T-Shirts Speak Volumes, Educate on Sexual Assault

T-Shirts Speak Volumes, Educate on Sexual Assault

The T-shirts hang from clotheslines along the walkway near the Running Man sculpture and near the South Parking Lot on campus. The cheery pinks, blues, yellows and other hues of the display, however, belie the serious, often troubling messages written on the fronts of...
A Different Kind of Excitement: Alternative Spring Break Overview

A Different Kind of Excitement: Alternative Spring Break Overview

Deviating from the typical let’s-soak-up-the-sun-type college spring break, many Haverford students instead lobbied Congress, built houses, went dancing, and participated in conferences as part of several alternative activities organized by students and other groups...
WHRC, the Bi-Co Radio, is Making Waves Again

WHRC, the Bi-Co Radio, is Making Waves Again

  Not many students know that Haverford had one of the first college radio stations in the country. Despite facing many setbacks and challenges, including being off the air for a number of years, the radio station is broadcasting once more, and has been...
Foolin’ Around with Harry, Snow White, Matrix and More

Foolin’ Around with Harry, Snow White, Matrix and More

    Who says science isn’t a trainload of fun? Keeping with Haverford College tradition, aspiring scientists, psychologists and mathematicians celebrated April Fool’s Day with a spirited festooning of the Marian E. Koshland Integrated Natural...
A Night of A Cappella

A Night of A Cappella

According to some calculations, Haverford College boasts the most a cappella groups per capita of any college in the nation—10 at last count. But that doesn’t stop us from inviting more to campus. For a special concert March 21 in Zubrow Commons, the...
“Archaeologies of Destruction” at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

“Archaeologies of Destruction” at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

  In the 1950s and 1960s, Latin American politics and society were roiled by economic turmoil, bombings, and militaristic regimes. Against this backdrop, a number of artists sought to question and negate the apparent need for violence through artistic...