On Friday, Feb. 12, Fords Against Boredom hosted its annual Loveshack graham-cracker-house-building competition in honor of Valentine’s Day.
A half-course that aims to broaden students’ perspectives on what it means to do math.
To celebrate the new Year of the Monkey, the Global China Connection student affinity group hosted a dumpling-making (and -eating) event.
A writing seminar that addresses two basic questions: Why did the Greeks worship a god of drunkenness, and how does the embracing of ecstatic experience fit into a rational society?
Co-founded by Nick Barile ’18 and Jordan McGuffee ’18 in October 2014, the College’s mock trial team has a current year record of 12 wins, 6 losses, and 2 ties, placing it in a strong position as it prepares for AMTA’s Regional tournament later this month.
An exhibit of 50 photogravures by Carl Van Vechten opened Friday in Magill Library, marking the first time ever the College has shown this work in its entirety.
A psychology course in which students read, present, and discuss journal articles that probe the relationships between the brain and sex behavior using cutting-edge neuroscience techniques.
Our surprisingly warm and snow-free winter ended this past weekend with Winter Storm Jonas, which blanketed the campus with almost two feet of snow.
The club offers student-taught classes in a wide range of different fighting styles that can be used for PE credit.
Thursday night’s basketball game against Johns Hopkins marked the first time Hopkins freshman Michael Gardner took the court in the athletics center named for his late father, Douglas B. Gardner ’83.
The camp, which began on campus in 1964, hosted a record 300-plus kids last summer.
Finals time can be stressful, that’s why the Pre-Vet Society continued its recent tradition of hosting a Destress With Dogs event during the last week of the semester.
The Early Music experts gave a performance, workshopped pieces with student singers, and visited a class to sing from a newly acquired manuscript.
The new student co-op invited community members to James House to buy or trade for handmade gift items, learn to marble paper, and enjoy homemade food.
In a favorite campus tradition, the denizens of Lloyd Hall decorate their entryways with festive lights, holly, and (in the case of Lloyd 31-32) a blowup Santa doll to celebrate the end of the semester.
Scores of Fords every year live in community housing, which not only allows students to create communities devoted to a shared interest, but also serves the campus community at large with programming and events.
The DJ collective not only trains aspiring DJs, but also hosts its own themed dances.
Just before Thanksgiving, Lunt Basement hosted the third annual Smokin’ Mic Night, a standup comedy show organized by members of Haverford’s comedy scene that gives all Haverford students an opportunity to write and perform their own routines.