A seminar, taught by a visiting professor and alum, on the interrelations between literature and the history of science.
What better way to learn about Congress than from one of its own members?
Poet-performer Dr. Amanda Kemp came back to campus for a second time this year as Haverford’s Friend in Residence.
Haverford’s Quaker Consortium allows students like Nguyen to take classes at the University of Pennsylvania.
This health studies course, inspired by interested students, features a semester-long project in partnership with the Center for Creative Works, a studio and teaching space for artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
As is tradition, student scientists (and mathematicians and psychologists) decorated the campus science center in honor of April Fool’s Day.
Ultimate teams from up and down the east coast converged on Haverford’s campus to play last weekend, and the College’s men’s team, Big Donkey Ultimate, pulled off multiple upsets to take home fourth place in a tournament that hosted some big Division III names.
The president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and chair of the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for African Americans came to campus for a talk.
This class frames contemporary African American literature as a response to the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s and 1970s and includes study of writers from Amiri Baraka and Audra Lordre to Ta-Nehisi Coates and even rapper Kendrick Lamar.
On March 18, all members the Haverford community—students, faculty, and staff—were invited to take a break from their usual Friday schedules to participate in volunteer projects at sites throughout the Philadelphia region in honor of the 34 years of service of the now-retired Marilou Allen.
At Haverford’s second Public Policy Forum, alumni from across the professional spectrum returned to campus to talk to students about the wide range of careers that exist to address the complex issues facing our world.
On Friday, March 18, the Haverford community celebrated the opening of its latest show, the ghostly Among The Unburied, with a reception and a talk by the show’s curator.
A music course that surveys 200 years of U.S. history to find out when and where popular music originated, how it has evolved, and how it has been defined.
This course explores the historical origins and existential and ethical dimensions of hip-hop.
Haverford Effective Altruism Effective brings the titular philosophy and social movement to campus.
Asali Solomon, assistant professor of English and creative writing, brought poet Evie Shockley to campus for a reading and class visits.
The student group’s name is an acronym for “ethical, transparent, homegrown, organic, and sustainable,” which is how they would like the food they consume here on campus to be produced.