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Darin Hayton, Assistant Professor of the History of Science, has authored a blog entry for the Philadelphia Area Center for the History of Science about the many sundials we have on campus.
Freshman have moved in and Customs Week is underway. It’s our distinct pleasure to introduce you to the newest Fords! First, some numbers: 99% of you were in the top 20% of your class 94% of you were in the … Continue reading
A sudden downpour took us by surprise here in Founders! We just had to capture and share the moment. [playlist id=2 width=480 height=560]
Streaming video is now available for Commencement ‘10. You may view the entire ceremony or skip directly to various points in the program. We’ve also put together a gallery of Legacy Photos.
Commencement 2010 is underway! Depending on your perspective, you could say that preparations began “early today” or “earlier this year” or “four years ago”. But in the narrow sense, the day begins with a 6 am confab about weather, and … Continue reading
The KINSC is a popular place for April Fool’s Day pranks at Haverford and April Fool’s Day 2010 is no exception. Photos below. Video is now available! [nggallery id=7]
Jonathan Yu ’12 snapped some great photos today. More images will be added tomorrow. If you’ve taken any snow photos on campus during this storm, email us and we’ll add them. View the gallery>
After weeks of anticipation, you can finally experience for yourself — up-close and on a superhuman scale – the art show featuring work by Chris Jordan, who also attended the opening reception last Friday at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery in … Continue reading
It’s a crisp autumn Friday and Founders Green captures the spirit of this place perfectly. On the Barclay side of the field, a pickup game of croquet: Meanwhile, not 100 feet away and toward the math/science end of things, physics student Julien … Continue reading