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.
The Kosovars are screaming at the Serbs; the Serbs are arguing with the European Union; the European Union is debating with delegates from the United States; and the U.S. representatives are consulting among themselves, making no public statements.
Abolitionists' Letters are Candid; Writings Bought by College Reflect Personalities as Well as History
Emma Lapsansky, curator of special collections at Haverford College, recently purchased 100 letters penned by prominent abolitionists.
Lindsay Voigt discovers a new appreciation for her Haverford education while working as teacher in a vocational college in China.
Eleven colleges sent representatives to a Haverford conference designed for small schools, where they often have an influential role.
The Haverford College station had folded, its studio forsaken. An alumnus' gift has brought back the beat.
The chair of Haverford's chemistry department, Julio de Paula, represented the United States at the 40th General Assembly of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry held in the summer of 1999 in Berlin.
ExCo is a program of student run, non-credit courses in which students can share their areas of expertise with their peers.
Ghost of Shakespeare Thrives at Haverford: Students and Faculty Proclaim Report Of the Bard's Death on Campus Is an ExaggerationCan you ever kill a ghost? Not on Haverford's campus, where the spirit of Shakespeare is alive and well in the classroom.
Some aspiring doctors at Haverford have chosen to pursue other interests during their undergraduate years.
If science is a universal language, then it makes sense that Haverford's student researchers should be speaking it outside the laboratories and classrooms of Stokes and Sharpless halls.
An artist's journey from China to the U.S. frees her from the strict rules of art for the party.
Time certainly is a crafty magician. Just ask psychology professor Marilyn Boltz, who can tick off a list of tricks that Father Time plays on us gullible human beings year after year.
As temperatures rose, the Haverford College campus became a summer playground for local children.
Race relations was the focus of a panel discussion held in the spring of 1999, when a group of Haverford students and journalists from national and regional news organizations talked about the current climate on college campuses and in the workplace.
Vanja Filipovic '99 hopes to help rebuild a democracy in his home country.
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