Student Film Screens at Australian Festival

The spring of 2011 is shaping up to be a big one for Haverford senior Kyle McCloskey. Not only will he be graduating from the College, but his Student Arts Fund-sponsored short film, The Music of Erich Zann, will be making its debut at Sydney, Australia’s A...

Mathletes Vs. Athletes

On Saturday, February 19, from approximately 10:00 p.m. until  2:00 a.m., dozens of Fords passed through Founders Great Hall in various states of costume, each carefully groomed to indicate their allegiance to one side of an age-old rivalry: Mathlete vs. Athlete....

Home Brewers Club Produces Inaugural Batch

Drinking lousy beer (like Natty Light) might be a rite of passage for college students, but it sure gets old fast. So at the end of last summer, Laura Gilroy ’11 and I decided to get serious about brewing our own. We applied for club funding to help subsidize...

Harlem’s “Superman” Comes To Haverford

On Friday night, in a packed Marshall Auditorium, renowned education activist, author and Harlem Children’s Zone President and CEO Geoffrey Canada was greeted like a movie star, which is appropriate, since he is one of the stars of Davis Guggenheim’s...

Iced trees?

When we noticed that the crab apple tree near Founders Hall—one of the  original trees from the 1833 campus landscape plan—had lost a sizable branch during this past week’s ice storm, we wondered how the rest of Haverford’s 200-acre Arboretum was faring in the wake of...

Snow-tastic!

Mike Elias, one of Haverford’s terrific new Graduate Assistants, has taken some gorgeous photos of the campus in the snow. A certain black squirrel was also inspired to share some photos in our gallery. We hope you’ll enjoy them, perhaps with a steamy mug...