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  • George O'Hara portrait

    George O'Hara '18, a double major in Russian and chemistry, combined his interests by joining an epidemiological research project that resulted in a paper in PLOS Medicine's recent special issue on HIV/AIDS. 

  • A discussion section at the MMUF Regional Conference at Haverford College

    At the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference for the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program, fellows and coordinators from local MMUF institutions visited Haverford for two days of discipline-spanning workshops, presentations, and discussions related to diversifying the academy.

  • The Haverford student group at High Rocks in West Virginia

    Over fall break, the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship sent its latest contingent of volunteers to High Rocks, an education and leadership institute for rural girls in West Virginia. 

  • Award-winning poets Joan Larkin and Robert Hershon read a selection of their work last week at an event organized by Visiting Assistant Professor of English Thomas Devaney and sponsored by creative writing programs at Haverford College, Swarthmore College, and the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities.

  • In a workshop in the VCAM building’s new Maker Space, students learned 3D modeling software and digital fabrication equipment.

  • Ehaus’ third annual Haverfarm dinner celebrated final big harvest of the season.

  • Thanks to funding from the Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center, Liana Alves ’18 and Aaron Schankler ’18 used their week off from classes to gather data for their senior theses.

  • Existence as Resistance was formed to bring students together in the name of activism, intersectionality, and equality.

  • New festive events hosted by the Haverford College Arboretum celebrated fall and Halloween on campus.

  • Students from “Advanced Topics in Biology of Marine Life” give a series of solution-oriented presentations introducing audience members to a variety of case-study analyses on the artificial impact to the world’s marine ecosystems.

  • 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.

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