When the first-year students at Thomas Jefferson Medical School in Philadelphia take the Hippocratic oath later this month, they also will take part in a plenary to discuss, and hopefully, ratify the medical school's first honor code.
Nearly 700 alumni came home to Haverford for dinners, panel discussions, readings, parties, and reunions with old friends.
Now in its 12th year, the Tri-Co Film Festival showcases outstanding film and media works from students at Haverford, Swarthmore, and Bryn Mawr colleges and serves as a platform for emerging filmmakers to showcase their talents and share unique perspectives.
Gabriel Morillo ’24 Selected for Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress Presidential Fellows Program
The Haverford Political Science Major plans to use the fellowship to initiate a career in legal advocacy, social justice, and activism.
Later this month Haverford's first woman track star, Tamara Lave '90, will be competing at the World Championships in Paris.
Curt Mauger, Melissa Cruice, Ty Taylor, and Anne Preston join Haverford's athletics staff.
Haverford's oft-quoted authority on the history of murder in America has turned his attention away from crime and violence to research quite a different topic.
A rarity during the academic year, dozens of children dashing around Haverford's grassy quads and playing fields is not an unusual sight on the College's campus during the summer.
As the weather heats up, students and professors alike are abandoning the classrooms, but Haverford College's new Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center is hardly gathering dust.
Letters, books and maps offer unique peeks into the history of America's geographical expansion in the exhibit“'Under My Wings Everything Prospers:' Americans in New Territory."
Conference Addresses Eligibility, Playing and Practice Season Concerns
Roger Lane writes about growing up in the 20th Century.
Judith Owen, Haverford biologist and director of the Marian E. Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center, is the 2003 recipient of an“Excellence in Mentoring” award from the American Association of Immunologists.
Haverford College alumnus, John Carroll '63 is among the newly elected Fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Two Haverford alumni are among this year's Pulitzer Prize winners: Michael Paulson '86, who along with the Boston Globe's investigative team uncovered the Catholic priest sexual abuse scandal, and David Wessel '75 of The Wall Street Journal, who was part of a group of reporters to contribute to The Journal's year-long series on business scandals.
Regular-season and post-season spring honors from the Centennial Conference have begun to flow, and Haverford College has its share of recipients.
As the“Educating to Lead, Educating to Serve” campaign closes in on the $135-million mark, the College is approaching an important fiscal deadline. June 30, 2003, marks the end of the fiscal year.
Haverford's curator of photography and chair of the fine arts department, William Williams, has been awarded a Guggenheim fellowship to complete his photographic record of Civil War battlefields and historic sites where African Americans played an important role.
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