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  • A still from the production of WILD: A Clown Western

    Ryan Rebel '14 is one of the four founders of Shoe Box Company, one of Philadelphia’s newest theater troupes, and the director of the recent Fringe Fest play WILD: A Clown Western

  • Waldean dancing with the GöteborgsOperans Danskompani

    The former growth and structure of cities major thought he would be an architect, but is now living out different dreams as a professional dancer in Sweden. 

  • Bryan Snyder on a mountaintop adventure

    The former Haverford English major talks to Cat Lazaroff '89 about combining his passions for writing and outdoor adventures in a book series.

  • Giving Assistant

    In addition to making an annual gift directly to Haverford, you can also support the College when shopping online.

  • Morrie Evans' yearbook photo

    The emeritus member of the Haverford College Board of Managers died Dec. 16.

  • Harlow Figa ’16 and Sarah Moses ’16 explore the legacy of Pennsylvania artist Harry Bertoia in their latest cinematic project.

  • Dr. Robert O'Connor

    When the white supremacist rally in Virginia erupted in violence this summer, Dr. Robert E. O’Connor ’78, director of the University of Virginia Medical Center Hospital's Emergency Department, faced the largest multiple-casualty incident of his career. 

  • The psychology major, who also minored in environmental studies, used her thesis to explore the role hope plays in environmental activism.

  • James Weissinger in the new VCAM facility

    James Weissinger '06, associate director of the John B. Hurford '60 Center for the Arts and Humanities and operations manager for VCAM, discusses the newest campus building and his hopes for its future. 

  • A student-curated exhibit drawn from the archives of Phialdelphia’s Friend’s Asylum explores Quakerism and the “curability” of mental illness.

  • Malia Wenny at the 2015 Undergraduate Science Research Symposium

    The recent chemistry major, who is now pursuing a Ph.D. at Harvard University, is one of only 5 percent of applicants chosen for the selective DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship. 

  • Not a Scientist: How Politicians Mistake, Misrepresent, and Utterly Mangle Science, which was published in April by W.W. Norton, outlines 12 common tactics that politicians regularly employ to butcher science, including “the Cherry-Pick,” “the Literal Nitpick,” and “the Oversimplification.”

  • The jazz pianist has a new band and album, named for a four-paneled painting.

  • Her folk group, Daisy House, is a collaboration with her father, Doug.

  • The political science major and education major wanted to understand how to fix the problem of persistent school segregation, so she conducted a policy analysis of two different socioeconomic-status-based school integration methods.

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