In 1997, at Fall Plenary, two students in the homestretch of their Haverford educations proposed a program of student-taught classes.
“Coach Raises Racket, Hippies Net Victory,” was just one of the headlines in June 1968 when Haverford found itself in the national spotlight over the question of hair.
The Haverfordian, started in 1879, was Haverford’s first literary magazine.
In 1918, Haverford began granting master’s degrees to women for the first time.
We were flooded with so many responses to our recent request for memories of an infamous on-campus 1977 Talking Heads concert that we couldn’t print them all in the Fall 2012 Haverford magazine. So we are printing those letters from alumni in the Haverblog in their entirety.