Paul Moses '51, Haverford's first African American student, is being honored at a University of Chicago exhibit celebrating his life's work.
This community-engaged learning course has partnered with the New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia and is creating lesson plans for their future antiracism workshops.
This sociology course explores the family as a social institution shaped as much by historical, social, and political conditions as it is by our individual experiences.
Michael Sells has received a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship to study the poetics of the classical Arabic Qasida - an ancient set of poems from the pre-Islamic period, that, along with the Qur'an, is one of the two major sources of Arabic literature and civilization.
Alumni of color shared advice with aspiring Haverford doctors and scientists at the Minority Science Scholars Panel in November.
The six-year-old Bryn Mawr-Haverford Teacher Education Program gained re-accreditation this fall from the state of Pennsylvania, enabling students from both campuses to continue to gain certification as middle and high school teachers for public schools.
Edgar Bronfman and Richard Joel discussed Jewish life on campus with Hillel students.
Recent research on friction in granular materials conducted by Jerry Gollub, Haverford's John and Barbara Bush Professor in the Natural Sciences, and several of his colleagues was featured in "The Search and Discovery Section" of the September edition of Physics Today.
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