A group of 28 highly selective colleges submitted a brief to the United States Supreme Court in support of the University of Michigan, involving two cases which challenge the university's race-conscious admission policies to its law school and its undergraduate College of Literature, Science and the Arts.
Before the end of the semester, the College celebrated the accomplishments and imminent departure of the Class of 2023 during an eventful Senior Week.
On Saturday, May 13, friends, families, faculty, staff, and students gathered in Alumni Field House for Haverford’s 185th Commencement.
Before you go, there are three things you can do right now to make a difference and give back to the Haverford community.
San Juan resident Yamille Marti-Haidar '03 helped establish a tutoring project at a Philadelphia Middle School.
Over the recent winter break, Haverford's Career Development Office saw a record number of students participate in externships.
For many members of the class of 2007, the wait is over.
Visitors to Haverford College's newest building might think they've entered a state-of-the-art research facility, and they would be right.
Representatives from the American Friends Service Committee and Global Policy Forum, a member of the advisory committee for Human Rights Watch/Middle East, and a member of the U.S. House of Representatives shared their expertise and opinions on U.S. policy toward Iraq as part of a“teach-in” at Haverford College on Saturday and Sunday, November 9 and 10, in Roberts Hall.
This fall, as part of their requirement for graduation, Haverford history majors embarked on what the department faculty call, an exercise in“historical detective work.”
An internationally renowned scientific researcher in the field of nanoscience was the keynote speaker at Haverford College on October 3 and 4, as it celebrated the completion of its state-of-the-art science facility, the Marian E. Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center.
How Quakers have held to their belief in“plain living,” while actively consuming fine material goods is the subject of a collection of essays co-edited by Haverford College historian Emma Lapsansky and Anne A. Verplanck, curator of prints and paintings at Winterthur Museum in Delaware.
Stephen G. Cary, former acting president of his alma mater Haverford College, antiwar activist, and lifelong Quaker, died Tuesday, July 30 of complications due to prostate cancer at his summer home in Chatham, Mass. He was 86.
Mary Lou Allen has helped Haverford's 8th Dimension Program grow since 1981.
Haverford College has selected a member of its religion faculty to be its chief academic officer.
Haverford senior Molly Kaplan has been awarded a 2002-2003 Thomas J. Watson Fellowship for her project "Mapping the Olive: The Languages of Transformation."
A Haverford College philosophy major is one of only 16 undergraduates from across the United States to be named "Goldman Sachs Global Leaders" by the Goldman Sachs Foundation and the Institute of International Education.
Haverford junior Kathleen Bailey is one of five college students from Rhode Island recently named 2002 Metcalf Fellows by the Rhode Island Foundation.
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