Headline Archive for Eils Lotozo

  • A picture of Julia Wilbur next to a close up of someone holding her 1869 diary. Photo by Patrick Montero.

    Quaker and Special Collections possesses the writings of Julia Wilbur, a prominent abolitionist and suffragist during the 19th century.

  • Pictured is Haverford College's location on the "Main Line, PA Edition" of Monopoly.

    The new “Main Line, PA Edition” of Monopoly features some well-known spots on its locally oriented board— including Haverford College.

  • The Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship program seeks to remedy the shortage of faculty of color in higher education. Since the College joined the national network two decades ago, 99 Haverford students have benefitted from the stipends, support, and crucial mentorship it provides. 


  • A grid of eight professor headshots

    This year, new professors joined the Departments of Chemistry, East Asian Languages and Cultures, History, Music, and Spanish, as well as the Gender and Sexuality Studies and Health Studies Programs. 

  • A life-size 3D-printed statue of Miriam Fuchs '13 became part of #IfThenSheCan-The Exhibit.

  • An addition to Roberts Hall provides a bright, expansive space on campus for teaching, practice, rehearsal, and performance.

  • Photo of Jessie Lamworth posing in her "tea shirt," which she made out of tea bags.

    The artist, known for her food-pun art on Instagram, is one of the contestants on the upcoming third season of Making It, the crafting competition show hosted by Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman.


  • Black and white headshot of Robert Stevens

    The tenth president of Haverford College died Jan. 30.

  • A grid of portraits of new professors, clockwise from top left: Ava Shirazi, Clyde Daly, Sarah-Jane Koulen, Amy Cooke, Luis Rodríguez-Rincón, and Alvin Grissom II.

    This year, new professors joined the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Classics, Computer Science, and Spanish, as well as the Peace, Justice, and Human Rights Program. 

  • Assistant Professor Qrescent Mali Mason

    Ahead of its series finale, Assistant Professor of Philosophy Qrescent Mali Mason discusses how NBC comedy The Good Place offers lessons in ethics along with the laughs.

  • Jayme Guokas '97 started out with a hobby of teaching himself how to remodel homes on the weekend. He ended up with a fully operational business that designs and constructs interior spaces.

  • Robotic prosthetic arm next to Mohamed Ali's arm and a computer

    Mohamed Ali ’22 created a robotic prosthetic hand in the College's Maker Space.

  • William FitzGerald head shot

    William FitzGerald '83 had the opportunity to leave his mark on the next generation of researchers in academia. 

  • A grid of headshots of all six new faculty members

    This year, new professors joined the Departments of Biology, Classics, Mathematics and Statistics, Music, Philosophy, and Religion.

  • Beth Cavener

    The sculptor’s work has been showcased in venues as eminent as Metropolitan Museum of Art.