Since 2011 College Communications has produced a unique homepage each weekday to spotlight the rich diversity of Haverford's academic programming, extracurricular offerings, campus culture, and community members' accomplishments.
Taught by Associate Professor of Political Science Zachary Oberfield, this course helps students develop a deeper understanding of how public policy is made while introducing students to policy analysis—the art and science of providing problem-solving advice.
Iconic is Haverford’s Step team, founded in 2018 and led by Raveen Green ’22 and Davion Williams ’22. Stepping uses the body as an instrument, and incorporates stomping, clapping, and spoken word to create a beat.
Club Life at Haverford is a blog series exploring student-run extracurricular activities.
“I’m immensely happy that I made the decision to study abroad at University College Dublin during the spring 2019 semester. I had the opportunity to experience a whole new educational system and national culture, make a new set of friends, and see parts of the world and hear viewpoints that I never would’ve gotten the chance to otherwise.” – Caroline Tien '20
Each year more than 130 Haverford students take advantage of the opportunity to study abroad.
Through November 20, 2019
Visual Culture, Arts, and Media
VCAM is hosting three new exhibits: Lives Derailed: Stories of Returning Mexican Migrants, which gathers portraits and interviews of some of the people whose stories were recorded as part of the Migration Encounters oral history project; Nunca Dejemos de Luchar, which shares the result of community conversations and art-making workshops with artist Michelle Angela Ortiz; and In Absentia, which uses the visual language of W.E.B. Du Bois’ early-20th-century infographics as a starting place for considering the veracity of data today. Details »
Taught by Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology Shelly Ronen, this sociology course engages in debates about families as economic units, women’s bodies as social factories, gay identity’s relationship to labor and consumption, the “pricing” of unpaid care, and sex work and trafficking.
Physical education has been part of the Haverford experience since the College’s earliest days. As far back as the 1896-97 academic year, the course catalog described a “refitted” gymnasium, which included among its equipment “rowing, sculling, and wrist machines, chest weights ... and the necessary apparatus for the gymnastic game of basket-ball.”
*We have a very tiny magic 8 ball.