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.