The linguistics major began working on her area of study—Colonial Valley Zapotec, a native language of Mexico’s southern region—during a class she took sophomore year.
Quaker and Special Collections recently added a second edition of a Zapotec catechism and a few other religious texts, published in Mexico in 1766, to its library of rare books.
The linguistics and growth and structure of cities double major researched the implications of Federal Reserve policy rhetoric for her joint thesis.
Maggie Perkoff ’15 is headed to work for Amazon as a software engineer.
Micah Walter double-majored in music and linguistics during his time at Haverford and completed two theses, one for each of his courses of study.