Members of the Haverford community celebrated the publication of the first English-language translation of the Odyssey by a woman with a 10-hour-long public reading.
Organized by the Multicultural Alumni Action Group in partnership with student organization Haverford Votes, the panel featured alumni with diverse political backgrounds sharing the importance of next month’s elections.
On Sunday, the student body gathered in the GIAC to discuss relevant campus matters and to raise their packets high to ratify the alcohol policy.
In partnership with the Haverford Friends School, local families shared in honey extraction from the beehives maintained at the Haverfarm.
Students from the Tri-Co and other Pennsylvania colleges gathered to share posters and talks about their summer scientific research.
As a Haverford House fellow, the sociology major is continuing work he started with his senior thesis: highlighting the experiences of people of color in predominantly white environments.
Born of a 2001 trip to Cuba with the Haverford baseball team, this history course examines the interrelationship of sport and society from a historical perspective and on a global scale, including a focus on key issues that have shaped the Olympic Games and the World Cup.
The linguistics major, religion minor, and Africana studies concentrator wrote her thesis using ethnography to explore race and language in Ghana.
Paula Yurss Lasanta, who has studied English and Spanish literature in Barcelona, Spain, brings experience and passion to campus as its first hosted Fulbright recipient.
This peace, justice, and human rights seminar explores how law and time intersect, focusing on cases where changing our understanding of time might help law do better, or changing our idea of law might help us understand what is at stake in different stories about time.
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.