A Future for “The Havermap”?

A Future for “The Havermap”?

Back in October, the Haverblog covered the opening of the Magill Library exhibit “You Are Here: Exploring the Contours of our Academic Community Through Maps.” A collaboration between Special Collections and Haverford faculty, staff and students, the show displayed...
Digital Cartography: Connecting the Past and Present

Digital Cartography: Connecting the Past and Present

For thousands of years, maps have helped people get to their destination efficiently. But now, 21st century cartographers are using maps to connect more than just places. On Jan. 26, Robert Cheetham and Deb Boyer, who both work at geospatial software development firm...
Student-Artists Interpret Maps

Student-Artists Interpret Maps

Along with extended, end-of-semester hours (24-hours a day with One Card access for students), Magill Library is offering a great excuse for a study break with a new show in the Alcove Gallery.  Mapping as Painting and Drawing: A Student Exhibition shows creations by...
Maps Show Opens in Magill Library

Maps Show Opens in Magill Library

Monday evening, Quaker & Special Collections opened its latest show in the Sharpless Gallery of Magill Library: You Are Here: Exploring the Contours of our Academic Community Though Maps. The exhibit, which presents historical maps and sketches next to modern...