Caleb Eckert '17 pondered the pivotal role of water in the lives of those in his hometown of Flagstaff, Arizona. The anthropology major and environmental studies minor filmed and researched alongside springs ecologists to understand the settler colonial entanglements of human-water relationships in Northern Arizona.
What They Learned
Haverford attracts intellectually curious, independent learners who value honesty, collaboration, and above all, new ways of seeing and improving the world.
As you perform real-world research and immerse yourself in hands-on learning, you'll work side-by-side with professors who are at the top of their fields.
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John G. Bullock, Maxfield Parrish, and George, Mary, and William Vaux: Photographers of the Real
Through October 8, 2017
Atrium Gallery, Marshall Fine Arts Center
This exhibition brings together important photographs, manuscripts, and related works by five artists from the late 19th–early 20th century. Four of them attended Haverford, and all were birthright Quakers, born in Greater Philadelphia and nurtured by the city’s culture and traditions. Details »