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  • The co-founder of the Colibrí Center for Human Rights discussed the advocacy organization’s mission and working to end migrant death and related suffering on the U.S.-Mexico border.

  • The acclaimed author, illustrator, educator, and commentator returned to campus to discuss her long career, her inspirations, and pedagogical approaches.

  • The Office of Academic Resources held its fourth Reading Rainbow event, featuring book recommendations from staff, faculty, and even the College president!

  • The annual Senior Class Auction offers students a chance to bid on items, such as dinner with the president and a book bundle chosen by the librarian of the College, to support Senior Week events in May.

  • Last weekend, the Black Student League welcomed students from across the Tri-Co and other local college campuses at the annual Black History Month formal dinner-dance.

  • Daylin Leach, a Democrat who represents Pennsylvania’s 17th district (which includes Haverford College), met with his constituents last week to talk Trump and resistance.

  • The bi-annual gathering of the student body to discuss issues on campus was held on Sunday night in the GIAC’s Calvin Gooding Arena.

  • Fords Against Boredom’s annual Valentine’s Day-adjacent edible-house-decorating competition attracted lots of creative contestants.

  • Over the weekend Magill Library hosted a DataRescue event that brought community members together to preserve federal climate research.

  • On Thursday, Feb. 16, the entire Haverford community came together for a campus-wide Day of Giving, featuring the annual scholarship lunch, appearances by the Black Squirrel, a cappella performances, and more.

  • The junior political science major curated a collaborative exhibition, now on view in Magill’s Sharpless Gallery, on the history (and future) of the peacemaking Quaker organization that was founded at Haverford College.

  • The Yale Ph.d. student and Haverford Latin major returned to campus to give a lecture as part of the library’s long-running Young Academic Alumni Lecture Series.

  • President Kim Benston and faculty members expressed words of gratitude about the recent renovations to the home of biology and psychology at Friday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony.

  • Renovations to the building’s basement have breathed new life and light into a promising space.

  • Sponsored by the Department of English and the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities, the activist/poet brought his artistic and creative energy to campus, along with advice on how to breed subversion with poetry and humor.

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