Headline Archive for Rebecca Raber

  • Founders Hall in spring

    The College was selected from more than 300 grant proposals to fund three interrelated initiatives to create a more egalitarian learning community that supports students of color and culturally sustaining pedagogical practices. 

  • Highlighting faculty professional activities, including conferences, exhibitions, performances, awards, and publications.

  • More than 1,100 people flocked to campus for Alumni Weekend 2018, which celebrated classes ending in 3s and 8s as well as a host of Alumni Award winners.

  • After this year’s Commencement ceremony, as is tradition, alumni parents and relatives of members of the Class of 2018 joined their just-graduated family member in a photo shoot. 

  • Map of Ford food ventures drawn by Jessie Lamworth '18

    Haverford alumni are feeding the world (and slaking its thirst) with an impressive array of food- and beverage-related ventures. We've mapped them around the country, and you can add your own!

  • Growth and structure of cities majors Nicky Rhodes ’19 and Austin Huber ’19 used skills developed in an architecture studio course to design the new Victorian-inspired bus stop and bike shelter near the North Dorms.

  • Photos and video from the College’s 180th Commencement ceremony.

  • Join us in celebrating the Class of 2018 by following their graduation ceremony via this live feed of tweets.

  • Strawbridge Observatory at Haverford College

    The KECK Northeast Astronomy Consortium, a group of eight liberal arts colleges in the northeast with strong small astronomy programs, has been approved as a new member of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy.

  • Julian Schneider portrait

    The philosophy and political science double major, who is currently pursuing an M.A. in nationalism studies at Hungary's Central European University, will spend next year at Kent Law School's master's in law program in the U.K.

  • The six new Haverford House fellows

    Sabea Evans, Callie Kennedy, Claire Michel, TJ von Oehsen, Sara Ozawa, and Jason Sanchez will spend next year working at Philadelphia nonprofits and strengthening connections between the College and the city.

  • This course, which explores the revolution in the sciences that occurred between 1500 and 1750, seeks to understand how and why certain people began to investigate the natural world in new ways and how they convinced other people that their new ways were better.

  • Founders Hall in spring

    At the 180th Commencement on May 19, the College will award honorary degrees to doctor and immigrant-community healthcare champion Steven Larson '83, lawyer and college-accessibility proponent Joan Mazzotti, and computer scientist and privacy advocate Latanya Sweeney.

  • Founders cupola

    Noah Bloch '16, Jonathan DeWitt '16, Grace Klinges '15, Lindsey Lopes '16, and Katie Ulrich '14 all received fellowships from the National Science Foundation that will support their graduate education and research.

  • This intensive political science research seminar engages debates about capitalism and examines efforts to create alternatives.

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