The fifth annual Tri-College Film Festival featured 19 student films, culled from over 75 submissions. Six of those films were made by five Haverford students, and two won awards.
This course, which explores how representations of religion arise in comics and graphic novels. is co-taught by Haverford and Swarthmore religion professors and features a weekly “making” lab with artist-in-residence JT Waldman.
The linguistics and growth and structure of cities double major researched the implications of Federal Reserve policy rhetoric for her joint thesis.
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.
A teach-in on “Policing and Protest” was held Wednesday evening at Haverford for the Tri-Co community to share and discuss critical race issues highlighted once again by the recent killings of Michael Brown Jr. and Eric Garner by police officers.