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.
Haverford junior Kathleen Bailey is one of five college students from Rhode Island recently named 2002 Metcalf Fellows by the Rhode Island Foundation.
In a rare and unique two-day gathering at Haverford College, over 800 people, including students from Harriton, Lower Merion High School, Episcopal Academy and Haverford College, heard the call to action for the rights of the planet and all life therein.
Haverford College physicist Jerry Gollub has been elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world's largest federation of scientists, which conducts programs in science policy, science education, international scientific cooperation and publishes the prestigious peer-reviewed journal, Science.
Chemistry Professor Julio de Paula writes about the benefits of undergraduate research.
Nicholas Yee's online research study led to a job with Accenture's Center for Strategic Technology Research.
Haverford College dedicates 1st wing of $40 million Marian E. Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center.
Haverford's radio station, WHRC, returns with a resurgence of student interest.
A team of scientists at Haverford College are working in an area of research that until recently was the subject of science fiction, rather than serious scientific pursuits.
Robert Boynton '85 writes about changes in education since his time at Haverford.
Haverford College sophomore, Vincent Indelicato, was among 20 U.S. university students who were publicly recognized for their outstanding academic and leadership achievements by The Goldman Sachs Foundation through its new initiative, the Goldman Sachs Global Leaders Program.
Several Haverford College students with a passion for peace will be putting their principles to use this summer, working in the field in hot spots around the globe.
Virginie Ladisch '00 has been awarded a Watson Fellowship; Benjamin Huebner '01 has received a Harry S. Truman Scholarship.
Haverford College has announced plans for the most ambitious fund raising campaign in its 167-year history. With nearly $80 million committed, the College's board of managers authorized a major capital campaign to raise a total of $200 million by 2004.
Mary Lou Allen has done a great service for Haverford since she began here in 1981.
As Part Of Its Major Campaign Kick-Off, Haverford College Honors Leaders In Business, Medicine, Higher Education And Community ServiceEight distinguished individuals from the fields of business, community service, medicine and higher education received honorary degrees in recognition of their accomplishments and service to their communities at Haverford College on Saturday, December 2.
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