Lives That Speak

lives that speak Lives That Speak, a $225 million comprehensive fundraising campaign, was publicly launched this weekend.

Board of Managers Chair Howard W. Lutnick ’83 has made a gift of $25 million that will help fund a transformative renovation of the Library. It is the largest gift in College history.

Memory, Place, Desire

Brown Eyes, Hassan Hajjaj Brown Eyes, from the series ’Kesh Angels, 2010/1431, Courtesy of Hassan Hajjaj and Taymour Grahne Gallery, New York, NY, © Hassan Hajjaj

MEMORY, PLACE, DESIRE Opening Night: Friday, October 24, 2014 4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery The first exhibition in the United States devoted exclusively to contemporary art of the Maghreb and the Maghrebi diaspora. Curated by Visiting Associate … Continue reading

2014 Study Abroad Photo Contest – Places

2014 Study Abroad photo contest 1st place winner Sophie Eiger '14, "Great Ocean Road at Sunset", Places category. 2014 Study Abroad photo contest 1st place winner Sophie Eiger '14, "Great Ocean Road at Sunset", Places category.

“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

A Winning Combination

Women's Tennis Coach Ann Koger was profiled in the summer 2013 NCAA Champion Magazine Women's Tennis Coach Ann Koger was profiled in the summer 2013 NCAA Champion Magazine

“Many of my athletes are musicians, actors, singers, or are involved in community service. Nobody is just going to class, going to tennis and going home.”—Ann Koger, Head Women’s Tennis Coach and Associate Director of Athletics

Club Sports

J. D. Bridges '02 started rowing at Haverford. He's now a renowned coach for the sport. Photo: Brad Larrison J. D. Bridges '02 started rowing at Haverford. He's now a renowned coach for the sport. Photo: Brad Larrison

From Ultimate to ice hockey, badminton to crew, Haverford student-athletes find some serious fun playing all kinds of non-varsity sports. Read ““Crew Still Floats His Boat” in Haverford magazine »

What They Learned: Abigail Flynn ’14

Josh Begley, Prison Map Photo: Josh Begley, Prison Map. Featured in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery exhibition Prison Obscura, which used rarely seen prisoner-made photographs to shed light on the prison industrial complex.

What They Learned Political science major Abigail Flynn’s senior thesis examined the Supreme Court’s influence on state legislative action on the death penalty. Part of the What They Learned Haverblog series that explores the thesis work of members of the … Continue reading

Traditions

Founders Bell Seniors celebrate the last day of exams by ringing—and signing—the bell in the cupola on Founders Hall.

Traditions Each year, Fords look forward to myriad traditional events such as the Collection speaker series; frequent a cappella concerts; pinwheel day; and, most importantly, Fall and Spring Plenary.

The Library in 1865

Magill Library, 1865 Haverford faculty in the Philips Wing of Magill Library, 1865. Courtesy College Archives.

Haverford libraries own more than 625,000 titles, including not only printed books but thousands of items in other formats—microfilm, photographs, diaries, letters, sound and video recordings, electronic publications, and miscellaneous ephemera.