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  • The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery exhibit interrogates the concept of “future” through modern art.

  • On Saturday, Sept. 7, members of the College community, the Board of Managers, and the Corporation, and delegates from 90 other international institutions celebrated the start of Raymond’s presidency.

  • The soaring ceilings and light-filled rooms of Lutnick Library

    After an 18-month renovation, Haverford’s main library, now called Lutnick Library, re-opens with the new school year, ushering in a new era for scholarship at the College.

  • Wendy Raymond under the Penn Treaty Elm on campus

    Raymond's presidency began July 1, and her busy first day included a celebratory, campus-wide meet-and-greet. A gallery of images chronicles the 16th president's campus debut.

  • Haverford is committed to making important texts accessible to all, and recently made “Studies in Mystical Religion” by famed Quaker educator and philosopher Rufus M. Jones available to the HathiTrust, a digital library offering millions of titles.

  • Thanks to its flexible Create Spaces, and resources and support, the new Visual Culture, Arts, and Media building has made possible a surge in faculty-inspired, curriculum-related, and student-initiated creative projects on campus.

  • On May 18, the College held its 181st Commencement ceremony, celebrating the accomplishments of the Class of 2019.

  • We’re memorializing every minute of the graduation ceremony of the Class of 2019. #haverford19!

  • Led by Antonio Gil ’19, Planeswalkers for Diversity aims to create a more inclusive environment for Magic: The Gathering enthusiasts and newcomers alike.

  • With more than than 30 options to earn physical education credit ranging from instructional courses to intramural, club, and varsity sports, there is no shortage of ways for Fords to stay fit.

  • Students, Tom Mitchell, President Benston, and Jesse Lytle with a plaque acknowledging Haverford making its Real Food Challenge in the Dining Center

    The College, which pledged to devote at least 20% of its dining budget to local, ethically sourced food by 2020 following a 2016 Plenary resolution, surpassed that ambition 10 months ahead of schedule.

  • The 2019 Mellon Symposium, organized by Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Aniko Szucs, convened a diverse set of scholars to explore how surveillance has been carried out and undermined across national and temporal contexts.

  • With a mission to provide a support network and space to grow for students with identities underrepresented in the field, Womxn in Econ is crunching the numbers on inclusivity and gender equality.

  • The films in the eighth year of this series engage with the politics of place, race, history, performance, and cinema itself.

  • Students and alumni shared research and career insights during a day of panels, presentations, and Haverfordian connections.