Bi-Co students walked over nine miles from Haverford to the Reading Viaduct in Philadelphia to raise awareness for global climate change and support The People’s Pilgrimage.
Quaker and Special Collections recently added a second edition of a Zapotec catechism and a few other religious texts, published in Mexico in 1766, to its library of rare books.
Since launching last fall, the Bi-Co chapter of Partners in Health has been pursuing global health equity through education, fundraising, and advocacy.
Dining Services has implemented changes such as offering hot, fresh pizza at every meal, creating a section for composed salads at lunch, making new recipes with sustainable seafood, and focusing on local produce, including some grown right here on campus.
Last weekend was both the annual Family And Friends Weekend and Young Alumni Homecoming, and, as such, the College played host to hundreds of visitors.
The zombie apocalypse-themed, campus-wide game of tag was organized by Haverford’s Nerd House and Bryn Mawr’s Doublestar.
For Halloween cosplayer, artist, costumer, and actor Monique Bryars ’19 demonstrated some makeup techniques.
Dawit Habtemariam ’15 returned to campus to screen his Tri-Co Film Festival award-winning documentary at James House.
Timothy Guinnane ‘81, Charles Mario Russell ‘87, and Alex Ferrara ’14 were back on campus for the annual Alumni Economics Forum.
Relive the weekend’s tournament and reunion with this photo gallery.
Haverford’s student-run food initiative welcomed on- and off-campus groups that focus on issues of food and sustainability to a fair on Founders Green.
The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery opened The Wall in Our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall, curated by Haverford Postdoctoral Writing Fellow Paul M. Farber, with a reception and talk by Michael Kimmelman.
Last Thursday night was the 10th annual event, featuring a staged reading of the Aristophanes comedy in the Dining Center’s Sunken Lounge.
Dr. Amanda Kemp spent a week on campus this fall, culminating in a performance.
This year Big Donkey Ultimate, founded in 1985 under another name, will mark its anniversary with a reunion at the annual Haverween tournament.
The Second Annual Keystone Cup, which was organized by the son of Associate Professor of Political Science Stephen McGovern, was held on Lower Featherbed Field on Sunday.
The lobby of the Magill Library was lively on Tuesday evening as students, professors, and authors convened to celebrate the opening of Testimonies in Art & Action: Igniting Pacifism in the Face of Total War.