Revealing the Oddly Human Side of Mütter’s Founder

Revealing the Oddly Human Side of Mütter’s Founder

Author Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz with her new book, Dr. Mütter’s Marvels A woman with a horn growing out of her head. A tumor removed from Grover Cleveland’s mouth. The body of the Soap Lady, so called because her remains are encased in a rare fatty...
Haverford Students Journey to the Borderlands

Haverford Students Journey to the Borderlands

Over winter break, nine Haverford College juniors and seniors, got a fresh perspective on immigration through a weeklong Borderlands Field Study to Arizona and Mexico. Now in its third year, the collaboration between Haverford’s Center for Peace and Global Citizenship...
A Rare, Frozen Treat: The Duck Pond

A Rare, Frozen Treat: The Duck Pond

2015: Enjoying a skate on the Duck Pond. 1955: Enjoying a skate on the Duck Pond. Yes, the Duck Pond’s surface is frozen. The chilly temps offer a rare, cool sight. If Fords had any doubt that the air is brain-freeze cold on this Friday, just take a gander...
Wanna Be My HaverValentine?

Wanna Be My HaverValentine?

How well do you know your best friend or partner? Are you willing to perform a mating call in order to win your sweetie or dye your eyebrows for the love of your life? Really, how much would you do for love? For 200 Haverford students, the answer was a lot of...
Going Green at Haverford: “Do it in the Dark”

Going Green at Haverford: “Do it in the Dark”

For the first time this year, Haverford is participating in the Campus Conservation Nationals (CCN), a competition designed to promote water and electricity conservation at colleges and universities around the world. Part of the “Do it in the Dark” campaign organized...
Tri-Co Techies Hack For Social Justice

Tri-Co Techies Hack For Social Justice

Last weekend campus played host to the second annual Tri-Co Hackathon, a 48-hour marathon of pizza, brainstorming, coding, and more for students from Haverford, Bryn Mawr, and Swarthmore. After a successful inaugural year, in which 60 students from the three schools...