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  • Four students were contestants on the popular radio program and podcast when it taped its first college show live on campus. 

  • Consent to be Seen, a two-years-in-the-making project of Courtney Carter ’17, showcases 13 portraits by artist Riva Lehrer in Magill Library’s Sharpless Gallery.

  • This year’s Family and Friends Weekend, which welcomed hundreds of our students’ relatives to campus, was themed around issues of environmentalism and sustainability. It also served as a homecoming weekend for our youngest alumni.

  • This year a new student-run club is providing a space where casual fans, competitors, and newcomers alike can come together and enjoy the Pokémon world of games and other entertainment.

  • This year a new student-run club is providing a space where casual fans, competitors, and newcomers alike can come together and enjoy the Pokémon world of games and other entertainment.

  • People always ask, “What can I do?” when it comes to ethically engaging in social justice work, particularly in being an ally to Black Lives Matter. Writer and activist King addressed how to do so in his on-campus talk last Wednesday.

  • At the sixth annual Food Day, hosted by student food justice club ETHOS, attendees sampled healthy, environmentally conscious options from local purveyors while learning about ethical consumption.

  • In the Spectrum, a campus community-outreach club, Haverford students lead activities to help local children with autism learn social skills and make friends.

  • In the Spectrum, a campus community-outreach club, Haverford students lead activities to help local children with autism learn social skills and make friends.

  • Students from across the Tri-Co spent Saturday learning about the refugees arriving in Europe in the mid ’90s and the ones trying to flee violence today and the solidarity movements designed to support them.

  • The student-led Haverford Innovation Platform brought four experienced entrepreneur alumni to campus to launch their Innovation Platform series.

  • Marshall Auditorium hosted a lineup of a cappella groups, the Chamber Singers, and other campus musicians as part of the cross-country concert series.

  • Making a mess with delicious desserts is one way to take the pressure off the blind dates set up during Fords Against Boredom’s annual “Screw Date” event.

  • Two days after Sept. 21, Haverford’s Center for Peace and Global Citizenship observed the U.N.-created holiday by inviting the campus community to learn about the summer internships it funded.

  • At the KINSC’s 12th annual Undergraduate Science Research Symposium, students from the Tri-Co and other area colleges showcased their summer work.

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