Postdoctoral Writing Fellow Paul Farber was one of the people behind the recent Monument Lab project at City Hall, a public art project that also involved many Haverford students and professors.
Starting in June, Henri Drake ’15 will begin work as a research specialist at Jorge Sarmiento’s oceanography laboratory at Princeton University for a year.
This fall, Carolyn Oehrig ’15 will be pursuing her childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech.
Last weekend campus welcomed back more than 900 former Fords, friends, and family for Alumni Weekend 2015.
Physics major Catherine Wen ’15 is headed to Goldman Sachs as an operations analyst.
At Commencement 2015, as in years past, alumni parents and relatives were invited to a special photo session with their graduating seniors.
On May 17, 2015, the College held its 177th Commencement, graduating 298 members of the Class of 2015.
A live feed of tweets from Commencement 2015.
Ingrid Arauco’s composition students workshopped their assignments with professional musicians including Network for New Music and percussionist Phil O’Banion.
On Tuesday it was time again for the Punt Pre-Vet Society twice yearly Destress With Dogs event. Joining the pups from Main Line Animal Rescue this semester was presidential pooch Allie.
All four of the winners of last week’s Tri-Co Film Festival made their films in Visiting Assistant Professor John Muse’s “Film on Photography” course.
For its second project (and in only its second year of existence) the Haverford Robotics Club built a quadcopter with attached GoPro camera to capture beautiful aerial shots of campus.
Nerd House programmed several activities during Haverfest weekend including a Renaissance Faire, which featured jousting, a dunk tank, a pancake-eating contest, kite-making, and more.
A visit from New York artist, publishing, and-boatbuilding collective Mare Liberum, in conjunction with Joshua Moses’ course “Do It Yourself Movements and American Environmentalism,” culminated in a workshop in which students and community members built a punt and launched it on the Schuylkill River.
Since its launch in 2012, Haverfordians for a Livable Future has balanced a strong mix of educational campaigns and direct action events on and off campus and works relentlessly to promote environmental justice at the college and beyond.
Organized by the Muslim Student’s Association, human rights advocate and lawyer, Qasim Rashid, gave a lecture at Haverford on April 23 in response to the anti-Muslim posted on SEPTA buses in Philadelphia this month.
As part of Pride Week, the Sexuality and Gender Alliance brought documentary filmmaker Erin Davies and her conversation-starting fagbug to campus.