Headline Archive for Michael Weber

  • A multimedia exhibition curated by three Haverford students in the VCAM builds on their summer work on oral history and public art.

  • Collaborators on “Dizhsa Nabani,” the result of last summer’s first DocuLab outing, presented their documentary on Zapotec language and culture preservation in Oaxaca, Mexico.

  • Ainsley Bruton ’21 explores identity and transformation through a portraiture series that features several of her Haverford classmates.

  • Alexandra Morrison takes samples in Alaska

    A minor since 2011, environmental studies is now a Bi-Co major with two new professors and expanded course offerings.

  • In partnership with the Haverford Friends School, local families shared in honey extraction from the beehives maintained at the Haverfarm.

  • Paula Yurss Lasanta, who has studied English and Spanish literature in Barcelona, Spain, brings experience and passion to campus as its first hosted Fulbright recipient.

  • Portrait of Molly Lausten

    Following her work in Golin’s D.C. lab last summer on yeast’s responses to nutrient deficiency, the senior biology major contributed to the alum's paper in Fems Yeast Research last month.

  • Bi-Co students shared stories and poems at the “Crossing Borders” event, which showcased stories and poems created in workshops as well as open-mic performances.

  • Live music, tons of treats, and games galore marked another rendition of the students’ annual end-of-year celebration.

  • From its humble origins just four years ago, the Mock Trial Team soared higher than ever last weekend coming in 11th at the American Mock Trial Association’s National Championship.

  • The Muslim Students Association brings together Muslim-identifying students and those interested in Islam to provide religious resources and sites for discussion in the Bi-Co.

  • The first Seeking Global Citizenship Symposium brought a host of visitors to campus to pose questions about ethical partnership, activism, and inquiry.

  • After graduating with a degree in history, James Truitt ’17 has hit the archives at a historic house in Philadelphia that reflects the story of one Quaker family over the course of 300 years.

  • Archery Club, founded in the fall by two sophomores, gives any interested students a weekly chance to better their bow-and-arrow skills.

  • The 13th annual ORALiTea grew into a new space this year, allowing students and faculty to recite selections from Latin and Greek literature to a robust crowd.

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