2006-2007 marks the second year Haverford House Fellows have made their post-Haverford home in West Philadelphia. The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship invites you inside 4631 Spruce Street for a conversation about their exciting and challenging experiences as new neighbors. For a profile of the Fellows and their placements, please click here. To reach the Fellows, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This fall, the Haverford community discovered something differentâ€”actually, several somethingsâ€”about the familiar eatery known as the Coop. During the summer, Facilities Management and the Coop staff were hard at work renovating and updating the popular 13-year-old Campus Center hangout.
Out of the 15,000 singers participating in this year's MNBA America Collegiate Barbershop Quartet Contest in Indianapolis, Ind., only one of them performed while wearing a banana costume. He was from Haverford College.
Gilbert F. White, known worldwide as the "father of floodplain management" and one of the most distinguished and internationally recognized faculty members at the University of Colorado at Boulder, died on Oct. 5 at his home in Boulder. He was 94.
â€œFour Printmakers” will exhibit their works in Haverford's Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Oct. 27-Nov. 22, 2006. The exhibit will be curated by painter and printmaker Hee Sook Kim, assistant professor of fine arts.