This English course examines literary and artistic horror by black artists (including Charles Chestnutt, Gwendolyn Brooks, Victor LaValle, the Geto Boys, Childish Gambino, and Jordan Peele) as a way to explore racial identity and oppression.
In advance of the midterm elections, Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges will welcome political activists, candidates, and alumni experts to campus for two upcoming events.
The most recent solo exhibit of Professor of Fine Arts Hee Sook Kim features canvases filled with motifs from Korean folk paintings and the spiritual expanse of New Mexican landscapes.
The political science major has channeled her passion for minority advocacy into a career as a capital defender.
As an ecology lab technician at the University of Vermont, the chemistry major examines local soil samples to see the effects of climate change.
Keller, who was heavily involved in the campus comedy scene throughout his time at Haverford, is breaking into the entertainment industry with a job as a production assistant.
This fall, the geology major will be pursuing a master’s of science in sustainable systems at the University of Michigan’s School for Environment and Sustainability.
The psychology major is working as a clinical research assistant at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
After moving into their dorms on Aug. 29, the Class of 2022 began their first-year at Haverford with the College’s traditional five-day orientation program.
Edwards is returning to France, his home throughout much of his childhood and adolescence, for a seven-month-long teaching assistant program.
Jung is enrolled in an M.D./Ph.D. dual-degree program at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
As an intern for the production company Face-to-Face Films, the economics major and film studies minor is getting a glimpse into the inner workings of the entertainment industry.
We invited alumni to share their wisdom with first-year students on move-in day. From academic mentorship to navigating party spaces and from forming friendships to exploring extracurriculars, the advice they gave is practical, whimsical, and very Haverfordian.
The computer science major chose to write her thesis on a program analysis technique known as “abstract interpretation”—and its implications for how humans interact with technology.
The computer science major is taking a gap year before pursuing his Ph.D. in the same field at Cornell University.
The history major is now working at the Shofuso Japanese Cultural Center, a place she first fell in love with on a Haverford class field trip.
In his senior thesis, Graf Evans suggests a new approach to environmental activism— one informed by the Quakers’ theological beliefs.
The American Chemical Society-certified chemistry major will move to the West Coast later this summer to start work as a junior scientist at the University of California, Santa Barbara.