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John Carlos at Haverford

The famous Olympian and civil rights activist, perhaps best known for raising his black-gloved fist on the medal stand in silent protest of racism and economic injustice at the 1968 Games in Mexico City, visited campus for several events, including a public talk about his life and work. Continue reading

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Professor Teofilo Ruiz: From White House to Witches

After accepting the National Humanities Medal from President Obama on Monday, Professor Teofilo Ruiz gave a lecture on campus about “The Witch Craze in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe, 1486-1660s.” Continue reading

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Digital Cartography: Connecting the Past and Present

On Jan. 26, Robert Cheetham and Deb Boyer, who both work at geospatial software development firm Azavea, illustrated how one can now use digital maps to connect more than just places at a talk in Magill Library. Continue reading

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