This religion course is an examination of some of the remarkable—and highly controversial—activities in which Quakers engaged as they tried to provide assistance to Jews who were being persecuted by the Nazis.
The pinwheels taking over Founders Green today mean spring has officially sprung on campus.
This peace, justice, and human rights course is a study of recent work in Latin American, Afro-Caribbean, and Afro-Diasporic critical theory and related resistance movements.
This first-year writing seminar introduces students to the many ways queer lives and theories challenge normative conceptions of linear time.
For the second straight year, the Black Students’ League Fashion Show drew a large crowd to the VCAM for a multifaceted artistic exploration of black experience and identity.
The 2019 Mellon Symposium, organized by Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Aniko Szucs, convened a diverse set of scholars to explore how surveillance has been carried out and undermined across national and temporal contexts.
Both new and experienced players are encouraged to try their hand at the age-old game of strategy and perseverance.
For over 40 years, the Center for Career and Professional Advising has matched alumni working in a wide array of industries with interested Haverford students for hands-on experience in their chosen field.
Ten Bi-Co students spent spring break experiencing culture in Japan through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan’s Friendship Ties Program.
With a mission to provide a support network and space to grow for students with identities underrepresented in the field, Womxn in Econ is crunching the numbers on inclusivity and gender equality.
This psychology course examines new initiatives in the field aimed at enhancing transparency, reproducibility, replicability, accessibility, and inclusiveness as well as their implications for improving psychological science.
To share her new hand-illustrated cookbook with the community, Sarah Jesup ’20 hosted a salsa-making session in the VCAM Kitchen with help from the Hurford Center’s Student Arts Fund.
The annual celebration in the KINSC has once again turned the campus’ science building into book-, movie-, and videogame-themed wonderlands in honor of the holiday.
The films in the eighth year of this series engage with the politics of place, race, history, performance, and cinema itself.
Students and alumni shared research and career insights during a day of panels, presentations, and Haverfordian connections.
With robust student leadership, Public Observing Nights at the Strawbridge Observatory make astronomy accessible to visitors from both on and off campus.
This observational astronomy course makes use of the telescopes we have on campus, including a 16-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain, and includes a field trip to the Green Bank Observatory in West Virginia to do some radio astronomy.
The annual energy-saving competition featured a month of energy reduction, sustainable food practices, and environmentally focused events sponsored by the Committee for Environmental Responsibility.