Fishing for Social Good

Fishing for Social Good

  The efforts to transform the Cape Cod fishing industry into a sustainable local endeavor was the topic of “No More Deadliest Catch?,” a talk by Paul Parker and Nick Muto at Haverford last week. Sponsored by the Department of Economics, Microfinance and Impact...
Friday Night Roundup

Friday Night Roundup

What’s the connection between philosophy, comedy, spirituality, and video games? They were all on the Haverford events calendar for a recent Friday night on campus. The evening opened with a talk in the Philips Wing of Magill Library by alumnus Nate Zuckerman ’02....
COOL CLASSES: “Psychology of Music”

COOL CLASSES: “Psychology of Music”

Class name: “The Psychology of Music” Taught by: Professor of Psychology Marilyn Boltz Here’s what Boltz has to say about the course: I think many of us would find it difficult, if not depressing, to imagine a world without music. Music can uplift our mood,...
Digital Poster Display by CPGC Summer Interns

Digital Poster Display by CPGC Summer Interns

  The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship celebrated the International Day of Peace on September 19 with a special event in the CPGC Café in Stokes Hall.  Throughout the day,  a rotating cast of the CPGC’s 2014 summer interns set up laptop and iPad displays...
Digital scholarship and robotics on the menu at SAVE AS: Lunch

Digital scholarship and robotics on the menu at SAVE AS: Lunch

  SAVE AS: Lunch is an informal discussion series for students, staff, and faculty interested in technology, digital scholarship, media production, data, gaming, and design. The discussions are held monthly over lunch at the Coop and this month’s topic was...