Welcome, friend Scroll Down Featured Posts AlumniWhere They’re Headed: Sophie Brous ’21BySally Pearson ’21September 16, 20213 min readThe linguistics major is helping children and families in New York City access counseling and other social services through Catholic Guardian Services.AlumniScienceWhere They’re Headed: Marly Banatte ’21BySally Pearson ’21September 8, 20212 min readPsychology major Marly Banatte ’21 is beginning an accelerated nursing program in the hopes of working directly on battling health disparities as a nurse practitioner.AlumniScienceWhere They’re Headed: Emma Iacobucci ’21ByJalen MartinSeptember 3, 20212 min readThe biology major and neuroscience minor is helping others overcome vision problems as a clinical research coordinator at Scheie Eye Institute.AlumniWhere They’re Headed: Kaito Nakatani ’21ByJalen MartinSeptember 2, 20213 min readThe computer science and mathematics double major is taking his analytical skills to B2C2 in Japan, where he will work as a quant trader.CampusStudentsFrom Rescue to Re-UseByRebecca RaberSeptember 1, 20215 min readHaverford’s “free store” supports both student needs and the College’s commitment to sustainability.Load More What They LearnedA series exploring the thesis work of recent graduates. View More posts tagged What They LearnedWhat They Learned: Fiona Kegler ’21The religion major learned how Protestant theological concepts have encouraged the social construction of Mississippi’s Black Codes and American penal systems.What They Learned: Molly Hawkins ’21The religion major studied prosperity theology’s role in Christian faith-based social services organizations.What They Learned: Ethan Weiss ’21The sociology major analyzed cooperation across party lines in the House of Representatives using social network analysis.What They Learned: Yvonne Yan ’21The political science major, who also majored in psychology, explored China’s lack of military allies for her thesis.What They Learned: Anqi Yan ’21The growth and structure of cities major studied the politics of civil society in Shenzhen, China.What They Learned: Leonard Gadicke ’21The English major explored the religious references in J.D. Salinger’s “Franny and Zooey.” 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: Sophie Brous ’21The linguistics major is helping children and families in New York City access counseling and other social services through Catholic Guardian Services.Where They’re Headed: Marly Banatte ’21Psychology major Marly Banatte ’21 is beginning an accelerated nursing program in the hopes of working directly on battling health disparities as a nurse practitioner.Where They’re Headed: Emma Iacobucci ’21The biology major and neuroscience minor is helping others overcome vision problems as a clinical research coordinator at Scheie Eye Institute.Where They’re Headed: Kaito Nakatani ’21The computer science and mathematics double major is taking his analytical skills to B2C2 in Japan, where he will work as a quant trader.Where They’re Headed: Lourdes Taylor ’21The English major is continuing her studies in a Ph.D. program at the University of Chicago. Where They’re Headed: Brett Hungar ’21The math and linguistics double major is pursuing a Ph.D. in theoretical math at Ohio State University starting this fall. Cool ClassesA series highlighting interesting, unusual, and unique courses that enrich the Haverford College experience. View More posts tagged Cool ClassesCOOL CLASSES: “Childhood and Children’s Literature”This writing seminar focuses on how British and American culture has defined the child since the 18th century, tracing the ever-evolving definitions of childhood through books, games, and toys of different periods.COOL CLASSES: “First Language Acquisition”This linguistics seminar explores how humans acquire their native languages. COOL CLASSES: “Asian American Psychology”This seminar course addresses major theories and findings in Asian American psychology, with a focus on immigration and acculturation, ethnic identity, stereotyping and discrimination, families and development, and mental health.COOL CLASSES: “Chemical Dynamics”This chemistry course introduces students to the rules of thermodynamics and then uses them to explain and predict things at many levels, from systems as small as atoms and molecules to the entire planet. COOL CLASSES: “Astronomical Ideas”This astronomy course provides an introduction to both modern and ancient astronomy, and provides a framework to discuss the nature of science and astronomy. COOL CLASSES: “After the Sunset: Lessons in Transition to Peace: The South African Example”This anthropology course, co-taught by this semester’s Friend in Residence, engages with issues, theories, and methodologies of nonviolent and violent struggles, peace negotiations, transitional justice, post-conflict reconstruction, and peacebuilding by looking at South Africa as a case study. The Club Life @ HaverfordA series exploring the many varied student clubs on campus. View More posts tagged The Club Life at HaverfordClub Life: HaverpongHaverford’s new club gives students a space to relax and enjoy a game of ping pong.Club Life: Active MindsFounded in 2018 by Charlotte Scott ‘21, Althea Sellers ‘21, Anna Bacharach ‘21, and Rachel Spitzer ‘21, Active Minds gives students at Haverford access to conversations, guidance, and resources surrounding mental health. Club Life: Quiz BowlHaverford’s academic competition team has been keeping up its activity and engagement despite the difficulties presented by the pandemic.Club Life: FUCS Brings the Music to YouThe Federation United Concert Series is a group committed to bringing an eclectic range of musical acts right to your doorstep. CLUB LIFE: Lame Ducks Are Anything ButHaverford’s long-standing, midnight-skating, stick-wielding, hoagie-eating ice hockey team is open to all players, regardless of skill level. CLUB LIFE: Food Co-op Makes Sure That Delighting Your Taste Buds Doesn’t Have to Break the BankBarely one year old, this new campus organization offers students access to food that is both healthy and cheap.