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Craig Borowiak Associate Professor of Political Science Craig Borowiak with Christine Letts ’12, who worked with him to create the Solidarity Economy webpage.

Looking at Globalization’s New Connections

From the solidarity economy to the global economy, Craig Borowiak helps his students understand the realities—and possibilities—of the worldwide flow of goods and services, capital and influence. Read the Fall 2011 Faculty Profile in HAVERFORD magazine »

Emily Powell in front of City of Books Powell standing in front of her store’s facade on Burnside. Photo: Thomas Boyd.

Independent Spirit

In a one-click shopping world, Powell’s Books CEO and President Emily Powell ’00 keeps thousands of visitors a day flooding into the store her grandfather founded 41 years ago. How does she do it? Read “Independent Spirit” from the Fall … 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

Former WHRC DJ Jennifer C. Waits ’89 chronicles nine decades of campus broadcasting. Read “Haverford on the Radio” in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue of HAVERFORD magazine »

Emily Powell in front of City of Books Powell standing in front of her store’s facade on Burnside. Photo: Thomas Boyd.

Independent Spirit

In a one-click shopping world, Powell’s Books CEO and President Emily Powell ’00 keeps thousands of visitors a day flooding into the store her grandfather founded 41 years ago. How does she do it? Read “Independent Spirit” from the Fall … Continue reading

Looking down into one of the new courtyards. Two-story central courtyards bring light into the new Kim and Tritton dorms. Photo: Michael Moran.

Home at Haverford

Today Tritton and Kim Halls are the new dorms on the block. What hasn’t changed is just how essential living on campus is to the Haverford experience. Read “Home at Haverford” in the Fall 2012 issue of Haverford magazine »

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

Haverford on the Radio

Former WHRC DJ Jennifer C. Waits ’89 chronicles nine decades of campus broadcasting. Read “Haverford on the Radio” in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue of HAVERFORD magazine »

Alexander Norquist with students Alexander Norquist in his lab with some of the students on his research team.

Faculty Profile: Alex Norquist

Associate Professor of Chemistry Alexander Norquist helped develop an introductory chemistry curriculum and has published 16 research papers with 15 different students as co-authors. Read the Winter 2011 Faculty Profile in HAVERFORD magazine »

Craig Borowiak Associate Professor of Political Science Craig Borowiak with Christine Letts ’12, who worked with him to create the Solidarity Economy webpage.

Looking at Globalization’s New Connections

From the solidarity economy to the global economy, Craig Borowiak helps his students understand the realities—and possibilities—of the worldwide flow of goods and services, capital and influence. Read the Fall 2011 Faculty Profile in HAVERFORD magazine »

Maris Gillette Professor Gillette often uses the medium of film to document her ethnographic research.

The Intimacy of Anthropology

“Maris is undoubtedly an exceptional teacher in a classroom setting; however, what makes her an even better professor is her accessibility outside of her seminars.”—Laina Gagliardi ’12 Professor of Anthropology Maris Gillette is the Winter 2012 Faculty Profile in HAVERFORD … Continue reading

The Humtones The 2011-12 Humtones, the 31st generation of the school's oldest a cappella group, singing in Roberts Marshall Auditorium. Photo by Dan Z. Johnson.

Harmonic Convergence

Haverford’s a cappella tradition is only 30 years old, but it has become a driving force. What is it about these student-run singing groups that makes them such an important part of life on campus? A cappella is the cover … Continue reading

Kim Benston The Francis B. Gummere Professor of English will serve a one-year term 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