Haverford’s Black Students League hosted the annual Tri-College Black Love formal on Saturday night, Feb. 15, and unlike previous years, in which the event was open just to Tri-Co students, this year’s event welcomed students from across the Philadelphia area.
On Jan. 24, the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery unveiled its latest show, Prison Obscura, with a reception and a talk by curator Pete Brook.
Some creative Haverfordians offer ideas for your holiday shopping list.
On a snowy Tuesday, December 10, Dan Weiss spoke at the Penn Club in New York City—the first in a series of events created to give the Haverford community an opportunity to get to know the new College president.
The Haverford College Bookstore, located in the basement of the Whitehead Campus Center, is the perfect (and only!) place on campus to grab supplies of any kind. With sections for things like textbooks, study supplies, non-class readings, food and drink, cards, Haverford apparel, and even a shelf of Free Trade items, all who stop by can get what they need without ever leaving campus.