At the DC Iron Chef face-off, the Panhandlers took on Team Enthalpy. Who won? Read on.
Fords celebrate World Health Day with a focus on food justice.
Caravana 43, comprised of relatives and peers of 43 missing Mexican students, visited Haverford as part of its international tour to demand justice, accountability, and support from the U.S. and European governments.
The Clothesline Project, which aims to promote healing for survivors of sexual or domestic violence and awareness, is on Haverford’s campus this week.
Why go to the beach for spring break, when you can dance, build houses, lobby Congress, and more? These include a Folk Dance trip, Housing Outreach Action Projects (HOAP), Spring Lobby Day with the Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL), Quaker Intentional Village, and the White Privilege Conference (WPC).
Not many students know that Haverford had one of the first college radio stations in the country. Despite facing many setbacks and challenges, the radio is back on campus with renewed vigor and energy since the last two years.
KINSC looked like its usual self on April 1. Nothing special. … April Fools! Read all about Haverford’s creative tradition.
A cappella groups sing up storm.
The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery opens a new exhibit.
Haverford students hear from alumni and others at first-ever Public Policy Forum.
Alumni discuss education issues during “(Un)Chartered Waters: Public, Private, and Charter Schools in America.”
It was a dazzling Saturday, brimming with fashion and glitz, at the Black Students League’s (BSL) annual fashion show held in Founders Great Hall on March 21.
Students and community residents explored the night sky during a Public Observing at Strawbridge Observatory last week.
Spring Formal had the right “formula” this year for a rousing event.
The New Philosophers’ Club is the place to demonstrate your thinking skills.
Every Haverford student provides a reason for ratifying the Honor Code. Here are some of the most notable from 2014-2015.
Heard of the Cremation Ceremony? Or the Cane Rush? Archivist Krista Oldham recently shared these and other Haverford student traditions of yore.
The Blues Club at Haverford twirls onto campus.