Headline Archive for Caroline Tien

  • This fall, the English major will get the chance to share her love of reading and writing as a middle-school teacher at the Thaden School.

  • A native of Puerto Rico, the former Jose Padin Scholar and Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow is following up her undergraduate degree in comparative literature with graduate studies in the same field at the University of Chicago.

  • Two Haverford students–Cecilia Burke ’18 and Nicky Rhodes ’19–were among those recognized for their cinematic achievements at this year’s Festival, which was organized by Harlow Figa ’16.

  • Students in Haverford’s Mandarin program meet Wednesdays at noon in a private room in the Dining Center to practice their language skills over lunch.

  • <em>The Review</em> has been Haverford College’s student-run literary magazine for over 20 years.

  • The ninth installment of the film series focused on contemporary social justice concerns and included a live performance for the first time.

  • Aspiring student entrepreneurs from across the Tri-College community learned skills “related to problem-solving, team-building, and critical-thinking.”

  • This semester the Biology Department launched its first film series to “spark a conversation about biological themes and how students can get involved in research early during their time at Haverford.”

  • A recent screening of a documentary about Prayasam, which works to empower disadvantaged youth from the Kolkata slums and has employed CPGC-sponsored interns in the past, showcased the connection between the organization and Haverford.

  • Award-winning poets Joan Larkin and Robert Hershon read a selection of their work last week at an event organized by Visiting Assistant Professor of English Thomas Devaney and sponsored by creative writing programs at Haverford College, Swarthmore College, and the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities.

  • Thanks to funding from the Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center, Liana Alves ’18 and Aaron Schankler ’18 used their week off from classes to gather data for their senior theses.

  • Harlow Figa ’16 and Sarah Moses ’16 explore the legacy of Pennsylvania artist Harry Bertoia in their latest cinematic project.

  • Students and faculty from the departments of astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, geology, mathematics, physics, and psychology from the Tri-Co and beyond were invited to present posters and give talks about their summer research work.

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