Being a Student-Athlete

Men's Soccer at Haverford Adam Morollo '14 (#2) with teammates. Photo: David Sinclair.

“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

Cool Classes: “Theory and Practice of Exhibitions: Objects, Images, Texts, Events”

Students from this course have installed pop-up exhibitions around Magill Library using paintings by Margaret Ralston Gest (1900–65), an artist and benefactor of Haverford College. Photo by John Muse. Students from this course have installed pop-up exhibitions around Magill Library using paintings by Margaret Ralston Gest (1900–65), an artist and benefactor of Haverford College. Photo by John Muse.

“Theory and Practice of Exhibitions: Objects, Images, Texts, Events”, a Fine Arts course that gives students the analytics tools necessary to understand how exhibitions work, is just one in our Cool Classes blog series that highlights interesting, unusual, and unique … Continue reading

What They Learned: Robert Brooks ’14

Blistered bli-5 worms under the microscope. Blistered bli-5 worms under the microscope.

What They Learned Biology major Robert Brooks is working toward a career in healthcare and will be attending medical school under the auspices of the U.S. Air Force. His desire to help people through science was partially inspired by his … Continue reading

Telling the whole story

Read an except from Telling the Whole Story from the forthcoming issue of Haverford magazine, available in late November Read an except from Telling the Whole Story from the forthcoming issue of Haverford magazine, available in late November

Putting the Pieces Together: Antiquities From the Allen Collection Through Jan. 2 Magill Library Jenna McKinley ’15 curated this exhibition of Haverford’s collection of Ancient Greek vases, donated by Ernest Allen ’40, which explores both their artistic qualities as well … Continue reading

Community

Jack Rasiel ’17 and Casey Falk ’16 in the Maker Space Robotics Club members Jack Rasiel ’17 (left) and Casey Falk ’16 in the Maker Space. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography.

Haverford has more than 145 student groups who publish magazines, host symposia, sing a cappella, discuss religion and spirituality, stay politically active, maintain a system of student self-government, dance, demonstrate and create.

CPGC Summer Interns

Summer interns will be sharing their experiences on the CPGC's Global Citizen blog. Photo by Allie Lake '14, who is interning in Peru. Summer interns will be sharing their experiences on the CPGC's Global Citizen blog. Photo by Allie Lake '14, who is interning in Peru.

The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship supports an array of domestic and international summer internships for students that aim to deepen Haverford’s connections with social change organizations and to encourage an integrated approach to pressing social, cultural and ethical … Continue reading

Lives That Speak

lives that speak campus Lives That Speak, a $225 million comprehensive fundraising campaign, was publicly launched in October.

The Jaharis Family Foundation has made a gift of $10 million that will support a new state-of-the-art music center and endow an innovative student loan debt relief fund. Says Steven M. Jaharis, M.D. ’82, “Haverford continues to be a priority … Continue reading

Sustainability

Do it in the Dark In February 2015 Haverford will take part in the Campus Conservation Nationals energy-reduction competition under the title "Do it in the Dark."

The Committee for Environmental Responsibility (CER) was created by the students, faculty and staff of Haverford College, and founded on the socially responsible principles of the college. You can use their Building Dashboard to track real-time electricity use in buildings … Continue reading

CPGC Post-Baccalaureate Fellowships

Siena Mann and Devin Van Dyke (both '14) are blogging from their international post-bac fellowships. Siena Mann and Devin Van Dyke (both '14) are blogging from their international post-bac fellowships.

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.

Academics

Classics-Marathon Students and faculty gathered for an all-day collaborative reading of Homer’s Iliad, organized by the Department of Classics. Photo: Brad Larrison.

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.