John Saroff '98 has an endless summer ahead of him. But forget the tubular arc of the waves, in the next year he'll be studying the awesome run of the green under the sun of two different hemispheres.
The College will honor a Class of '64 alumnus and an education and civil rights icon for service to humanity.
The Quaker palliative care specialist and environmental activist will share his knowledge and experience with the Haverford community during a week-long virtual visit.
The Tokyo-based multidisciplinary artist hosted a collaborative workshop in preparation for a Lutnick Library exhibition, opening March 20.
The sweet sounds of jazz mingled with warm words of advice as 300 students received their undergraduate degrees during Haverford's annual commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 17.
This summer Haverford bid bon voyage to graduating seniors James Welcome and Samuel Freeman, both of whom won prestigious $18,000 Watson Fellowships to pursue a year of artistic and scholarly interests abroad.
No students have ever officially called her mom, but on commencement day, when Randy Milden watches some 300 Haverford seniors receive their diplomas, she can't help but look over the parade of caps and gowns with a proud parental eye.
Thanks to the Internet, Richard Zito got more than he bargained for when he enrolled in a course on the literature of World War I.
Aspiring to the same success in life that "Mac" himself enjoyed, three members of the Class of 2000 - Rich Billings, Lindsey Carey and Ryan Taggart - have been selected from a field of 24 nominees to receive the Archibald MacIntosh '22 Award for 1997.
Four distinguished leaders in the arts and humanities have been selected to receive honorary Doctors of Letters during Haverford's May 17 commencement ceremonies.
An occasional correspondence with Haverford faculty doing research around the world.
Bourne and fellow Haverford students, junior Shira Ovide and seniors CÃ©sar Rosado MarzÃ¡n and Carlos RodrÃguez, spent their spring break visiting Cuba as part of the annual Peace Studies Mission.
Four groups of Haverford students are spending their spring break from March 7 to 16 helping others.
What does forgotten African-American history look like through the lens of a camera?
Look Back In Love: In Honor of Gandhi and King, Two Advocates of Nonviolence Reflect on Tumultuous Lives Lived in PeaceTwo men with vastly different backgrounds but a unifying spiritual vision came to campus on February 25 to share with the Haverford community how nonviolence shaped and reformed their lives.
When new assistant professor of chemistry Charles Miller arrived on campus this fall he brought with him not only a distinguished research background in atmospheric chemistry, but a prestigious Camille and Henry Dreyfus Faculty Start-up Grant for Undergraduate Institutions.
A web index is broadening horizons for medieval feminist scholars.
Roger Lane chronicles the history of murder in America in his new book.
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