Haverford Headlines

  • Associate Professor of Music Thomas Lloyd co-led a July concert tour to Brazil that featured two American choral groups performing with their Brazilian counterparts.
  • Rembert's Energizing Clinton County project is featured in an article in the Columbus Dispatch.

  • In his new post, the former Time magazine editor launches a reorganization of the Harvard Business Review Group.

  • Through an internship funded by the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, Suarez is spending this summer excavating ancient human and ceramic remains with the Andahuaylas BioArchaeological Project in Peru— and enjoying a few adventures along the way.
  • Professor Kaye Edwards talks with Geoffrey Kabat '67 about his Haverford experience, how the College has influenced his career, and the issues raised by his latest book, Hyping Health Risks: Environmental Hazards in Daily Life and the Science of Epidemiology.
  • The work of sculptor Peter Rockwell '58 is the subject of a retrospective exhibition at the Norman Rockwell Museum through October 25. In a recent newspaper profile, the artist talks about his first encounter with sculpture in a studio art class he took at Haverford. Says Rockwell,“… After about the third class, I fell head over heels in love with it.”<br />
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  • M. Elias Tousley '11 is part of a summer research project, with associate professor of physics Suzanne Amador Kane, that is using stereo video techniques to study the phenomenon of mobbing, in which smaller prey animals attack a larger predator.

  • Professor of Music Curt Cacioppo's fantasy-choruses for piano, "This Little Light of Mine," which explores the tradition of American patriotic songs, was featured in a WRTI radio broadcast on July 12.
  • Haverford, Bryn Mawr, and Swarthmore Colleges will use the grant to evaluate and develop tools for assessing student learning in selected academic departments.
  • Triptych, a cutting-edge online library, now gives viewers instant access to special collections from Haverford, Bryn Mawr, and Swarthmore Colleges as well as the Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore.
  • Shruti Shibulal '06 runs Caperberry, a plush restaurant in Bangalore.

  • As a research assistant for Professor Jim Krippner, Curry is creating a map to be included in Krippner's forthcoming book about 20th-century photographer Paul Strand's Mexican Portfolio.
  • The women's field hockey team's August trip to Argentina was the first time a Haverford women's team has traveled abroad. The men's basketball team spent their preseason training in Northern Ireland.
  • Dan Silver '02, Communications Director for the New York Racing Association, holds a master's degree in the race track industry and once rode a horse around Haverford's campus.
  • Blase was recognized by the Philadelphia branch of the American Chemical Society for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.


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