Shaun King on a New Civil-Rights Era

Shaun King on a New Civil-Rights Era

People always ask, “What can I do?” when it comes to ethically engaging in social justice work, particularly in being an ally to Black Lives Matter. Writer and activist King addressed how to do so in his on-campus talk last Wednesday.

Where They’re Headed: Sarah Eppler-Epstein ’15

Where They’re Headed: Sarah Eppler-Epstein ’15

Sarah Eppler-Epstein’s mix of academic interests—public policy and criminal justice—perfectly suited her for her soon-to-begin career as a research assistant at the Justice Policy Center at the Urban Institute in Washington D.C.

Tri-Co Techies Hack For Social Justice

Tri-Co Techies Hack For Social Justice

Last weekend campus played host to the second annual Tri-Co Hackathon, a 48-hour event in which teams from the three colleges built web and mobile apps and created product prototypes with an emphasis on social justice and environmental impact.

Peterson Toscano: Friend in Residence

Peterson Toscano: Friend in Residence

On the tail end of his three-week stay at Haverford as the 2013 Friend in Residence, performance artist, bible scholar, and queer and environmental activist Peterson Toscano sat down with us to answer a few questions about his work and time on campus.

‘The Girl in the Picture’ Tells Her Story

It’s an image that is hard to forget: a little Vietnamese girl, naked, burned by napalm, crying out and running down a road away from the bomb smoke. Nick Ut took that photo in 1972 after the bombing of the village of Trang Bang. It is forever a reminder of the...