Headline Archive for Rebecca Raber

  • Did Netflix’s <em>Stranger Things</em> pique your interest in Dungeons & Dragons? Join the student-run club for the fantasy role-playing game.

  • Global China Connection (and President Benston) celebrated Chinese New Year with a traditional 10-course dinner and a gala-watching party, featuring dumpling-making and calligraphy practice, in Founders Great Hall.

  • Over winter break the Bi-College Chamber Singers embarked on a cultural exchange tour of Germany to perform with local choirs, including one featuring Middle Eastern refugee singers. 

  • This environmental studies course investigates ongoing debates on the trajectory of agricultural development, with attention to the intersection of scientific and political issues.

  • ALL BIG LETTERS, an exhibit celebrating the 50th anniversary of graffiti and curated by RJ Rushmore ’14, opened in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery on Jan. 20.

  • Matthew Abruzzo's summer research at Cornell University contributed to a publication on fast radio bursts from beyond the Milky Way galaxy. 

  • The building, which houses two of Haverford's most popular majors (biology and psychology), has been under construction since May 2016 to make much-needed infrastructure updates and to create space for collaborative learning and research. 

  • The assistant professor of chemistry will receive $560,681 to fund her research on natural product synthases and related outreach activities, including the creation of a professional development series to expose undergraduates to career opportunities in the chemical sciences.

  • Considered pioneering when it was created, one history class was unparalleled in exposing majors to hands-on work in historical research. Nowadays, this work has been incorporated in students’ senior theses.

  • The student-run Meditation Group aims to introduce more members of the Haverford community to meditation and to help foster their practices.

  • Our assistant professor of linguistics, a field linguist who studies the Zapotec languages of Mexico, talks about what it’s like to see her profession portrayed on film.

  • This medical anthropology and health studies course explores how HIV and AIDS have come to shape how humans live today, both intimately and socially.

  • After another successful Reading Rainbow event sponsored by the Office of Academic Resources, we have seven suggestions for books to add to your personal library (or holiday wishlist) this winter.

  • Students in this course, which explores the intersection of gender, sexuality, race, class, religion, and embodiment in our time, bring the personal into the classroom and to take what they learn out into the world.

  • This history course in which students students study Civil Rights-era images as artifacts, as part of archives, and pathways to visibility, solidarity, and justice.