Join us in celebrating the Class of 2018 by following their graduation ceremony via this live feed of tweets.
The annual Black Students’ League’s fashion show took on a new direction and spirit this year, which was rewarded with a line to get in across Founder Green.
At the 15th Annual Celebration of Scholarships donors to Haverford’s 291 endowed scholarship funds enjoyed lunch with the student scholars who benefit.
Bi-Co students shared stories and poems at the “Crossing Borders” event, which showcased stories and poems created in workshops as well as open-mic performances.
Neuroscientist and artist Greg Dunn, who works at the intersection of visual representation and experimental science, visited campus to discuss his piece that is on display at the Franklin Institute.
Live music, tons of treats, and games galore marked another rendition of the students’ annual end-of-year celebration.
This course, which explores the revolution in the sciences that occurred between 1500 and 1750, seeks to understand how and why certain people began to investigate the natural world in new ways and how they convinced other people that their new ways were better.
The Shift Dance Company holds open classes and performs both contemporary and ballet.
A recent student exhibit in VCAM contemplates masculinity and the family closet.
The club, which started in the fall, has create new, extracurricular neuroscience-focused opportunities for students across disciplines.
From its humble origins just four years ago, the Mock Trial Team soared higher than ever last weekend coming in 11th at the American Mock Trial Association’s National Championship.
This intensive political science research seminar engages debates about capitalism and examines efforts to create alternatives.
Students in Haverford’s Mandarin program meet Wednesdays at noon in a private room in the Dining Center to practice their language skills over lunch.
The Muslim Students Association brings together Muslim-identifying students and those interested in Islam to provide religious resources and sites for discussion in the Bi-Co.
This course explores the role of food in religious beliefs and practices, including the role of food in religious rituals, the connection between religious foodways and religious identities, and the ethics of food production and consumption.
The first Seeking Global Citizenship Symposium brought a host of visitors to campus to pose questions about ethical partnership, activism, and inquiry.
The Review has been Haverford College’s student-run literary magazine for over 20 years.
After graduating with a degree in history, James Truitt ’17 has hit the archives at a historic house in Philadelphia that reflects the story of one Quaker family over the course of 300 years.