Haverford Headlines

  • Lamberth, a pediatrician, medical researcher and father of five, recently put out his second album, Three Guitars, which he wrote and recorded entirely on his own.
  • The professor emeritus of history and author of <em>Murder in America</em> discusses the differences between homicides and mass murders in an article on the state of violence in America.

  • A <em>Philadelphia Inquirer</em> article about college Honor Codes looks at how the Code works here at Haverford.

  • Cheryl Sternman Rule '92 interviews Gregory Spatz '86 about his new novel Inukshuk.
  • In a one-click shopping world, Powell's Books CEO and President Emily Powell '00 keeps thousands of visitors a day flooding into the store her grandfather founded 41 years ago. How does she do it?

  • More than a century ago, stately Barclay Hall became the College's first dormitory. Today Tritton and Kim Halls are the new dorms on the block. Lots of other student housing options have been added to the College landscape in between. But what hasn't changed is just how essential living on campus is to the Haverford experience.
  • Highlighting faculty professional activities, including conferences, exhibitions, performances and publications.
  • Kelley, now an English professor, traces the life of the plant she received as a freshman, 18 years ago.
  • With What Can a Body Do? the College's gallery breaks new ground in providing features for people with disabilities.
  • <a href="http://www.haverford.edu/news/stories/48171/51">Colleen Farrell '08,</a> a first lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps, is one of four female soldiers who are suing the Department of Defense over restrictions on women in combat.

  • Prof. Thiemann, 66, taught religion at Haverford from 1976 to 1986 and served as acting provost and acting president before becoming dean of the Harvard Divinity School.

  • The occasion of the November 30 performance of Winterreise by Music Professor Curt Cacioppo and Canadian baritone Alexander Dobson has engendered collaboration among 60 students and five faculty members across disciplines.
  • Here's a list of aid organizations and compiled by our Office of Student Activities and Leadership.
  • In his piece for the Council of Foreign Relations' publication, the assistant professor of political science explains the key factors that pushed Hamas to ramp up its bombing campaign.

  • A group of astronomy students got some hands-on time with a telescope during a four-day field trip to Kitt Peak National Observatory, near Tucson.


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