A Look Back At Pinwheel Day

A Look Back At Pinwheel Day

Yesterday Founders Green was festooned with scores of pinwheels spinning in the sunshine to mark the unofficial start of spring. Students picnicked among the pinwheels, played Frisbee, and brought out instruments and stereo speakers to fill the Green with music. In...
Peterson Toscano: Friend in Residence

Peterson Toscano: Friend in Residence

On the tail end of his three-week stay at Haverford as the 2013 Friend in Residence, performance artist, bible scholar, and queer and environmental activist Peterson Toscano sat down with us to answer a few questions about his work and time on campus. How have you...

Spring Has Sprung! Pinwheel Day 2013

  Though meteorologists, astronomers and almanacs tell us that the official first day of spring occurred with the vernal equinox back on March 20, it doesn’t quite feel like spring here on campus until Pinwheel Day.  (It hasn’t helped that...
KINSC Gets Fooled

KINSC Gets Fooled

How did you fare on April Fool’s Day? Did you trick someone or did you get tricked? Or did you make it through April 1st relatively fool-free? The KINSC didn’t make it through the trickster’s holiday unscathed. As is tradition, students from the...
Andrew Sullivan: On Being Conservative, Christian and Gay

Andrew Sullivan: On Being Conservative, Christian and Gay

“I wanted to talk tonight about some things that appear to be contradictions—religions, political philosophies, that are thought to be in conflict, but are not in conflict… I want to try and argue that our politics have been too simplified and polarized, that...