Headline Archive for Walter Hjelt Sullivan

  • Quaker Voluntary Service

    Once again this year, a wonderful group of Haverford graduates have joined Quaker Voluntary Service and will be living in community, deepening their relationship between Spirit and action, and working for local non-profit social justice organizations.

  • The group poses in Pendle Hill

    Each semester, on the first Sunday and Monday of finals week, the Quaker Affairs Office sponsors an overnight retreat, open to all interested students, at the Pendle Hill Quaker adult study center in Wallingford, PA.

  • Students posing for photo at conference

    In cooperation with and financial support from the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship (CPGC), the Quaker Affairs Office was able to send three Haverford students to the 18th annual White Privilege Conference in Kansas City, MO. This year’s participants were: Sonia Copple '19, Hayle Meyerhoff '20, and  Maurice Rippel '19.

  • Earth Quaker members sitting in peaceful protest

    On Friday, April 14th, nine members of the Tri-Co Community, including two current Haverford students and three Haverford alums, held Meeting for Worship in the lobby of the PECO national headquarters, calling upon the corporate leadership to pray for courage as we move together into a sustainable energy future.

  • Throughout the 2017 spring term, the academic centers will cooperate with the Office of the Provost to host a conversation series at the intersection of critical inquiry and consequential action. The entire college community is encouraged to attend.

  • Eileen Flanagan

    Eileen Flanagan—a graduate of Duke and Yale, and the award-winning author of three books and scores of articles—will be on campus March 19-25 and April 2-15, 2017.

  • Got Privilege?

    Join Haverford students, staff and faculty attending the conference and help build skills and understanding across the campus. Applications due by January 8, 2016.