Congratulations, Class of 2013! Commencement will take place Sunday, May 19, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. in Alumni Field House. Tickets are not required. schedule • speakers • directions • map
Films made by Haverford students took home five of the nine awards given at the Second Annual Tri-Co Film Festival, which took over the Bryn Mawr Film Institute for the day, on Wednesday, May 1.
Traditions Fords enjoy myriad traditional events such as the Collection speaker series; pinwheel day; the annual weekend throwdown at the end of the year called Haverfest; and, most importantly, Fall and Spring Plenary.
“Being a student-athletehas really helped me to develop as a person. Not only does it teach you the true meaning of dedication and commitment, but it also helps you learn how to work hard and put others before yourself.“—Ryan Herz-Thyhsen … Continue reading
James House is a student-governed home for the arts, open to all members of the Haverford community, at all hours of the day. The space is a comfortable, relaxed place for art-inclined students to hang out.
Then & Now: Concerts Now In February, the Baltimore band Chiffon played for students in the basement of Lunt, which is home to a student-run café and a performance space that hosts the Federation United Concert Series. Missed yesterday’s photo? … Continue reading
Then & Now: Concerts In 1965, students could get coffee and a bite and listen to musical performances in a café called The Crypt in the basement of Union. There was even some snazzy balcony level seating overlooking the action. … Continue reading
“Many of my athletes are musicians, actors, singers, or are involved in community service. Nobody is just going to class, going to tennis and going home.”—Ann Koger, Head Women’s Tennis Coach and Associate Director of Athletics
The Rufus M. Jones Institute for Leadership encourages students to utilize the diverse resources on-campus, in the surrounding communities and around the world to build the necessary skills and understanding to become positive change agents in our increasingly global society.
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
The Friend in Residence program brings gifted and experienced Quakers to campus for extended interactions with students, staff, faculty and the community to stimulate reflection on the connections between academic pursuits and “letting one’s life speak.”
“I wanted to finish writing my thesis feeling like I have taken advantage of all of the resources available to me and incorporated both personal and academic experiences to create an authentic and informative work. The study tour was an … Continue reading