Dr. James House ’65 visited campus to discuss his forthcoming book, “Beyond Health Care Reform: Social Determinants and Disparities in Health and America’s Paradoxical Crisis of Health Care and Health.”
Students in the CPGC’s Social Medicine Seminar participated in the College’s first ever international teleconference with staff from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s India office.
Street art took over campus over the weekend. The Humanities Center sponsored a panel on the artform, and renowned artist Gaia painted a mural on James House.
There are few things more beautiful than a perfect spring day on the Haverford campus, except maybe a perfect spring day on the Haverford campus on Pinwheel Day.
During his artist-scholar in residence stay on campus, M1 (of Dead Prez) hosted a showcase for campus spoken-word poetry crew, the Squad.