Results of the 14-day strike include improvements to recruitment and enrollment of Indigenous students, a new interim chief diversity officer and student-centered changes of that role going forward, budget for renovations to the Black Cultural Center, anti-bias training for College employees, Election Day as a holiday, and more.
Highlighting faculty professional activities, including conferences, exhibitions, performances, awards, and publications.
As Big Homie, the sophomore begins to pursue his musical ambitions by releasing his first five-song EP.
The political science and music double major, who released her first single as Tendertwin during the pandemic, writes about her experience studying abroad at the onset of COVID-19 and what life is like on campus this semester.
The College provost, who joined the Haverford community in August, replaced President Wendy Raymond in the role on Nov. 6 and will be joined by an interim co-CDO in December.
Assistant Professor Erin Schoneveld’s seminar “Japanese Modernisms Across Media” overcame the obstacles of the COVID-19 pandemic to create Romanticizing Japan: Contextualizing Japan through the Western Gaze, which is on view through February 5, 2021.
The curator of rare books & manuscripts and head of Quaker & Special Collections writes about shifting her work from sharing physical editions to digital ones and becoming “the hands” for researchers far from campus, turning pages for them onscreen.
Jacob Lowy '14, a Haverford political science major, writes about pivoting his career to medicine during a global pandemic.
Haverford’s political clubs have been working together this semester to increase student voter participation in the 2020 election.