WHAT THEY LEARNED: Micah Walter ’14

WHAT THEY LEARNED: Micah Walter ’14

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. His music thesis, Vespers, was an original composition of sacred choral music that was performed by six professional...
Where They’re Headed: Bruce Leto ’14

Where They’re Headed: Bruce Leto ’14

This fall, Bruce Leto ’14 will enter New York University’s two-year master’s program in Performing Arts Administration. This degree is focused on developing skills in marketing, development, accounting, financial planning, and policy, that can be utilized in the...
Bi-College Orchestra Rehearsal: It’s a Thursday Night Thing

Bi-College Orchestra Rehearsal: It’s a Thursday Night Thing

  Every Thursday night from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m., strains of music can be heard in and around Roberts Hall on campus. For many Haverford and Bryn Mawr students, this magical music comes as no surprise: Thursday night is the weekly rehearsal time for the Bi-College...
A Look Back At Pinwheel Day

A Look Back At Pinwheel Day

Yesterday Founders Green was festooned with scores of pinwheels spinning in the sunshine to mark the unofficial start of spring. Students picnicked among the pinwheels, played Frisbee, and brought out instruments and stereo speakers to fill the Green with music. In...
The Music of Physics

The Music of Physics

That’s Professor of Physics Walter Smith at the microphone, belting out a tune during the annual Physics Sing-Along at the March meeting of the American Physical Society (APA).  Years ago, in a collaboration with his wife Marian McKenzie, Smith began writing...