Multicultural Scholars Program Welcomes New Students

Multicultural Scholars Program Welcomes New Students

On Friday evening (Sept. 6), the Multicultural Scholars Program held its start-of-the-academic year “Get Acquainted” gathering in the Bryn Mawr Room of the Dining Center. The student-run networking and mentoring program collaborates with faculty and deans to plan...
Alumni Weekend 2013

Alumni Weekend 2013

The weather was warm and the sun was shining as the College welcomed back more than 1,100 alumni, family and friends for Alumni Weekend 2013, which was held May 31 through June 2. Alumni, who came from as far as Chile, Israel, Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates,...
Commencement 2013 In Pictures

Commencement 2013 In Pictures

The weather may have been gray and wet, but not even the rain could dampen the spirits at yesterday’s Commencement ceremony. Held indoors in the Alumni Field House, Commencement featured a slew of speakers, from Aubree Penney ’13, who was chosen by her...
Corporations as Global Citizens

Corporations as Global Citizens

Multinational corporations have tremendous influence on people, markets and governments. But what is their role regarding social change? What obligations do they have as global citizens to address inequality? Haverford alumni Daniel Price ’77, David Hackett ’76, and...
James House Welcomes “Interpreting Displacement”

James House Welcomes “Interpreting Displacement”

  Pia Chackraverti-Wuerthwein ’16, who has long been interested in both art curation and issues of displacement, premiered Interpreting Displacement on Feb. 22 in James House, the 24-hour student art space on campus. Abby Fullem ’16 and the rest of the James...