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  • 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.  

  • Stephen Lippard ’62 returned to campus to talk about his time at Haverford and career with Ted Love ’81, students, and faculty.

  • Headshot of Maurice Rippel

    The English major will spend the year after his Haverford graduation traveling to four continents to explore communities through their barbershops thanks to the $30,000 award.

  • The College received a record number of applications this year and offered admission to 801 students.

  • Robotic prosthetic arm next to Mohamed Ali's arm and a computer

    Mohamed Ali ’22 created a robotic prosthetic hand in the College's Maker Space.

  • With plenty of jars and brine to go around, the brand new Bi-Co Pickling Team aims to spread pickling skills and conversation across campuses.

  • Led by Panos Panidis ’09 and sponsored by the Center for Career and Professional Advising and Haverford Innovations Program, this series of workshops equipped Haverford students with the knowledge and skills to succeed in the data-driven, digitally dependent workplace.

  • Back for a third straight year, the Tri-Co Hackathon drew 11 teams of students to design computer programs in just 24 hours.

  • Several students snorkeling in clear turquoise waters of the Caribbean

    Students from Kristen Whalen’s “Advanced Topics in Biology of Marine Life” class spent a week over winter break exploring tropical coral ecosystems in Roatán, Honduras.

  • Sterling Duns and Caselli Jordan stand in front of a large piece of paper asking what "belonging" is

    City Love, a duo composed of music educators and social justice advocates Sterling Duns and Caselli Jordan, will join the college community for a series of workshops and conversations over the course of the semester.

  • The Haverford Innovations Program partnered with local food bank Philabundance and Swarthmore’s Center for Innovation and Leadership for an impact challenge to develop models for efficient food recovery.

  • During the end of the semester at Haverford, many musical groups, from the curricular to the extracurricular, showcase the breadth and depth of musical talent on campus.

  • With the establishment of Sophomore House, Haverford is refocusing on the sophomore experience through yearlong events, discussions, and the formation of an intentional living community.

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