The Young Academic Alumni Lecture Series connects current students, faculty, and community members to Haverford’s vibrant alumni presence in the academic world. These presentations are sponsored by the Library in partnership with different academic departments.
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 »
“Studying abroad in Paris gave me the confidence to set out on my own and explore the world around me. The challenge of becoming fluent in a different language gave me the strength to face many new experiences while abroad. … Continue reading
” I’ve been a big advocate of honor codes in large part because of my experience at Haverford. I think that wearing your values on your sleeve and being up front about them – even when it seems a little … Continue reading
The Writing Center at Haverford College fosters a culture of writing that includes conversation with peers and faculty members at all stages of the writing process.
The Student Arts Fund help students pursue creative interests that build upon and go beyond the offerings of our formal curriculum.
Every year, Haverford hosts guest speakers through programs such as Distinguished Visitors and Young Academic Alumni Lecture Series. These lectures, classroom visits and workshops enhance and supplement the core curriculum.
Chris Goshen, 27 June, 2009
From the series Take A Picture; Tell A Story
Prison Obscura Through March 7, 2014 Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery Curated by Prison Photography editor Pete Brook, Prison Obscura presents rarely seen vernacular, surveillance, evidentiary, and prisoner-made photographs, shedding light on the prison industrial complex. Details »
Best known for railroad photography, O. Winston Link also shot promotional images of Haverford and many are in Special Collections.
Associate Professor of Physics Suzanne Amador Kane and her student research team used bird-mounted cameras to examine how falcons pursue their prey, which appears in the current issue of The Journal of Experimental Biology.
More than 40% of Haverford students participate in varsity athletics such as our women’s outdoor and indoor track & field teams.
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.