A Rare, Frozen Treat: The Duck Pond

A Rare, Frozen Treat: The Duck Pond

2015: Enjoying a skate on the Duck Pond. 1955: Enjoying a skate on the Duck Pond. Yes, the Duck Pond’s surface is frozen. The chilly temps offer a rare, cool sight. If Fords had any doubt that the air is brain-freeze cold on this Friday, just take a gander...
The Arboretum Celebrates Arbor Day

The Arboretum Celebrates Arbor Day

In honor of the 110th Arbor Day celebrated here on campus, the Arboretum held its annual tree planting. Last year Founders Green got a new maple for the holiday, and this year the arboretum staff added an Elizabeth magnolia to the campus’ 200-acre collection....
Haverford Celebrates Earth Day

Haverford Celebrates Earth Day

Honoring its commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainability, the College commemorated the 32nd annual Earth Day a few days early by hosting a few events on Friday, April 20. With temperatures hovering in the mid-70s, the sunny afternoon brought a diverse...
Trail of Hope Trekker Celebrates Anniversary on Campus

Trail of Hope Trekker Celebrates Anniversary on Campus

This time last year, history buff and photographer Peter Prusinowski walked all the way from Philadelphia to Bartlesville, Oklahoma, to commemorate the Lenape Indian’s forced migration more than 150 years ago. The 2000-mile journey took more than five months and...
Haverford Remembers 9/11

Haverford Remembers 9/11

  To honor the 10th anniversary of 9/11 we are inviting you to share your reflections below in the comments section. Details about events are being posted below as they become available. ON CAMPUS: The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship is sponsoring¬†an...