In Solidarity with Ayotzinapa: La Lucha Sigue!

In Solidarity with Ayotzinapa: La Lucha Sigue!

Last year on Sept. 26, the local police in Iguala, Mexico, killed six students, injured more than twenty, and forcibly kidnapped 43 others who attended the Ayotzinapa Normal Rural School. Last week on April 8, relatives and peers of the missing Mexican students...
A Different Kind of Excitement: Alternative Spring Break Overview

A Different Kind of Excitement: Alternative Spring Break Overview

Deviating from the typical let’s-soak-up-the-sun-type college spring break, many Haverford students instead lobbied Congress, built houses, went dancing, and participated in conferences as part of several alternative activities organized by students and other groups...
WHRC, the Bi-Co Radio, is Making Waves Again

WHRC, the Bi-Co Radio, is Making Waves Again

  Not many students know that Haverford had one of the first college radio stations in the country. Despite facing many setbacks and challenges, including being off the air for a number of years, the radio station is broadcasting once more, and has been...
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...
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...