Jack Brower

Brower is taking a closer look at the vibrant Philadelphia subculture of urban farming via an internship with the Neighborhood Gardens Trust.

The biology major is interning at the Asa Wright Nature Center this summer before embarking on a career in forestry.

The anthropology major is supporting immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers at HIAS Pennsylvania, which provides legal, resettlement, support, and citizenship services to these populations to ensure their fair treatment and integration into American society.

Faculty Campus


Founders Hall in spring

At the 180th Commencement on May 19, the College will award honorary degrees to doctor and immigrant-community healthcare champion Steven Larson '83, lawyer and college-accessibility proponent Joan Mazzotti, and computer scientist and privacy advocate Latanya Sweeney.

Inside the VCAM building, a view of three stories

Haverford's new Visual Culture, Arts, and Media space in the repurposed Old Gym has been recognized by the American Institute of Architects' 2018 awards program for its innovative and sustainable design.

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