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.
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.
“I really like, in all my classes, to bring in cultural elements to remind my students that these were real people.” —Bret Mulligan, Associate Professor of Classics. Read Office Hour in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Haverford Magazine.
The Spiritual Garden Through October 10, 2014 Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery A solo exhibition featuring paintings, prints, video, and installations by Hee Sook Kim, Associate Professor of Fine Arts. Details »
Fay Strongin ’10 and Sarah Turkus ’10 discovered a shared passion for food and farming as students. Now the two friends are running Sidewalk Ends Farm in Providence, R.I. Read the feature article in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Haverford … Continue reading
Through the Tri-College Consortium, students can take classes, major, participate in student organizations, and attend cultural and academic symposia on Haverford, Bryn Mawr, and Swarthmore College campuses.
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.
Five Fords who make, sell, champion, and study wine have found that following their hearts in the direction of an oenophile career—or business venture—has opened up a world of opportunities. Read the feature article in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of … Continue reading
From Ultimate to ice hockey, badminton to crew, Haverford student-athletes find some serious fun playing all kinds of non-varsity sports.
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.
The Moon Reader Through October 27, 2014 Morley Alcove, Magill Library This multimedia installation by Philadelphia artist Teresa Jaynes invites participants to learn to read Moon, a raised-letter writing system for the blind invented by blind educator William Moon in … Continue reading
Where They’re Headed English and French double major Nick Kahn ’14 will have the opportunity to explore his passion for both languages as an English teacher for French-speaking high schoolers in Martinique. Part of the Where They’re Headed series in … Continue reading