When Spade combined her interests in anthropology and sustainable architecture, she found her way to this: the Urban Death Project.
On May 17, 2015, the College held its 177th Commencement, graduating 298 members of the Class of 2015.
The chemistry and computer science double major is one of 260 students from across the country, and one of only four computer science majors, chosen for the premier undergraduate science scholarship of its kind.
Fords have gotten a chance to share their passions, whether it's hosting a party or learning American Sign Language, through the Experimental College since around 1997.
Even though Haverford does not have a formal film studies department, it offers those interested in filmmaking a wealth of opportunities. The Tri-Co Film Festival held on May 7 will feature students' projects.