On Sept. 17, Fords Against Boredom celebrated the beginning of the season with a trip to Linvilla Orchards.
A music class that examines how musicians and musical thinkers have tried to answer the big questions—who owns music, what is genius, what is the relationship between music and the state or music and technology? —over the ages.
An English course considers the way in which site work functions as a form of activist art.
The past four years of the professor of fine arts’ work is surveyed in a new exhibit in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, and many came out for its unveiling on Friday night.
With the outbreak of the Korean War, Haverford launched what would be its most recent foray into graduate education: the Social and Technical Assistance program, which ran from 1951 to 1956.
After moving into their dorms, the Class of 2020 began their first-year experience with a five-day orientation program.
For his thesis, the chemistry major worked on a computational problem of a lab in Montreal, where he had previously conducted a summer research internship.
The political science major researched how bipartisan consensus on criminal justice reform changed from the 1994 Crime Bill to the 2010 Fair Sentencing Act.
The computer science major studied how machine learning models work by using a novel approach to determine which features of a data set are the most useful to the model.
The anthropology major, who minored in health studies and earned a concentration in Africana studies, researched Nigeria’s healthcare system and HIV programs for her senior thesis.
The biology majors collaborated on related senior thesis projects on the role of fruit fly genes in mosquito embryo development.
The economics major studied how Foreign Direct Investment inflows and privatization of enterprises in China affect the country’s innovation across industry sectors.
The sociology major and Chinese minor used her thesis on Asian American educational experiences to explore the intersection of her interests.
The computer science and chemistry double major continued work begun in the Dark Reactions Project, detailed in a recent cover story in Nature, for an interdisciplinary thesis.
The biology major is interning with Grassroot Soccer, a public health nonprofit promoting education about and prevention against HIV and AIDS.
The philosophy major’s thesis on moral value was inspired by the work of philosopher John McDowell.
The math major and captain of the baseball team combined his two passions for a thesis that used statistics to address how certain situations in a game are advantageous for pitchers.
Jeremy Steinberg ‘16 will spend a year teaching English to elementary school children in Beit She’an, Israel, as part of the Masa Israel Teaching Fellowship.