Smith, one of three Nobel laureates in chemistry this year, is the fourth Haverford College alum to win a Nobel Prize and the second—after Joseph Taylor Jr.—from the Class of 1963.
A recent party celebrated the relaunch of the College’s literary magazine as “Milkweed,” as well as the release of its spring 2018 issue.
A Haverford alum, Gerber is widely regarded as a major influencer of the modern classical music scene. Thanks to summer work with the Haverford Libraries by Alice Berry BMC ’19, his compositions have been given new life online.
This history course examines the history of the United States through its built environment—the physical spaces and landscapes through which Americans have constructed their habits, hopes and divisions in the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.
Haverford alumni are stepping up as first-time political candidates, boldly challenging longtime incumbents and the political “machine” in their communities. For all, the decision to seek office is an effort to live their values. “If you feel something, don’t just throw your shoe at the TV,” says one. “Do something.”
The sculptor and animator works with found objects to turn the everyday into the masterful.
The Haverford Innovations Program held a panel devoted to the achievements of female entrepreneurs, two Bi-Co alumni among them.
Members of the Haverford community celebrated the publication of the first English-language translation of the Odyssey by a woman with a 10-hour-long public reading.
Organized by the Multicultural Alumni Action Group in partnership with student organization Haverford Votes, the panel featured alumni with diverse political backgrounds sharing the importance of next month’s elections.
On Sunday, the student body gathered in the GIAC to discuss relevant campus matters and to raise their packets high to ratify the alcohol policy.