Featuring materials from a manuscript diary of a woman in Revolutionary-era New Jersey to a first edition of Charles Darwin’s Origin of Species, the exhibit intends to challenge the assumption that library materials are only useful for studying the humanities, rather than for scientific or anthropological research.
Chesick Scholars Cathy Zhu '23, Natasha Rojas '22, and Ruanna Small '22 dance with Haverford's step team.
"Horror Council" encourages Fords to face their fears among friends.
"I have always had a love of learning and been excited by the possibilities education can offer. I am excited by the process of facilitating learning with students and helping them to see the world from new perspectives.”
The history major is revitalizing the past with a digital exhibit he’s producing for Tulsa’s Woody Guthrie Center.
Led by professors Anne Preston and Anita Isaacs, a team of Haverford students is working to combat misinformation about immigration and immigrants by collecting and sharing personal stories from migrants in Mexico about their immigration and deportation experiences.
The English major will spend the year after his Haverford graduation traveling to four continents to explore communities through their barbershops thanks to the $30,000 award.
Raquel Aguayo '19 presented an exhibit, using photography, film, and narrative, on the effects of Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico.
The linguistics major, religion minor, and Africana studies concentrator wrote her thesis using ethnography to explore race and language in Ghana.
The computer science major is taking a gap year before pursuing his Ph.D. in the same field at Cornell University.