Headline Archive for Michael Weber

  • For the second straight year, the Black Students’ League Fashion Show drew a large crowd to the VCAM for a multifaceted artistic exploration of black experience and identity.

  • The 2019 Mellon Symposium, organized by Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Aniko Szucs, convened a diverse set of scholars to explore how surveillance has been carried out and undermined across national and temporal contexts.

  • To share her new hand-illustrated cookbook with the community, Sarah Jesup ’20 hosted a salsa-making session in the VCAM Kitchen with help from the Hurford Center’s Student Arts Fund.

  • With robust student leadership, Public Observing Nights at the Strawbridge Observatory make astronomy accessible to visitors from both on and off campus.

  • Stephen Lippard ’62 returned to campus to talk about his time at Haverford and career with Ted Love ’81, students, and faculty.

  • With plenty of jars and brine to go around, the brand new Bi-Co Pickling Team aims to spread pickling skills and conversation across campuses.

  • the Smith Cloud

    The former astrophysics major, now pursuing a Ph.D. in astronomy, has turned her undergraduate thesis research into a published article.

  • Back for a third straight year, the Tri-Co Hackathon drew 11 teams of students to design computer programs in just 24 hours.

  • A new multi-media exhibition in the VCAM’s Lower Create Space brings together three artists’ work exploring tropical island imagery and its connection with colonialism and empire.

  • The Haverford Innovations Program partnered with local food bank Philabundance and Swarthmore’s Center for Innovation and Leadership for an impact challenge to develop models for efficient food recovery.

  • During the end of the semester at Haverford, many musical groups, from the curricular to the extracurricular, showcase the breadth and depth of musical talent on campus.

  • 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.

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