For his thesis, the religion major and Russian minor found spiritual significance in the panels of comic books.
The biology major focused on the interactions between parasitic bacteria and their host for her thesis.
This fall, the English major will get the chance to share her love of reading and writing as a middle-school teacher at the Thaden School.
The computer science major and linguistics minor has two jobs lined up; from SeamlessDocs to Facebook, Liao is diving headfirst into the world of civic technology.
A native of Puerto Rico, the former Jose Padin Scholar and Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow is following up her undergraduate degree in comparative literature with graduate studies in the same field at the University of Chicago.
More than 1100 people flocked to campus for Alumni Weekend 2018, which celebrated classes ending in 3s and 8s as well as a host of Alumni Award winners.
The history major is off to support the organization Reconstructing Judaism as an administrative assistant for development.
After this year’s Commencement ceremony, as is tradition, alumni parents and relatives of members of the Class of 2018 joined their just-graduated family member in a photo shoot.
This fall, the English and Religion major will begin pursuing a law degree and her master’s in theological studies through a joint program at Harvard University.
Growth and structure of cities majors Nicky Rhodes and Austin Huber used skills developed in an architecture studio course to design the new Victorian-inspired bus stop and bike shelter near the North Dorms.
Photos and video from the College’s 180th Commencement ceremony.
Not long before Commencement, a dinner celebrated the Class of 2018 Chesick Scholars, the third class to complete Haverford’s four-year academic mentoring and leadership program for high-achieving students from groups that are traditionally underrepresented in academia.
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Two Haverford students–Cecilia Burke ’18 and Nicky Rhodes ’19–were among those recognized for their cinematic achievements at this year’s Festival, which was organized by Harlow Figa ’16.
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.