Class-Created Student Exhibitions in Magill

Class-Created Student Exhibitions in Magill

Walk around Magill and you might notice certain pop-up exhibits installed in various locations in the library. They are part of Three Exhibitions: With and without Margaret Ralston Gest, which opened Friday, Nov. 14. The three pop-up exhibits were created by students...
Roundup: Friday Night Festivities

Roundup: Friday Night Festivities

There is always something happening on the Haverford campus on a weekend, and last Friday night was no different. Five different student events were held, including a DC Iron Chef  cook-off, Meat Snarf’s improvised comedy show, a community contra dance, a...
Remembering Vietnam on Veteran’s Day

Remembering Vietnam on Veteran’s Day

“I have been waiting for 50 years for something good to come out of Vietnam, [and] tonight is the first night it has happened.” That was a comment from an audience member at “The Vietnam War in Poetry: Ancient History or Prescient Harbinger?” a poetry reading...
An Evening with Laverne Cox

An Evening with Laverne Cox

A large queue of Tri-Co community members and interested locals waited patiently for an hour outside Marshall Auditorium on Friday night in anticipation of a talk by Emmy-nominated transgender actress and activist Laverne Cox, who plays inmate Sophia Burset on the...
Fords Look at Careers in Business

Fords Look at Careers in Business

A group of alumni who are leading professionals in the business field returned to campus on November 1 to participate in the Fords in Business Conference: The Road from Haverford to Business School. Co-sponsored by the Center for Career & Professional Advising...