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Visualization of Earth with population data created by Kate Evans '93, Jamison Daniel and Eddie Bright of Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Visualization of Earth with population data created by Kate Evans '93, Jamison Daniel and Eddie Bright of Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Investigating a Changing Climate

Investigating a Changing Climate Ford scientists are spanning the globe (and modeling it on supercomputers) to develop new ways of studying climate change. Their aim: to gain a deeper understanding of Earth’s past and present in order to better predict … Continue reading

Reema Keswani '96 in her Manhattan showroom. Photo: Roy Groething Reema Keswani '96 in her Manhattan showroom. Photo: Roy Groething

A Gem of a Career

Reema Keswani ’96 was a French and sociology double major who followed her passion and created a socially conscious jewelry line, Golconda Jewelry. Read the Alumni Profile in the Fall 2013 Haverford magazine »

Students gathered in Ryan Gym for an Honor Council Abstract Party to discuss recent cases. Council regularly sponsors such events. Photo: Brad Larrison. Students gathered in Ryan Gym for an Honor Council Abstract Party to discuss recent cases. Council regularly sponsors such events. Photo: Brad Larrison.

Honor Bound

It began in 1897 as a simple system for holding exams without proctors. Since then, the cherished Honor Code has become the purest expression of the College’s values and an intrinsic part of a Haverford education. Read “Honor Bound” in … Continue reading

"I think it's meaningful for students to take an active part in designing their own education," says Stauffer. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography "I think it's meaningful for students to take an active part in designing their own education," says Stauffer. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography

Beyond Borders

Whether doing scholarly research on “ethical loneliness,” interviewing philosophers for the magazine The Believer, or directing the College’s peace, justice, and human rights concentration, Assistant Professor of Philosophy Jill Stauffer crosses disciplines and reaches out to audiences beyond the campus. … Continue reading

Reema Keswani '96 in her Manhattan showroom. Photo: Roy Groething Reema Keswani '96 in her Manhattan showroom. Photo: Roy Groething

A Gem of a Career

Reema Keswani ’96 was a French and sociology double major who followed her passion and created a socially conscious jewelry line, Golconda Jewelry. Read the Alumni Profile in the Fall 2013 Haverford magazine »

"I think it's meaningful for students to take an active part in designing their own education," says Stauffer. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography "I think it's meaningful for students to take an active part in designing their own education," says Stauffer. Photo: Thom Carroll Photography

Beyond Borders

Whether doing scholarly research on “ethical loneliness,” interviewing philosophers for the magazine The Believer, or directing the College’s peace, justice, and human rights concentration, Assistant Professor of Philosophy Jill Stauffer crosses disciplines and reaches out to audiences beyond the campus. … Continue reading

WHRC Equipment Check 1920s: An equipment check at the College’s then-radio station WABQ. Courtesy of College Archives.

Haverford on the Radio

Radio broadcasting began at Haverford in 1923, when an AM station—only the second in Pennsylvania—was launched. Today, WHRC lives on as an internet radio station with a live stream and DJ’ed shows.

Honor council abstract discussion Students gathered in Ryan Gym for an open discussion of an Honor Council trial abstract given the pseudonym “Toy Story.” Council regularly sponsors such events. Photo: Brad Larrison.

Honor Bound

It began in 1897 as a simple system for holding exams without proctors. Since then, the cherished Honor Code has become the purest expression of the College’s values and an intrinsic part of a Haverford education. Read “Honor Bound” in … Continue reading

Walter Hjelt Sullivan '82 in the Quaker Collection in Magill Library with a banner picturing famous Quaker Rufus Jones behind him. Walter Hjelt Sullivan '82 in the Quaker Collection in Magill Library with a banner picturing famous Quaker Rufus Jones behind him.

Quaker Connector

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

A portrait of Michael "RJ" Rushmore '14, painted on a building by street artist Elbow-Toe. A portrait of Michael "RJ" Rushmore '14, painted on a building by street artist Elbow-Toe.

Street Art Authority

The May issue of PAPER magazine featured a piece on RJ (Michael) Rushmore ’14, who has turned his Vandalog website,which he runs from his dormroom, into an important chronicle of street art around the world. Read “Street Art Authority” in … Continue reading

The Francis B. Gummere Professor of English will serve a second year as the College's chief academic officer. The Francis B. Gummere Professor of English will serve a second year as the College's chief academic officer.

Being Human(ist)

“He changed the way I look at the function and importance of literature—and really of the humanities as a whole—for society.” — Shamie Sahandy ’05 Professor of English Kim Benston finds in the humanities a means to draw connections across … Continue reading