The new student co-op invited community members to James House to buy or trade for handmade gift items, learn to marble paper, and enjoy homemade food.
Scores of Fords every year live in community housing, which not only allows students to create communities devoted to a shared interest, but also serves the campus community at large with programming and events.
Just before Thanksgiving, Lunt Basement hosted the third annual Smokin’ Mic Night, a standup comedy show organized by members of Haverford’s comedy scene that gives all Haverford students an opportunity to write and perform their own routines.
For Halloween cosplayer, artist, costumer, and actor Monique Bryars ’19 demonstrated some makeup techniques.
Relive the weekend’s tournament and reunion with this photo gallery.