Joe Horowitz ’14 is following his childhood dreams by enrolling in the Disney College Program, a paid internship that gives college students and recent graduates the opportunity to work at Walt Disney World.
At Commencement 2014, as in years past, alumni parents and relatives were invited to a special photo session with their graduating seniors.
Biology major Gregory Miraglia ’14 will be moving to the Silicon Valley this fall in order to study biotech intellectual property at Santa Clara Law, the law school of Santa Clara University.
The story of Commencement 2014 as told through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
On Sunday, May 18, 306 Fords received their degrees at the College’s 176th Commencement.
Magill Library has been busy since finals started and a new 24-hour schedule was implemented on May 4.
An alumni cricket match on campus inspired 20 former Haverford College players to put on their whites and come out to Cope Field.
Anna Russell ’14 transformed the Skate House into an intimate theater last week for a staging of her senior thesis production of the play “The Island” by South African playwright Athol Fugard.
What happened on Pinwheel Day 2014 according to Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Today is the day that everyone on campus has been waiting for: our unofficial start to spring when we celebrate the sunshine and warm weather with cheerful spinning pinwheels on Founders Green. And after this past winter, we really earned it!
Campus played host to two dance events on April 4: a Tri-College Contra Dance and the Tamagawa University Taiko Dance Group performance at the Spring Japanese Music Festival.
Last Thursday night was packed with discussions, workshops, and presentations; there was something for everyone on the calendar!
As is tradition, science students covered the KINSC with homemade decorations in celebration of April Fool’s Day. Each department picked a theme and festooned their segment of the science building with on-theme flourishes, streamers, and trimmings.
Many of our teams are officially known as the Fords, but with black squirrels on every t-shirt and mug on campus we’re often asked, “Which is it? Ford or Squirrel?” We now have a definitive answer.
The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery just opened its latest show, if I can’t dance to it, it’s not my revolution, which takes its name from a quote by early 20th century activist Emma Goldman and explores anarchism through the arts.
When the Haverford College International Council met in Paris last week, among the special guests at the opening dinner were four members of the Institut de France, and the chancellor of the Institut, Gabriel de Broglie.