Klein has used her Haverford education to found Storq, an maternity and postpartum apparel line.
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.
A full week of thoughtfully curated events on campus celebrated the impact of Martin Luther King, Jr.
The veteran financial affairs executive will be Haverford's next vice president for finance and administration.
Women's cross country and track & field coach Fran Rizzo recounts his 32 years at Haverford.
The new “Main Line, PA Edition” of Monopoly features some well-known spots on its locally oriented board— including Haverford College.
Using new methods to trace digital currencies once thought untraceable, law enforcement officials are cracking criminal cases around the globe. WIRED writer Andy Greenberg ’04 chronicles the hunt in a new book.
Following years of discussion, the Haverford College Corporation amends its bylaws to admit non-Quakers as members.
The alum's musical composition spans from pop to classical styles.
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.
This music course explores the world’s musical traditions through selected case studies from each of ten regions: Oceania, South Asia, East Asia, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, North America, Europe, Africa, the Caribbean, and Latin America.
This English course explores the explosion of SF—science fiction or speculative fiction—since World War II, by reading classics from the ’50s and ’60, as well as newer stories that engage queer identities, Afrofuturism, African futurism, and climate change.
This Spanish course explores students’ experience in bicultural/bilingual homes, or abroad, and of the subjectivities they develop through their use of a second/foreign language.
This psychology course explores how social conceptions of sex, gender, and sexuality have shaped the current iterations and history of neuroendocrinology and sex differences research.
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