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...
Papyrus: Learning an Ancient Art

Papyrus: Learning an Ancient Art

Mellon Creative Resident and Director of Book Arts at Wellesley College Katherine Ruffin leads a Papyrus Workshop in Ryan Gymnasium. Ruffin talks about different materials used for writing during the papyrus-making workshop. Associate Professor of English Laura...
An Evening with Laverne Cox

An Evening with Laverne Cox

A large queue of Tri-Co community members and interested locals waited patiently for an hour outside Marshall Auditorium on Friday night in anticipation of a talk by Emmy-nominated transgender actress and activist Laverne Cox, who plays inmate Sophia Burset on 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...
An Israeli’s View of the Conflict

An Israeli’s View of the Conflict

A standing-room only crowd packed Sharpless Auditorium to hear Miko Peled speak about his path to becoming a peace activist. Peled is the author of The General’s Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine, about which Alice Walker (who wrote the forward) said:...