The Club Life @ Haverford

The Club Life @ Haverford

A series exploring the various clubs at Haverford College.


Cool Classes

A recurring Haverblog series highlighting interesting, unusual, and unique courses that enrich the Haverford College experience.


Where They're Headed

A blog series reporting on the post-Haverford plans of members of the Class of 2014.


What They Learned

A series exploring the thesis work of members of the Class of 2014. 


Tri-Co Techies Hack For Social Justice

Last weekend campus played host to the second annual Tri-Co Hackathon, a 48-hour event in which teams from the three colleges built web and mobile apps and created product prototypes with an emphasis on social justice and environmental impact.

Stat Students Answer Pressing Questions

On the last day of classes, students in “Introduction to Probability and Statistics” presented posters depicting their hypothesis-testing projects on subjects such as “Which search engine does a better job of predicting your query: Google or Bing?”

Students De-Stress With Rescue Dogs

Yesterday, in the middle of finals week, the Punt Pre-Vet Society hosted furry friends from Main Line Animal Rescue in the Old Gym to help soothe students frazzled by exams.

A Tri-College Teach-In on Policing and Protest

A teach-in on “Policing and Protest” was held Wednesday evening at Haverford for the Tri-Co community to share and discuss critical race issues highlighted once again by the recent killings of Michael Brown Jr. and Eric Garner by police officers.

Class-Created Student Exhibitions in Magill

Three Exhibitions: With and without Margaret Ralston Gest, a collection of three pop-up exhibits created by students enrolled in Visiting Assistant Professor John Muse’s course on “The Theory and practice of Exhibitions,” opened Friday night in Magill Library.

Remembering Vietnam on Veteran’s Day

“The Vietnam War in Poetry: Ancient History or Prescient Harbinger?” a poetry reading by six American poets, who participated in the Vietnam War, was organized by President Daniel H. Weiss on November 11, Veteran’s Day. Their reading was part of a two-day conference, which included a panel discussion the next day.

An Evening with Laverne Cox

There was a packed house for trans activist and actress Laverne Cox’s on-campus speech, which was organized by the Students’ Council Speakers Committee,and Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA), on Friday night in Marshall Auditorium.

Fords Look at Careers in Business

Alumni business professionals connected with current students at the “Fords in Business Conference” organized by the Center for Career and Professional Advising, and the Department of Economics.

Memory, Place, Desire Opens In The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

On Friday, Oct. 24, the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery celebrated the opening of its newest show, which features work across media by 13 artists and is the first exhibition in the U.S. devoted exclusively to the contemporary art of the Maghreb and its diaspora.