From Ultimate to ice hockey, badminton to crew, Haverford student-athletes find some serious fun playing all kinds of non-varsity sports. Read “All in the Game” in Haverford magazine »
Founded by Quakers in 1833 but now nonsectarian, Haverford remains true to its formative spirit through the programs overseen by Quaker Affairs. Today the office runs the Friend in Residence program, supports the student-run QuaC (Quaker Community) group, and leads … Continue reading
The Mellon Creative Residencies Program ignites vibrant engagements between students, faculty, and visiting artists through sustained, dynamic residencies, inside the classroom and out.
Haverford faculty model academic excellence through their scholarship and an ongoing commitment to compelling, effective instruction.
“Studying abroad enriched my academic experience by exposing me to new perspectives and encouraging me to critically reevaluate my existing intellectual assumptions.” – Ben Wohl ’14 Each year more than 130 Haverford students take advantage of the opportunity to study … 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 »
Upgraded facilities, more full-time coaches, state-of-the-art strength training and other enhancements have helped Haverford’s teams post impressive results in recent years. But the true measure of success for athletics is reflected in how well the program allows students to excel … Continue reading
The Biochemistry superlab is designed so that students get first hand experience using techniques and equipment commonly used in graduate labs and research facilities; however, what really makes superlab special is the independence the professors give.
Over winter break, nine students got a fresh perspective on immigration as part of a weeklong Borderlands Field Study to Arizona and Mexico sponsored by the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship.
In the Collection: William Penn William Penn’s 1687 publication of The Excellent Priviledge of Liberty & Property was the first American printing of his translation of the Magna Carta, and Haverford’s copy is the only surviving complete example.
Haverford’s small size makes possible a highly personalized, hands-on educational experience. Professors work side-by-side with students to do high-level research while also developing analytical thinking and pushing the boundaries of each discipline.
When Max Weissman ’89 graduated from Haverford, reality television didn’t exist. Now, his production company makes some of the best shows in the real estate reality genre, bringing former soap stars’ and rappers’ renovations into homes across America. Read the … Continue reading