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  • Justin Otter '19 in front of Strawbridge Observatory

    The physics and astronomy double major from Oakland, Calif., will spend next year conducting research at the Max Planck institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg, Germany.

  • Both new and experienced players are encouraged to try their hand at the age-old game of strategy and perseverance.

  • Gabriel Braun headshot

    The chemistry major from Seattle will spend next year at Lund University in Sweden, conducting research with his longtime collaborator Sara Linse. 

  • For over 40 years, the Center for Career and Professional Advising has matched alumni working in a wide array of industries with interested Haverford students for hands-on experience in their chosen field.

  • Headshot of Jhoneidy Javier

    The comparative literature major will spend next year teaching English classes at Wuhan University of Technology.

  • Ten Bi-Co students spent spring break experiencing culture in Japan through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan’s Friendship Ties Program.

  • 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.

  • Headshot of Alexandra Corcoran '19

    The political science and Spanish double major is the sole recipient of the University College Dublin Taught Master’s Program Award, which she’ll use to study philosophy and public affairs.

  • To share her new hand-illustrated cookbook with the community, Sarah Jesup ’20 hosted a salsa-making session in the VCAM Kitchen with help from the Hurford Center’s Student Arts Fund.

  • Headshot of Ellis Maxwell in the Haverfarm greenhouse

    The English major is one of 262 students from 39 states, three countries, and Washington, D.C., who are part of the 2019 cohort of the fellowship, which provides a year of learning and networking opportunities emphasizing personal, professional, and civic growth.

  • The annual celebration in the KINSC has once again turned the campus’ science building into book-, movie-, and videogame-themed wonderlands in honor of the holiday.

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

  • With robust student leadership, Public Observing Nights at the Strawbridge Observatory make astronomy accessible to visitors from both on and off campus.

  • The annual energy-saving competition featured a month of energy reduction, sustainable food practices, and environmentally focused events sponsored by the Committee for Environmental Responsibility.

  • Headshot of Danielle Jacobsen on campus

    The biology major from Sunnyvale, Calif., will spend next year at the University of Oslo in Norway, researching a toxic polypeptide associated with ALS and Frontotemporal Dementia in a cellular model.  

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