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  • In what was the third event of its kind since 1917, the classes of 1967 and 2017 convened for a meal and conversation on the eve of this year’s Commencement.

  • Congratulations to the Class of 2017! Follow along with their graduation ceremony via this live feed of tweets.

  • On the eve of their College Commencement, the 14 Fords who make up the second class of Chesick Scholars were feted at a dinner with their families, faculty mentors, and program donors.

  • Of the 17 films screened at the sixth annual festival, eight were made by Haverford students and four took home prizes.

  • The club Bi-Co Architecture was founded two years ago by a group of Growth and Structure of Cities majors who wanted to engage with design and architecture beyond their coursework.

  • Students celebrated the end of the semester with bouncy houses, a zip line, stunt jumps, a rock-climbing wall, a petting zoo, lots of food and music (by Shamir and 10 others!), and more.

  • The expansion of Haverford’s Initiative in Ethical Engagement and Leadership brings opportunities for students to grapple with ethical questions in a variety of ways.

  • The Center will support the work of 56 Bi-Co students across Philadelphia, the United States, and the world this summer. 

  • 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.

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