A Night of A Cappella

A Night of A Cappella

According to some calculations, Haverford College boasts the most a cappella groups per capita of any college in the nation—10 at last count. But that doesn’t stop us from inviting more to campus. For a special concert March 21 in Zubrow Commons, the Bi-Co...
“Archaeologies of Destruction” at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

“Archaeologies of Destruction” at Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

  In the 1950s and 1960s, Latin American politics and society were roiled by economic turmoil, bombings, and militaristic regimes. Against this backdrop, a number of artists sought to question and negate the apparent need for violence through artistic...
Haverford Hosts the Inaugural Public Policy Forum

Haverford Hosts the Inaugural Public Policy Forum

The new Public Policy Forum was organized by the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, the Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center, the Center for Career and Professional Advising and interested faculty. The initiative is designed to acquaint Haverford...
Alumni Initiatives Offer Hope for Public Education

Alumni Initiatives Offer Hope for Public Education

Four alumni examined the landscape of education in the United States––often painting a gloomy picture––and issues of quality, accountability, and equity during a program on “(Un)Chartered Waters: Public, Private, and Charter Schools in America.” But despite...
Glamour at the Black Students League’s Fashion Show

Glamour at the Black Students League’s Fashion Show

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. Founders was packed with students who came to watch “Transcendence,” the hour-long fashion show. Similar to...