Several students snorkeling in clear turquoise waters of the Caribbean

Students from Kristen Whalen’s “Advanced Topics in Biology of Marine Life” class spent a week over winter break exploring tropical coral ecosystems in Roatán, Honduras.

Daniel Gillen in profile working with computers and accessibility aids

A team of Haverford alumni and professors recently published in the journal The Physics Teacher on methods and resources to help make STEM classrooms more accessible.

Sterling Duns and Caselli Jordan stand in front of a large piece of paper asking what "belonging" is

City Love, a duo composed of music educators and social justice advocates Sterling Duns and Caselli Jordan, will join the college community for a series of workshops and conversations over the course of the semester.

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Help Haverford students through LIFTFAR, get ready for Alumni Weekend, and connect with the College and your fellow Fords.

CEO Amanda Lannert outside Jellyvision's Chicago offices.

In an industry that celebrates rapid change, gender barriers are slow to crumble. 

A new multi-media exhibition in the VCAM’s Lower Create Space brings together three artists’ work exploring tropical island imagery and its connection with colonialism and empire.
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