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  • Madison Skerritt, Charlie Hale, Lynnie Woodruff, Chloe Wang, Katy Frank, and Deedee Eisape are the 2017–2018 class of Haverford House Fellows, and, as such, will spend next year exploring global citizenship in Philadelphia and strengthening connections between the College and the city. 

  • After graduation the English major is headed to Thailand to help teach the English language and serve as a cultural ambassador for the U.S.

  • Prospective members of the Class of 2021 joined us for Open Campus Day on Sunday, April 23.

  • The history of art major will spend next year in London, England, pursuing a master's in dance philosophy and history at the University of Roehampton. 

  • Yoshifumi Nomura ’18 created an intimate setting to explore the nuances of everyday college life in DEARBED, a performance and installation piece that invited audience members to listen to recorded monologues playing from pillows in beds set throughout Founders Great Hall.

  • In only three years of existence on campus, the Haverford team has pulled off impressive victories and even hosted its first annual invitational last fall.

  • The club empowers all women interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics at Haverford by creating solidarity among them and providing them with a support network.

  • The comparative literature major and French minor will move to South Korea for a year to teach and connect with her heritage. 

  • As recent tradition dictates, campus celebrated the first truly spring-like day of the year with pinwheels that mysteriously appeared on Founders Green overnight.

  • A new exhibition in the library is the result of two years of research by senior history major Victor Medina Del Toro in the College’s Quaker and Special Collections.

  • Thanks to a new partnership between the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship and the Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center, students from Jonathan Wilson's "Economic Botany" class spent spring break in Trinidad and Tobago on an experiential-learning study tour.

  • Friend in Residence Eileen Flanagan, board chair of Earth Quaker Action Team, is sharing wisdom about nonviolent direct action during her time on campus.

  • The political science major and environmental studies minor will spend next year teaching in an elementary school in La Rioja, Spain. 

  • Since April 1 fell on a Saturday this year, Haverford’s natural scientists hung their annual April Fools’ decorations in the KINSC on Friday, March 31.

  • Bounce, Haverford’s oldest hip-hop dance group, was revived in the fall of 2014 and welcomes dancers of all styles from across the Bi-Co.

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