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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

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 »

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