The Math Question Center is an informal gathering place where students work in groups on math homework and get assistance when they need it. It is staffed five evenings each week by mathematics faculty and majors.
Our campus has 200 acres of award-winning architecture and landscaping, more than 50 academic, athletic and residential buildings, and a nationally recognized arboretum with 400 species of trees and shrubs, a 3.5-acre duck pond, gardens and wooded areas.
Russian Media Center, a website that translates notable Russia news articles into English, was started by young alums and its all-volunteer staff includes several other Haverford grads as well as current students. Read the article in the Fall 2014 issue … Continue reading
Associate Professor of Physics Suzanne Amador Kane used a special helmet-mounted camera on a goshawk to analyze the prey-pursuit strategy of the fast and highly maneuverable bird of prey. This work is detailed in a new paper in the current … Continue reading
Zoe Strauss: Sea Change Through March 6, 2015 Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery In Sea Change, celebrated Philadelphia photographer Zoe Strauss traces the landscape of post-climate change America. Details »
Zoe Strauss: Sea Change Opening Night: Friday, January 23, 2015 4:30 p.m.—7:30 p.m. Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery In Sea Change, celebrated Philadelphia photographer Zoe Strauss traces the landscape of post-climate change America. Details »
“I enjoy a remarkable level of camaraderie with other student-athletes [which] comes from sharing similar passions for academics, athletics, and extra-curricular activities and a requirement for the discipline to be able to manage all of those things.” —Adam Morollo ’14, … Continue reading
Sixteen lucky Tri-Co students had presidents for professors last semester. Haverford College President Dan Weiss and Bryn Mawr College President Kim Cassidy co-taught a class, “Higher Education and the Liberal Arts: Mission, Structure and Trends,” with Weiss’ Chief of Staff … Continue reading
Associate Professor of Astronomy Beth Willman has filled her office in Strawbridge Observatory with unusual instructional tools to help make dark matter and the expansion of the universe understandable to even the most novice stargazer. Read Office Hour in the … Continue reading
The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship supports student work in the realms of social justice and civic engagement by funding internships, post-baccalaureate fellowships, service learning expeditions, and research travel to expand learning outside the classroom walls.
Then & Now: The Skate House The Skate House hasn’t seen any actual skaters for decades. But it’s still in use, booked for receptions and student events such as club meetings and even poetry readings. Missed yesterday’s photo? See the … Continue reading
Then & Now: The Skate House The Skate House, designed in 1949, is outfitted with a porch, two fireplaces and a sitting room with benches. It regularly played host to crowds of skaters back in the days when the Duck … Continue reading