Shayleah Jenkins ’21 reviews a film on gene therapy presented by Haverford’s Biology Film Series, discussing its benefits and setbacks as a treatment.
Federico Perelmuter ’21 reflects on Dr. James Hughes talk, sponsored by the Hurford Center Student Seminar on AI.
A year after its production, Shayleah Jenkins ’22 reviews the Bi-Co Jazz band’s live album recording on Bandcamp.
Shayleah Jenkins ’21 reviews a film on epidemics presented by Haverford’s Biology Film Series.
Get to know a little bit more about Graphic Content, the Haverford group for comic lovers, by comic lovers.
An interview with Ainsley Bruton ’21 about her recent exhibition “Coming to Terms.”
Bilge Yilmaz ’21 reflects on a talk given by Hyunsoo Woo, the Maxine and Howard Lewis Associate Curator of Korean Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, on Korean screen paintings.
Eniola Ajao ’21 shares her experience with the PACC Createspace exhibit, BRACEROS, a series of photographs by Hermanos Mayo depicting Mexican immigrant workers to the United States in the 20th century.
Federico Perelmuter ’21 interviews Student Seminar Leaders Katya Olson-Shipyatsky BMC ’19 and Nicky Rhodes ’19 about their course on artificial intelligence, their interests in the topic, and their students.
Matthew Ridley ’19 recounts the Milkweed launch party, a festive gathering featuring artists, writers, and prospective magazine contributors alongside baked goods and faved juices.