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  • The Dining Center’s high-traffic dish room conveyor belt gained community-sourced embellishment as student groups helped create a mural to promote compost awareness.

  • This year, for the holiday, the Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center was transformed into Hawkins, Indiana; Westeros; and more!

  • The Lighted Fools improv/sketch comedy group performed their first show of the semester.

  • Founded last fall, Charcuterie Union provides tasty sliced delicacies—as well as the history and knowledge that goes into preparing them—to anyone looking to refine their palettes and culinary intellect.

  • The gallery’s latest exhibit, Unwilling, reimagines passive sadness as a powerful refusal. At its opening, visitors could watch the conclusion of an all-day, site-specific dance performance, hear a talk by the curators, and taste a custom beer brewed specifically for the exhibit.

  • Folders on a grassy lawn

    The College received a record number of applications this year and offered admission to 877 students.

  • In the fifth year of Haverford’s annual energy conservation competition, the College reduced electricity consumption by 10 percent, saving about 6,200 kWh over its three-week period.

  • As part of the Mark and Lillian Shapiro Speaking Initiative, communications specialist Holley Murchison led an interactive workshop to help students better communicate their goals, stories, and vision for professional success.

  • A beautiful blue sky behind the cupola on Founders Hall

    Consistent with plans announced last spring, Kim Benston will conclude his presidential service June 30, 2019, and return to the classroom. A search for his successor will soon commence.

  • The inaugural Student Farmer Symposium cultivated campus interest in farming, justice, and ecology.

  • Susan Howe, winner of the 2017 Robert Frost Award for distinguished lifetime achievement in poetry, gave an on-campus reading.

  • Aspiring student entrepreneurs from across the Tri-College community learned skills “related to problem-solving, team-building, and critical-thinking.”

  • Representative photographs and related material from the College’s extensive, 5000-print-deep photography collection takes viewers on a tour of color photography’s history and demonstrates how it has grown to become the norm when it was once the exception.

  • Black Atlas, the work of Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn, opened in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery with an artist talk and reception.

  • The weekend before Valentine’s Day, Fords Against Boredom held their annual edible graham-cracker-house-decorating competition with deliciously creative results.

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