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Students

Students

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.
An aerial view of Founders Green with paths cutting through the grass to Founders Hall

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,...

Faculty

Faculty

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Highlighting faculty professional activities, including conferences, exhibitions, performances, awards, and publications.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and Fishadelphia Founder Tells Philly Inquirer About Her Community-Supported Fish Share Run by Local High Teens

Associate Professor Barak Mendelsohn Is Interviewed About the Future of al-Qaeda After Zawahiri for AFP

Campus

Campus

An outdoor portrait of Linda Strong-Leek, wearing glasses and an orange shirt

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.

An aerial view of Founders Green with paths cutting through the grass to Founders Hall

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,...

Matthew Katz '22 wearing a helmet and mask bikes part of the Main Line Greenway

As part of their Center for Peace and Global Citizenship-sponsored summer internships, Owen Deitcher ’20 and Matthew Katz ’22 worked remotely on the proposed bike route that would offer a more equitable, sustainable, and safe means of transportation through Philly’s western suburbs.

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