A Summer Bounty at the HaverFarm

A Summer Bounty at the HaverFarm

Meghan Wingate ’17 at the HaverFarm. She is a CPGC summer 2015 farm intern. Sunflowers reflected in water droplets on a kale leaf. Meghan Wingate ’17 harvests kale at the HaverFarm. Bees busy pollinating at the Haverfarm. Dragon kale leaves up close. (l-r)...
Where They’re Headed: Marcus Levy ’15

Where They’re Headed: Marcus Levy ’15

“I just want to help the world be a better place,” says Marcus Levy ’15, who majored in Spanish and minored in independent health studies. True to his values, Levy is spending the next year as a Center for Peace and Global Citizenship (CPGC) fellow at La Casa de Los...
Responding to offensive anti-Muslim ads on SEPTA

Responding to offensive anti-Muslim ads on SEPTA

Fostering educational dialogue over sensitive issues like Islamophobia is a vital tool to clarify misconceptions and create safer communities, says a corporate lawyer and human rights advocate who came to Haverford College’s campus to denounce anti-Islamic ads...
World Health Day: Food Justice Panel

World Health Day: Food Justice Panel

For the last few years, a new food justice movement has taken shape at Haverford College. Hiba Dhanani ’14, a current Haverford House Fellow, recognized this, and in conjunction with the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, hosted a Food Justice panel in...
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...