This blog will guide you through deadlines, introduce you to important resources and provide you with tips from the students working in the Deans' Office this summer.
- NEXT WEEK YOU WILL BE A SOPHOMORE!!!!!!
So, what does a sophomore look like? Here are some images that will intrigue you……. Read MorePosted on May 14 2013
- Time to showcase what you have learned this semester…….
AND WISH YOUR SENIOR FRIENDS A WARM FAREWELL Some interesting possibilities for a break: “Whine” and Cheese (and ot... Read MorePosted on May 7 2013
- LAST WEEK OF CLASSES
YOU SHOULD BE CRACKING THE BOOKS, COMPLETING YOUR PROJECTS, MAKING PRESENTATIONS AND SHOWING YOUR WORK DURING THIS LAST WEEK OF CLASSES. BUT, if you a... Read MorePosted on April 30 2013
News & Updates
Throughout the years our children have spent at Haverford, we’ve been amazed at the multifaceted and interdisciplinary approach the College takes to its academic program.
Starace, who studied abroad in Berlin last spring, is returning to Germany to teach English next year.
The John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities is funding an array of local and national internships and independent research projects for 16 Haverford students.
The political science and Russian double major will use the scholarship to enhance her Russian language skills in a program at Saint Petersburg State University.