Welcome, friend Scroll Down Featured Posts AlumniWhere They’re Headed: Ryan Totaro ‘22ByAidan York ’24Aug 11, 20223 min readThe English major will teach cinema history and production to high school students.AlumniScienceWhat They Learned: Ali Altamimi ‘22ByAidan York ’24Aug 10, 20224 min readFor his thesis, the chemistry major synthesized a new molecule for fellow students to use in the Scarrow lab.AlumniScienceWhere They’re Headed: Qilong (Matthew) Chen ‘22ByAidan York ’24Aug 8, 20224 min readThe computer science major is working as a rotation software engineer at Apple, focusing on artificial intelligence and machine learning.AlumniScienceWhere They’re Headed: Anthony Walker ‘22ByAidan York ’24Aug 5, 20223 min readThe physics major is pursuing a master’s degree in systems engineering at the University of Pennsylvania, as part of Haverford’s 4+1 program with the university.AlumniScienceWhat They Learned: Callie Crawford ‘22ByAidan York ’24Aug 4, 20223 min readFor her thesis, the chemistry major studied structure-function relationships of acyl carrier proteins, and how they can contribute to medicinal diversity.Load More What They LearnedA series exploring the thesis work of recent graduates. View More posts tagged What They LearnedWhat They Learned: Ali Altamimi ‘22For his thesis, the chemistry major synthesized a new molecule for fellow students to use in the Scarrow lab.What They Learned: Callie Crawford ‘22For her thesis, the chemistry major studied structure-function relationships of acyl carrier proteins, and how they can contribute to medicinal diversity.What They Learned: Theo Bien ‘22The physics major created a framework for building a robotic spotted lanternfly simulation. What They Learned: Nuria Inez Benitez ‘22The anthropology and linguistics double major compared and analyzed how diasporic and homeland communities express and convey their identities.What They Learned: Riah Newfont ‘22For her thesis, the religion major used an unconventional medium to analyze human connections, hierarchical structures, and activism through the lens of dancing styles.What They Learned: Zoe Frazer-Klotz ‘22 and Lizy Szanton ‘22For their theses, the psychology majors researched how children internalize prejudice. Where They’re HeadedA blog series detailing the post-Haverford plans of our recent graduates. View More posts tagged Where They’re HeadedWhere They’re Headed: Ryan Totaro ‘22The English major will teach cinema history and production to high school students.Where They’re Headed: Qilong (Matthew) Chen ‘22The computer science major is working as a rotation software engineer at Apple, focusing on artificial intelligence and machine learning.Where They’re Headed: Anthony Walker ‘22The physics major is pursuing a master’s degree in systems engineering at the University of Pennsylvania, as part of Haverford’s 4+1 program with the university.Where They’re Headed: Alissa Vandenbark ‘22As part of her Quaker Voluntary Service fellowship, the psychology major is working as a developmental staff member with MANNA, a Philadelphia nonprofit.Where They’re Headed: Felix Qin ‘22The classical culture and society major is working as a humanities teacher at Fusion Academy.Where They’re Headed: Yuval Luria ‘22The chemistry major is communicating with patients and contributing to ALS treatment research. Cool ClassesA series highlighting interesting, unusual, and unique courses that enrich the Haverford College experience. View More posts tagged Cool ClassesCOOL CLASSES: “Theories of Change in Educational Institutions”This Bi-Co Education Program course empowers students to explore and enact theories of change and pathways of action in educational institutions and systems by drawing on fieldwork in disciplines from museum studies and social work to art and music. COOL CLASSES: “Critiques of the Human from Africa”This interdisciplinary anthropology seminar explores African notions of humanism and the human.COOL CLASSES: “Explaining the Universe: An Astrophysics Writing Seminar”This first-year writing seminar explores the biggest questions in the Universe, along with other recent developments in astrophysics via a series of writing assignments. COOL CLASSES: “Inequality and Public Policy”This economics course, cross-listed in political science, explores the relationship between policy and economic outcomes in the United States, including the causes of rising inequality and its effects on American democracy.COOL CLASSES: “Humanimals in Spanish Literature and Culture from Prehistory to the Early Colonial Period”This comparative literature and Spanish course explores, from a specifically Iberian perspective, the different ways humans have defined themselves in relation to animals in literary texts, cultural artifacts, and early philosophy.COOL CLASSES: “Applied Mathematics: Intro to Quantitative Finance”This mathematics class is a probability-based survey of several finance topics, including exploring the mathematical foundation of derivatives. The Club Life @ HaverfordA series exploring the many varied student clubs on campus. View More posts tagged The Club Life at HaverfordHaverford Fishing Club Will Reel You InThe new club provides students of all skill levels with an opportunity to hit the open water, catch fish, and learn about underwater environments. Club Life: Korean Culture ClubFirst-years Yehyun Song and Heewon Yang have restarted the Korean Culture club to create a safe space for the Asian community. Dancing with the HaverRitmo Dance GroupThis fall, Bria Nixon BMC ’22 and Becca Zaletofsky BMC ’24 revamped a dormant Latin dance group for the Bi-Co.Haverford Excels at 82nd Annual Putnam Mathematics CompetitionHaverford ranked 17th out of 427 schools at the competitive collegiate mathematics competition, with numerous students achieving high placements.CLUB LIFE: Rolling Around With Skate ClubHaverford’s Skate Club provides equipment, advice, and an accepting community for students looking for fun outdoor recreation. CLUB LIFE: The Haverbees are Busy Spreading the BuzzThe Haverbee Club supports Haverford’s pollinating populations and educates students on the importance of bees in sustaining natural environments.