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  • Fifteen of the pop artist’s famed silkscreen prints from the College’s permanent collection, including those featuring Marilyn Monroe and Grace Kelly, are on display in the Atrium Gallery as part of a new exhibit.

  • Global China Connection (and President Benston) celebrated Chinese New Year with a traditional 10-course dinner and a gala-watching party, featuring dumpling-making and calligraphy practice, in Founders Great Hall.

  • On January 31, President Kim Benston, Provost Fran Blase, and Dean of the College Martha Denney sent the following message to Haverford students, faculty, and staff.  President Benston has also joined other college and university leaders in signing a letter to Donald Trump regarding the immigration order.

  • The building, which houses two of Haverford's most popular majors (biology and psychology), has been under construction since May 2016 to make much-needed infrastructure updates and to create space for collaborative learning and research. 

  • Kim Benston
    In this period of great national and global change, we have reason to ponder deeply the nature of hope.
  • An increasing number of international students are being drawn to Haverford by the promise of intellectual exploration, academic rigor, and close-knit community. Once here, they must also contend with unfamiliar food and strange American social customs, and a climate that may be way outside their comfort zone. Easing the intercultural adjustment on campus is a robust support program for students from abroad.

  • Considered pioneering when it was created, one history class was unparalleled in exposing majors to hands-on work in historical research. Nowadays, this work has been incorporated in students’ senior theses.

  • After another successful Reading Rainbow event sponsored by the Office of Academic Resources, we have seven suggestions for books to add to your personal library (or holiday wishlist) this winter.

  • Tis the season for the beloved campus tradition in which denizens of the upperclass dorm decorate their entryways with festive lights, wrapping paper, and even a couple of Minions.

  • A message from President Kim Benston and Board Chair Rick White.

  • Brooklyn-based data artist and web developer Josh Begley came to campus for a talk on his work, which uses data to make visual modern America’s problems, from police violence to immigration to mass incarceration.

  • Former Friend in Residence Amanda Kemp returned to campus for “Say the Wrong Thing,” an interactive event featuring readings from her new book of the same name and spoken-word and musical performances.

  • New York Times national security correspondent Mark Mazzetti was brought to campus by the Department of Political Science to give a talk on the “shadow wars” the next president will inherit.

  • The Los Angeles Times Book Award-winning poet gave a well-attended reading in Magill Library.

  • Two events, one featuring a panel conversation with professors from the Political Science Department, and the other featuring a presentation by Amelia Kegan of the Friends Committee on National Legislation, gave community members a chance to formulate responses to this year’s election results.

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