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.
Philadelphia-based artist Mariel Capanna, who studied fresco painting with a conservator in Florence, is sharing her expertise and multidisciplinary take on art with the Haverford community as VCAM’s artist-in-residence.
The student group hosted its first Tri-Co coding symposium, which included a student-led programming workshop and a talk by Erica Greene ’10 of Jigsaw.
The course, which covers the design, evaluation, and implementation of interactive computing systems, explores how design decisions can impact access to computing and technology.
Is Friday the 13th unlucky? Not this month, when the mysterious annual campus tradition of Pinwheel Day, which marks the arrival of spring’s warm weather, brought sunshine and festive decorations to Founders Green.
An exhibition in the VCAM’s Create Space chronicles a first-year’s process of building a guitar from scratch using the building’s Maker Space tools.
Archery Club, founded in the fall by two sophomores, gives any interested students a weekly chance to better their bow-and-arrow skills.
The ninth installment of the film series focused on contemporary social justice concerns and included a live performance for the first time.
The 13th annual ORALiTea grew into a new space this year, allowing students and faculty to recite selections from Latin and Greek literature to a robust crowd.
Rugby has a long history at Haverford College and, after an undefeated, championship-winning fall season, the current men’s club team is continuing that tradition with pride.
Students, faculty, and alumni gathered for the Fourth Annual Public Policy Forum, which tackled environmental concerns, immigration law, and more.
Ford Explorers introduces campus denizens to all the nearby city has to offer and the ease of its public transportation.
The Office of Academic Resources’ Reading Rainbow series, which asks campus community members to share book recommendations, continued this semester with an event focused on books that the panelists—including President Kim Benston and Talia Scott ’19—would have given to themselves as a young adult.
This visual studies course explores the specific mid-20th-century movement of “conceptual art,” as well as its progenitors and its progeny. Students study the founding manifestos, canonical works, and critical appraisals, as well as develop tightly structured studio practica to embody the former research.
The Dining Center’s high-traffic dish room conveyor belt gained community-sourced embellishment as student groups helped create a mural to promote compost awareness.
This year, for the holiday, the Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center was transformed into Hawkins, Indiana; Westeros; and more!