, Honglan Huang ‘16, Andrew Szczurek ‘16 and Sofia Vivado ‘16.
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Reviving WHRC

Haverford’s formerly dormant college radio station, WHRC, is now back in action as a “a web-based collective of audio content and multimedia generated by the Bi-Co community” that is available for live-streaming. Continue reading

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From Haverford to Bangladesh: A Message of Peace

Shannon Mudd, visiting assistant professor of economics and coordinator of the Microfinance and Impact Investing Initiative (MI3), noticed a peace pole similar to the one outside of Chase Hall here on campus during his travels in Bangladesh. Continue reading

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Hank Willis Thomas at Haverford

OPP: Other People’s Property, a survey of the work of photo conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas, opened in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery on campus last week. Continue reading

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