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  • The College hosted alums, parents, friends, and more for the official opening of the campus hub for visual culture, arts, and media; the celebration of the successful completion of the <em>Lives That Speak</em> campaign; and Homecoming, which included four home games against Swarthmore.

  • Over fall break, Fords from the Haverford Innovation Platform student group attended the largest undergraduate conference on social innovation in America.

  • Zachary Moon portrait

    This semester's Friend in Residence, Zachary Moon, will share with the community how serving as a military chaplain was a faithful expression of his Quaker identity and what he learned in that service.

  • This year’s #haverhome contest on Instagram brought out some of the most creatively decorated rooms on campus.

  • The Haverford College Arboretum hosted a planting event in which community members and local volunteers planted over a dozen different native tree species saplings near the Duck Pond’s stream bank.

  • Founders Hall

    The LIFTFAR initiative will offer supplemental support to address the often hidden needs that exceed the parameters of matriculation-focused financial aid. 

  • William Zachs took a hands-on approach in his lecture, which was a part of Haverford College Libraries’ Texts and Technology series.

  • The research that the chemistry major conducted for her thesis contributed to a paper she co-authored with her advisor and other Fords that was recently published in the American Chemical Society journal Biochemistry.

  • Students and faculty from the departments of astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, geology, mathematics, physics, and psychology from the Tri-Co and beyond were invited to present posters and give talks about their summer research work.

  • Fords Against Boredom’s first off-campus event of the year was the annual trip to Linvilla Orchards for apple picking.

  • A student-curated exhibit drawn from the archives of Phialdelphia’s Friend’s Asylum explores Quakerism and the “curability” of mental illness.

  • Thanks to the successful Lives That Speak campaign, the VCAM building now offers new opportunities for hands-on learning that build visual literacy across the liberal arts.

  • The CPGC-sponsored Migration Field Study program, now in its eighth year, brings students to the U.S.-Mexico border and to Mexico City to glimpse the human face of immigration.

  • This year’s student-run first-year orientation program introduced the 352 members of the Class of 2021 to campus life and resources.

  • On Wednesday, Aug. 30, we welcomed the newest class of Fords to their on-campus homes and began their introduction to life at Haverford via Customs.